Last year, we ran a guest post from Lorraine Sears, Managing Editor of The Oddville Press.
Lorraine was facing the task of re-launching an eZine that had enjoyed 400,000 downloads in its first life.
She wanted to reach out to writers to make them aware of the opportunities presented by having work published in a well-crafted online publication.
Lorraine contacted me to let me know The Oddville Press is now live. She included a nice hat-tip to Indies Unlimited and thanked us for our assistance in connecting her with some talented writers:
“After our article was published on your site submissions went through the roof.”
Most of us have a few short stories lying around collecting dust. Maybe they just don’t fit in anywhere within the bodies of our existing work, or maybe we were saving them for an anthology that got put on the back burner. Publications like The Oddville Press present an interesting way to introduce yourself to new readers and to build your portfolio.