We just finished our new website, and with it, we’d like to introduce you to “Literistic on steroids.”
Our intention from the beginning has been to create a list of deadlines that’s short and sweet. You’re not going to respond to each of the 50+ deadlines that we send you every month. But you might respond to 10 – 15 that are actually relevant to the type of writing that you do. Being presented with a small list of a few highly-qualified deadlines should significantly reduce the amount of time that you spend managing submissions every month. It’s also typically a job preformed by most literary agents. This is what we want Literistic to be.
We’d like to introduce you to the Literistic “Longlist,” or Literistic on steroids as we’ve come to call it. The Literistic Longlist takes the free version of Literistic, offers 30% more deadlines and is tailored to your subscriber preferences. It’s your new literary agent. If you want to receive nothing but fiction deadlines for publications that pay for submissions and are located in the United States, well, you can do that now. If you’re interested in reading more about how you can customize what you receive every month, here’s a blog post for you.
Right now, the Literistic Longlist costs $4.83/month or $58/year (changed . If, after a month or two, you’re not satisfied, you can have your money back. But, if you’ve been keeping track of the amount of time you spend managing deadlines every month and you consider that time to be worth roughly the price of a cup of coffee, it’s an easy to decision to make. We’ll be raising the rate to $48 after a few months, after all of our current subscribers have had time to sign up, and after we’ve released a few more personalization features, so, if you’re interested, click this click to subscribe at the lower price.
There will still be a free version of Literistic (now dubbed “The Shortlist”), and we’ll still put love into it. But our focus will be on making something that sustains the work that we do every month. We want to make Literistic an indispensable tool for writers, and there’s still a lot of ground to cover.
Thanks for listening. We’ll see you on the 1st!