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Anthologies can boost your writing career. Authors who can produce—and publish—several titles a year improve their chance to have their work reach more readers over the author who spends years writing a single piece—and then takes several years trying to get it published.
Publishing an anthology may be one of the easiest things you can publish because you don’t have to do all (if any) of the writing yourself!
How to Publish an Anthology is for:
- authors who want to self publish a collection of their own work,
- publishers who want to publish anthologies,
- authors (or editors) who wish to propose an anthology idea—or is asked to be a guest editor for a publisher!