Are you ready to send off your work to be published?
Let's be real--no one is truly ready for such an endeavor, but you won't know until you try.
A good place to start looking is The Writer's Market. If you purchase a copy of one of their catalogs, such as Novel & Short Stories Writer's Market, the Poet's Market, or even the Children's Writer's and Illustrator's Market, you are provided access for one year to the online database (given that the copy you purchase is new and the code in the cover has not been used). Both the physical copies and the online database provide writers with useful information regarding publishing, getting an agent, a list of literary journals and magazines, and much more.
Check out the website > http://www.writersmarket.com/
Writer's Digest is also handy > https://www.writersdigest.com/
You can find copies of the Writer's Market in bookstores such as Books-A-Million, Barnes & Noble, and more, as well as online via Writer's Digest.
Have you recently submitted a work and received a rejection? A rejection does not necessarily mean your work is subpar. Sometimes the theme just doesn't fit the magazine or journal. Check out this Wiki to know if your rejection letter was standard or top tiered!