Publisher Database Launches Free Services for Writers, Artists, Poets, and Photographers

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Publisher Database announced the availability of its flagship services for literary and artistic professionals. The free offerings include a query tracking tool, discussion forums, and a database of magazines and other relevant markets. The services are intended to assist writers, artists, poets, and photographers in their efforts to get published.

PublisherDatabase.com announced the availability of its flagship services for literary and artistic professionals. The free offerings include a query tracking tool, discussion forums, and a member-maintained database of magazines and other relevant markets.

Members are Able to Participate

The magazine database is unique in that it leverages a concept familiar to the Open Source community: members are able to control the listings themselves, and those changes ripple out to the rest of the members. Tony Boyd, creator of Publisher Database, commented, "The magazine database starts small but expands quickly as the community takes an active role."

The query tracking tool assists those seeking publication, by logging data about each contact with an editor, publisher, or gallery owner. Over time, reports can show helpful trends, such as which editor is most likely to want a particular type of work, or how long each editor takes to respond.

The forums, query tracker, and magazine database are all offered for free, to inspire community involvement. In key areas, clickable icons are displayed to allow members the option to support the site financially. However, no fees are required.

About Publisher Database

Headquartered in San Jose, California, Publisher Database provides tools that assist with the process of getting published. Publisher Database has been in development since 2004. Additional features will continue to roll out.

Further information can be found at http://www.publisherdatabase.com.

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