Literary Journals That Publish New Writers
Many literary journals publish new writers. In fact, literary magazines have long been responsible for introducing the work of new writers to the reading community. Editors of many magazines are not only open to receiving submissions from new writers, they WANT such submissions. Being the editor who first notices—and publishes—a new writer is a kind of badge of honor and good taste.
Writer’s Relief offers targeted research to help you discover which literary journals are perfect for you. If you’re sick of tedious hours of fruitless researching, it’s time to give us a call. We’ve been helping creative writers (new and veteran) successfully target their writing since 1994.
Some writers believe that “you have to be published to get published.” But that’s just not true.
Consider this: Every writer is a new writer at some point. Every writer has a “dark moment” in life that is discouraging and even embittered. Every writer has a first publication in a literary journal.
At some point, successful writers figure out how to make effective submissions—and they get the thrill of those first publications. Those writers who don’t figure out how to make strong submissions wind up blaming the publishing industry for their lack of publications.
And at Writer’s Relief, we love being part of that process of helping a new writer a) get published for the first time IN A REPUTABLE PUBLICATION, b) publish in bigger, better, and more renowned periodicals.
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At Writer’s Relief, we offer our writers targeted lists of literary journals and magazines that are best for their individual projects. We can target the literary magazines that will be open to your particular type of writing—whether you are a multi-published writer or an unpublished writer. New writers DO get published. We see it all the time. We help experienced and new writers publish in literary journals and magazines!