Disclosure: I did receive an advance copy of “Where to Submit Christian Writing” for review. There are also affiliate links used within this post.
I am so excited to start the Writer Wednesday series here on Harvest Writers. I used to host it at a different blog, but I feel like this is the space to find all the tips you need to unveil the gift of writing that God has given to you.
Today on Writer Wednesday I am excited to share with you a new book that has just been released titled “Where to Submit Christian Writing.” This book was compiled and written by Jake Doberenz. I had the privilege of reviewing an advance copy of this book, and I will say it is full of great resources for the aspiring, and veteran, Christian writer.
While we all might not be ready to publish the book that sits on the shelf of our hearts – we can build our audience through submitting articles to different websites or print publications for Christians. Where to Submit Christian Writing is a great resource guide that will provide resources to you! No need to waste time doing research on where to submit your Christian writing – now you can just write and submit your content, the list of places where you can submit your articles can be found in this wonderful tool for Christian Writers.
About the Book
“Searching for where to submit your articles, short stories, poems, scripts, book reviews and more is time consuming and boring. Where to Submit Christian Writing helps you focus on the craft of writing by providing you with a catalog of magazines, websites, and organizations with ongoing submissions for short Christian writing. This guidebook features 34 categories of writing each divided into paid gigs and unpaid gigs. Whether you are interested in only writing on a single topic or love to write everything, there is something for you. Categories include academic writing, devotionals, ministry, health, and lifestyle. In total, there are over a hundred different submission opportunities! ”
About the Series
This book is the first in a series of guidebooks by various authors for Christian creatives–The Christian Creatives Guidebook Series. It will focus on Christian writers primarily, but some books will discuss other creative endeavors. Where to Submit Christian Writing is the first in the series, published by Theophany Media (www.theophanymedia.com).
About the Author
Jake Doberenz wears many hats. He is a minister, teacher, writer, and President of Theophany Media. Jake received his bachelor’s in Biblical Studies from Oklahoma Christian University, where he is also working on his Master of Theological Studies. His writing has been featured on sites like Red Letter Christians, Pop Culture and Theology, Devotable and Before the Cross as well as in print with The Christian Chronicle, Think Magazine, and The Quiet Hour. To find out more about Jake, visit JakeDoberenz.com.