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Celery Tree Forum: Short Story Submissions & Freelance

Celery Tree, that cozy on-line bookstore, is wrapping up it's January blog tour and I get to be one of the final stops.  If you haven't heard of Celery Tree yet, I suggest you stop over to check it out. If you have a book out and are interested in adding it to the Celery Tree collection, contact Karen Gowen at karen@celerytree.com. 

The gracious Theresa Milstein and Sheri Larsen both had me as their guest this month---thank you, ladies!---and I promised a follow-up to my post at Sheri's place.  I asked her followers what topics they'd like to see discussed at the Celery Tree forums and there was a lot of interest in information regarding submitting short stories to magazines as well as paid freelance writing opportunities, so I've opened up as a forum topic and provided some links I hope you'll find helpful. It's (not so) cleverly titled:
  

You can bop on over to read my post, and if you have something to add to the discussion, log in (registration is open to anyone, don't need to be a Celery Tree author to do this) and tell us what you know. :)

12 comments:

Ann Best said...

Yay for Celery Tree. Thanks, Nicki, for the shout out near the end of the tour. Now I'm bopping over to read what you have to say about submitting to magazines, etc.
Ann Best, Author of In the Mirror & Other Memoirs

Tony Van Helsing said...

I hate celery, it tastes like plastic.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Need to entice Milo James Fowler into the conversation - he's a master at that.
And slather enough peanut butter on anything and it tastes good!

Theresa Milstein said...

You're welcome! Great idea to have a discussion about submitting to magazines. That's something I rarely look into doing.

DL Hammons said...

They're saving the best for last...right? :) Celery Tree is an awesome venture and well worth the investment!

KarenG said...

I saw your post on the Forum and it is excellent, Nicki. Links and everything. Very impressive!

Jennifer Lane said...

Hey Nickle & Dime, way to support Celery Tree!

Donna Hole said...

Awesome. I'll bop on over :)

........dhole

Melissa Ann Goodwin said...

I'm a big fan of Celery Tree too. I'm going to be traveling for an extended period, so I won't be able to handle my own orders -that is the only reason I am not joining CT now. But I will be, when we settle down again. Hmmm. I might suggest some kind of "affiliated" or "supporter" membership to Karen ...

Milo James Fowler said...

I love getting paid for my short fiction, and the best resource out there has got to be Duotrope; I use it almost every day!

(Thanks for the Celery Tree shout-out; y'are too kind.)

Trisha said...

I've heard of Celery Tree, and it's in my permanent links on my blog page :) I think it sounds like a fabulous idea!

I signed up for your I'll Tumble 4 Ya blogfest - should be heaps of fun :)

Old Kitty said...

I really am in total super duper awe at the hard work KarenG's done to get her wonderful Celery Tree up and running!! She's totally amazing!! Good luck you celery tree-ers!!!! Yay!! Take care
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