Main Street Books opened its doors in November 2002, originally at 205 Main Street, only to quickly outgrow that space and evolve into the unique treasure that is presently located at 210 Main Street in Historic Downtown Hattiesburg. Hailed by Southern Living Magazine as “a fine independent bookstore” (June, 2007), Main Street books has something to offer everyone.
An absolutely wonderful resource for writers. Their forums in particular have a lot to offer the aspiring author. Topics include everything you can possibly think of.
Find a literary agent or publisher for your book. It’s an extensive database. Here’s the “What is it and how does it work” link.
Agent Query offers the largest, most current searchable database of literary agents on the web—a treasure trove of reputable, established literary agents seeking writers just like you. And it's free (not because there's a catch, but simply because not enough things in this world are free).
Former literary agent who writes a blog with a lot of “publishing essentials” articles.
Fifteen minutes long, because you're in a hurry, and we're not that smart. Writing excuses is a fast-paced, weekly podcast by Brandon Sanderson, Dan Wells, Mary Robinette Kowal, and Howard Tayler covering topics related to writing genre fiction. Past podcasts are available for download here.