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Special Rate: 6 ads for the price of 5. Ads must be reserved together. Discount is applied to last ad in series.
Half-price classifieds are offered to services for which there is no charge to writers (calls for manuscripts, fairs & festivals without admission fees, free resources, etc.). Ads are formatted according to our style guide to maintain consistency. Telephone numbers, e-mail, and Web addresses are counted as one word. Classifeds must be prepaid. Classifieds are placed on our Web site at no additional charge.
Classified ads can be reserved electronically or by e-mailing text to firstname.lastname@example.org. They can also be purchased by mailing text and payment to Classifieds, Poets & Writers, 90 Broad Street, Suite 2100, New York, NY 10004. Electronic/E-mail reservations are preferred. Ads for our online-only Job Listings can be purchased here. We do not offer job listings in the classifieds.
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|Classified advertisers are required to prepay for their ads. If you are unable to prepay please contact the advertising department at email@example.com or call (212) 226-3586 x211. Online submission and credit card payment is available. All ads are subject to approval by Poets & Writers Magazine. Contest ads must offer a prize that is at least 10x the reading/submission fee. We do not accept advertising from organizations or contests that exploit writers. Changes to copy may not be possible after the classified deadline.
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