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Client Acceptances, Awards, And More; Feb. 2009

Many of our clients here at Writer’s Relief tend to shy away from tooting their own horns. So we’re happy to do it for them this month!

Here’s some information about our wonderful writers!

We had 157 acceptances in this December – February cycle: Please note that many magazines accepted work presented by more than one client. (We love when this happens.) The following magazines will be publishing work from Writer’s Relief clients. All of these journals accepted work within the past two months alone:

Agni, Alabama Literary Review, Alembic, American Literary Review, Argestes, Atlanta Review, Bat City Review, Bayou, Cadillac Cicatrix, Cairn, Center: A Journal of the Literary Arts, Chaffin Journal, Chautauqua Literary Journal, Compass Rose, Connecticut Review, CQ (California Quarterly), Cresset, descant, Dislocate, Eclipse, ellipsis . . . literature and art, Emrys Journal, Eureka Literary Magazine, Evansville Review, Fourth River, Grasslimb, Healing Muse, Hurricane Review, Inkwell Magazine, Iodine Poetry Journal, Kerem, Lullwater Review, Lungfull!, Minnetonka Review, Old Red Kimono, Paper Street, Passager, Permafrost, Pisgah Review, Portland Review, Quercus Review, Quiddity Literary Journal, Rambler, Red Wheelbarrow Literary Magazine, Rhino, Rio Grande Review, RiverSedge, Salamander, Schuylkill Valley Journal of the Arts, South Carolina Review, Sou’wester, Sulphur River Literary Review, Tampa Review, and Willow Springs.

In addition, the following agents requested manuscripts this cycle:

Ann Rittenberg
Brandt & Hochman Literary Agents
Elyse Cheney
Nicholas Ellison Literary Agency

Also, we had six clients nominated last cycle for The Pushcart Prize and another client nominated this cycle!

We love to celebrate with you!

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