Guest Blogging Spotlight: Re:Fiction

Guest Blogging Spotlight: Re:Fiction

The website:


Contact info: Email submissions to Tal Valante, the founder, will likely respond.

Topic: Re:Fiction publishes how-to and practical articles about the writer’s lifestyle, from pitching queries to marketing to coming up with fresh ideas. The site also reviews writing resources.

Target audienceIntermediate-level fiction writers of all genres.

Compensation: If accepted for publication, a $50 flat fee per article.

Other perks: Contributors are clearly credited, with a short bio, headshot, and personal or professional links.

Examples of three posts that have done well:

Send a pitch that includes your fiction-writing credentials, the topic of your suggested article, and a quick overview of what ground you’ll be covering. “For the article itself, treat it like commercial writing: Hook the reader in, keep her engaged, and provide tons of value,” advises founder Tal Valante.

Lead time: About two weeks.

Google PageRank: 0

What’s Google PageRank? In basic terms, it’s Google’s assessment of your site, from 0-10, with 10 being best. You want to guest post for sites with high page ranks because when that site links back to your blog, it boosts your SEO.

*Note: Re:Fiction launched in spring 2016; its Google PageRank is not necessarily indicative of the amount of traffic and exposure the site receives.

James Chartrand

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