What’s Your Lit Mag Name?

by | Apr 2, 2013 | Literary Journals And Magazines | 22 comments

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As most of you know, we’re big supporters of print and online literary journals. What better way to have fun and support lit mags than to create our own version of the “What’s your ____ name?” meme.

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Feel free to share with your writer-friends on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media outlets. Comment with your lit mag name!

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22 Comments

  1. Lisa

    Oh wow. I’m “Moon Oleander Shares Review.”

    Something tells me that name isn’t going far. Nobody could remember it!

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  2. jodi

    Big Forge Bridge. Lol.

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  3. Jim

    If you do nothing else in the next thirty seconds, you must pick up the latest copy of Big Plough Fence and read “Breath in Venice” by Beau Gus Plomb. It will take you on a journey more exciting than drying paint! Flies might land on it, so be careful.

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  4. Margaret Fieland

    McSweeney’s Poetry Abyss

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  5. Kimberly McMillian

    Welcome to the Cincinnati Rhino Boulevard Review! It has a “HUGE” amount of information. Lol

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  6. Jenny Tavernier

    LOL!Pretty blatant, I would have headed in a bit more romantic misty direction. LOL – But it certainly would spell it out,no ambiguity here! lol
    Get your latest copy of Big Muse Points!

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  7. Mary Diane Hausman

    McSweeney’s Rhino Prairie. Has a certain ring….I’m likin it.

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  8. Laura

    Actually I sort of like Moon Rock South. Question is: will anyone buy it?

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    • Writers Relief Staff

      Laura, we will! We will!

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  9. Arnittress

    New Nonfiction England…interesting very very very interesting…

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  10. Jenny Tavernier

    ROTFLMAO! Egads, I am loving these names. My first was too dry. (Big Muse Points). Using a pen/nickname I love, I get “Drunken Muse Mountains”. Even I would read that! I think I should change my name. lol

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  11. Dianne Turgeon Richardson

    Mine is Shimmering Rock Voices Review. The irony? I have a geology degree. And now I want to make this happen.

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  12. Carly Willis

    Split Barrow Coast Review. Doesn’t sound very practical… Maybe I specialize in ecopoetics.

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  13. D. Mcloughlin

    My Lit mag name is Shimmering Oleander Voices. Sounds more like an alternative health Journal!

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  14. Kate

    Cincinatti Poetry Cafe

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  15. Carole Caprice

    Split Line Review! (sounds like I’m splitting hairs … heh)

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  16. Denise

    Shimmering Plough Cafe Review. Hmmm. Trying to picture a shimmering plough. Or the Shimmering Plough Cafe…. Funny thing is, I was once published in The Cafe Review.

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  17. Nada Nassif

    Lit Mag Name: The Yellow Letter Review.

    Reply
  18. SSW

    Drunken Rattle Mountains?! Very memorable, for sure…

    Reply

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