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So you want to write for The Indie Writer.

That’s great — and it would be a pleasure to have you as a contributor.

Please read the following Q & A to see whether you are a good fit:

Who can contribute to The Indie Writer?

Anyone with a background in independent writing. That means self-published authors, bloggers, freelancers, ghostwriters, copywriters, and so on.

What kinds of stories are we looking for?

We want experiences.

Successful things you did, failed things you did. Ideas you had that turned out to be great, and ideas you had that fell short of the mark.

Also, we welcome pieces of advice, guides, and lists.

What should I do to become a writer?

You can either message me at mortonnewberry@gmail.com with your Medium @ or you can request to contribute to the publication on Smedian.

Do we accept published stories?

Yes.

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Interactive fiction and horror writer based in Germany. Check out The Vampire Regent: https://www.choiceofgames.com/user-contributed/vampire-regent

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Morton Newberry

Morton Newberry

Interactive fiction and horror writer based in Germany. Check out The Vampire Regent: https://www.choiceofgames.com/user-contributed/vampire-regent

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