Click on the video above to hear about Hannah Jane’s experience with Writer’s Relief!
Even with family members pitching in, Hannah Jane Weber realized she was spending way too much time researching and making submissions instead of writing. And worse yet, she was only submitting to a fraction of the potential markets available! Thankfully, one of the submissions Hannah Jane did make was to Writer’s Relief. Once we were handling the hours of research and preparing her submissions, Hannah Jane was able to focus on writing—and seeing her work published. With the help of Writer’s Relief, Hannah Jane has published thirty-six poems in less than two years in journals that include I-70 Review, Plainsongs, Slippery Elm, and others.
Read on and watch the video to hear how Writer’s Relief made it easier for Hannah Jane to reach more markets than she ever could on her own—and boosted her odds of getting published.
In Hannah Jane’s Own Words
Like many others, I am quite busy with a full-time job, family, and my creative endeavors. Prior to Writer’s Relief, I was spending more time submitting than actually editing my poems! Even my husband jumped in at times to help with submissions. But even with his help, we were only doing a fraction of the submissions Writer’s Relief makes on my behalf. Now I can continue focusing on writing and figuring out my next step while a team of organized, helpful, and thoughtful people takes care of my submissions. I am very impressed with how organized my team is and how quickly they respond to emails. They also work with me whenever I need to make changes. I highly recommend Writer’s Relief!
More About Hannah Jane
Hannah Jane Weber’s poetry has also been published in The Poeming Pigeon, Ponder Review, and Rosebud. She is a recipient of the Dylan Thomas American Poet Prize. A children’s librarian and tennis enthusiast, Hannah Jane lives with her husband and their golden retrievers.
To learn more about Hannah Jane, visit her website at hannahjaneweber.com.