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Stage 5: Publishing

Writing is communication—if you have written something down, must have intended someone to read it, even if that person is only yourself. When you publish a document, you are releasing it to the public for others to read. Not all of your writing will be taken through the publishing stage, but even turning a paper in to your teacher constitutes “publishing.” Ways to publish your writing include:

Professional Publication:
If you wish to pursue professional publication, books such as The Writer’s Market (Cincinnati: Writer’s Digest Books) contain lists of publishers, magazines, and trade journals, and even greeting card companies that might be interested in buying your writing. These books are published annually; try to get the most recent copy from your bookstore or local library.

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