If you've been to my website (thank you for doing so) and read my works (thank you for doing that as well), you probably noticed that none of these have been published. Why?
Do they suck? Probably. Am I afraid of rejection? Of course not! While all of these questions are 100% legit, the real reason is because I can't find a good publisher.
My old English professor told me about Spectacle Publishing, and while it is true that they're looking for works of all kinds, the problem comes from their requirements. I've seen the list, and it's quite a task. While I am (metaphorically) dying to publish my stuff, the reason I'm not publishing my stuff is because (as previously mentioned) I would like to find a publisher that's good for beginning writers, not too many requirements, and can provide honest feedback (that's not to say all publishing companies are liars).
What I'm trying to say is I would like to find a publishing company that's flexible and can work with me on making my works better (and not to mention increase my chances of publishing success).
When I do get my works published, this will look really impressive on my resume.
Ken Kriho is a videographer, producer and director. He has a YouTube and Twitch channel (links at homepage). Ken is also a graduate with a degree in Art from UWEC.