Published - Submission Tracker
Developer: Ritsah Software
Current Version: 7.7
Last Updated: 3 months ago
Download Size: 3.6 MB - Download
A Free trial version is available on our web site at: http://www.published.hershbhasin.com
Published! is a powerful submission tracking software for authors, poets, artists and other wordsmiths.
Published! includes a full text editor for creating your works. The text editor includes standard document operations like search, spell-check, formatting etc.
It has a powerful database for recording your agents, publishers, contests and markets. With its powerful query features you find the exact markets that meet your search criteria. Which publishers allow multiple submissions? simultaneous submissions? snail-mail? email? What contest dates are approaching?
Once your work is out in the market, Published! can monitor how many days a piece of work stays out in the market. When an editor sends his comment on your article, record it in Published! ...
Use it to track multiple revisions to your work-- both as an independent piece of work, and as a revision of an earlier work.
With its powerful accounting module, accurately track revenues and royalties arising from submissions. Record expenses pertaining to works. Track income and expense arising from each work and all works as a whole.
Its powerful reporting system keeps you organized. Each section of the interface (Publishers, Contacts, Submissions, Works, Genres, Financial Categories) can be searched by a number of criteria and printed as paper reports.
If you like Published!, please take a minute to leave a nice review. It motivates us to make our product better.
Bug Fixes: Null/Blank in Publisher name would cause Publisher list not to populate
Most Helpful Reviews
Excellent contact management app for writers - I recently moved my writing efforts from Windows to Mac, and had been looking for a Mac-friendly contact management app to track submissions. This is by far the best solution I've found, and would recommend it to anyone with similar requirements. I've been an Outlook, Goldmine, and Act! user in the past. Those are all heavy-duty apps, but not specifically designed for writing. I'd even considered developing my own application in FileMaker, but that would take a lot of time, and constant tweaking. However, with this app I was able to hit the ground running, and haven't looked back so far.
this is a pain - I tried to log in to find support. I am immediately blocked from access after entering my account information. I am simply trying to drag and drop a file into this app and it is not working.