Are you a freelance writer sick of using all your brainpower figuring out where to pitch stories? I mean, there’s not enough coffee in the world to keep us going at this rate…
I wish we could magically have our stories appear on all the pages of all the markets. But that’s not the way it works. We have to pitch first, and well, and often. There’s nothing we can do about that.
What we can do? Pitch smarter. And that’s where this site comes in.
Whether you have a shiny new piece — or one that’s made that’s already made the rounds of rejections — Where to Pitch can help you:
- Decide where to pitch your freelance writing
- Find alternative outlets that might give your story a home
- Get inspired to write about new topics and for new markets
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To good writing, always,
PS. I am working hard to improve this site, and continue making it ever more valuable for freelance writers. If you’d like to support the mission, please sign up for the newsletter, spread the word about WTP, and maybe even do your Amazon shopping through the affiliate links on the resources page. Thank you!
PPS. This site’s color scheme is a tribute to my grandpa, whose favorite joke to his writer granddaughter was: “What’s black, white, and red [read] all over? A newspaper!”
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