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Category Archives: Literary Journals And Magazines

Experimental Fiction: What Is It And Who’s Publishing It | Writer’s Relief

Experimental fiction is a hot topic in contemporary literary magazines. This new concept has a modern, cutting-edge sensibility that puts the genre at the center of conversations about what fiction can (and can’t) do. At Writer’s Relief, we know editors love experimental literature for the way it pushes boundaries, while writers love experimental fiction for… Continue Reading

Sweet! Literary Magazines That Publish Love Poems | Writer’s Relief

Although love poems have always been popular, modern readers of all ages are especially keen on reading (and buying) love poems from contemporary writers. And that means many editors want to publish (and sometimes even pay for) love poems too! Here at Writer’s Relief, our clients often want to know where to publish love poems.… Continue Reading

33 Great Reasons Why You Should Submit Your Writing To Literary Magazines | Writer’s Relief

Novelists, Poets, and Short Fiction Writers TAKE NOTE Let’s be honest—submitting your writing to literary magazines is a TON of work. At Writer’s Relief, we know researching and prepping one single submission can eat up hours of your precious writing time. But if you want to build a reputation as a writer, the effort is… Continue Reading

Top 7 Mistakes Writers Make When Submitting To Literary Journals | Writer’s Relief

Most literary magazine editors try to keep an open mind when reading submissions of poems, short stories, and essays. But writers who make common submission strategy mistakes might just find their manuscripts are quickly dismissed with a “thanks but no thanks” rejection letter. If you are making submissions to literary journals, Writer’s Relief lets you… Continue Reading

22 Literary Journals That Pay To Publish Poems–And Why Others Don’t | Writer’s Relief

French author Jules Renard famously said: Writing is the only profession where no one considers you ridiculous if you earn no money. While this may be true, it’s certainly nice when you do make a little money from your poetry! Writer’s Relief knows that most literary journals are run by underpaid (or not-paid-at-all) editors who… Continue Reading



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