publish 1. to issue (printed or otherwise reproduced textual or graphic material, computer software, etc.) for sale or distribution to the public. 2. to issue publicly the work of: Random House publishes Faulkner. 3. to announce formally or officially; proclaim; promulgate. 4. to make publicly or generally known. publishing the activities or business of a publisher, esp. of books or periodicals. (Webster's, p 1563)
publication, publishing, promulgation, evulgation, propagation, dissemination, diffusion, broadcast, broadcasting, spread, spreading, spreading abroad, circulation, ventilation, airing, noising, bandying, bruiting, bruiting abut; display; issue, issuance; telecasting, videocasting; printing; book, periodical (Chapman, p 423)
"The online information service for editors, literary agents and writers. We publish major industry news and market ready-to-publish manuscripts to editors and agents worldwide." Mama says, "Another good site for our wanna publish kids."
A comprehensive writing resource full of market information, tips on improving your writing, articles, interviews with professional authors and editors, networking opportunities, and a guide to the best resources for writers on the net. Newcomers should check out the Welcome section.
Young Writers' Collection
This is a collection of work by young writers. We present these works to you for your reading enjoyment and in order to get feedback from you--so please do send comments to the authors when a link is provided, and please do us the favor of not stealing anyone's work. Mama says, "a perfect online place for our kids to publish writing and maybe their own designs."
Xlibris is a publishing service in which the costs of publication are low enough for everyone to become their own publisher. According to Mama this site is "useful for our high-powered 'wanna publish own' writers. Also a great book search for kids who don't know what to read."