Arizona Authors Archive
Here are some links to our archived newsletters from 2019-2020. If you'd like to receive the latest issues and add your news and book releases to our newsletters (free to members) please join Arizona Authors Association today!
April-May 2019 April-May 2020
June-July 2019 June-July 2020
August-September 2019 August-September 2020
October-November 2019 October-November 2020
December-January 2019-2020 December-January 2020-2021
And just for fun, we dug up an old issue from 2015:
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The internet's largest free database of literary agents
The Arizona Authors Association blog on blogspot.com provides insight into everything that goes on in the association, including recent events, articles, tips and information on our members and their publications.
Bowker provides ISBN numbers to authors and publishers. The site contains valuable information for new authors.
The Chicago Manual of Style Online is the venerable, time-tested guide to style, usage, and grammar in an accessible online format. It is indispensable to authors and editors.
Literary Market Place
The Literary Market Place provides a list of publishers and presses.
NaNoWriMo is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides tools, structure, community, and encouragement to help people find their voices, achieve creative goals, and build new worlds — on and off the page.
Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America
Editors and Predators / resources for writers
Writer's Digest is the No.1 Resource for Writers, Celebrating the Writing Life and What it Means to be a Writer in Today's Publishing Environment.
Barbara Renner, Arizona Authors Association member and author of several childrens' series including Lonnie the Loon, Quincy the Quail and more, packs a lot of information into her website. She updates her blog regularly and is available for school and library appearances. Check out Renner Writes to see what's new.
Draft2Digital provides online support for self-published authors, with free tools for writes who need help with formatting their manuscript and publishing it. They provide a web address for writers without their own websites, and provide access to utilities that aid writers in getting their books to print. Draft2Digital has combined with Smashwords to make it even more useful than before. No up-front costs; Draft2Digital takes 10 percent of the proceeds of book sales sold through their site. Check out Draft2Digital HERE.