From July 16-21, Florida’s Key West celebrates Hemingway Days! The festival honors the legacy of author Ernest Hemingway, who spent much of the 1930s living and writing in this island paradise. Events include a look-alike contest, poetry readings, and a three-day...
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[blocks-anywhere id="b2b5b966d6e43f1d"] Even though most major publishing houses tend to shy away from publishing collections of poems (except for those written by famous authors), Writer’s Relief knows a way that poets can get their collections published: Enter a...
In our Interview With An Author series, Writer’s Relief asks professional writers to share their tried-and-true secrets for publishing success. Tanuja Desai Hidier is an award-winning author, singer-songwriter, and "booktrack" innovator. The recipient of the 2015...
Entering a writing contest might seem to take more effort than making a regular submission; after all, writing contests will often cost you an entry fee, have idiosyncratic submission guidelines, and might not accept simultaneous submissions. But the rewards of...
We’re thankful to be shining November’s Lit Mag Spotlight on Sequestrum, a unique journal of short prose and poetry that began as a collaborative effort between graduates of Iowa State University and the University of Iowa. Sequestrum loves publishing concise,...
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