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Thread: Email Newsletters/Mailing Groups/etc

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    Say no to this face? Not sure I can Storyteller5's Avatar
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    Question Email Newsletters/Mailing Groups/etc

    Since I got my Anazi (Canadian publisher) email newsletter today, I'm curious to see what others are out there. I think it's always good to share resources.

    Do you subscribe to any newsletters or mailing lists, whether by email or by regular post? What do you get? Is it free or paid?

    ETA: I do get the AW newsletter as well.
    Last edited by Storyteller5; 11-01-2007 at 09:36 AM.
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    I think these free ones are excellent: This offer Publisher's Lunch, daily and weekly.

    Writer's Digest also has a newsletter.

    And don't forget AW put out a newsletter, too.

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    Working, working, working... AW Moderator Calla Lily's Avatar
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    The AW newsletter, of course.

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    The Christian PEN (I'm one of the editing stable; it focuses on nuts-and-bolts. Very useful)

    AW's is better. No, I'm not sucking up!


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