Until recently, when people asked me where they could find my work, I usually whispered: the internet (insert dramatic hand waving here). As an editor as well as a writer, I should know better. When I accept a piece for the lit mag I help edit, it's because I believe in it and I want to share that author's work far and wide. I ask each author if they have a website and/or if they use any social media. I'm always surprised to hear when an author answers "none of the above."
Look, I get it. Social media can be rough. But it can also be a wonderful way to connect with a community. I love "literary Twitter." I've discovered new writers. I've found opportunities. I've seen countless videos of adorable pugs.
What I'm trying to say is that it might be worth it all.
Even so, social media is only one option. It's nice to have a landing site for your work. This site might not be completely comprehensive yet (so maybe the title of this post is a little too optimistic) but I'll try to keep it updated.
Outside of the organizational aspect, I'm more excited to have created another option to connect with readers and writers. We're an enthusiastic and quirky bunch.
Have a look around and drop me a line either through the contact form or on Twitter. Thanks for being here.