It’s the last full month of summer, and we’re shining our Lit Mag Spotlight on the renowned Nimrod International Journal. Run out of the University of Tulsa and in print since 1956 (!!), Nimrod aims to publish new and well-known writers alike from all walks of life...
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Happy October, writers! This month’s Lit Mag Spotlight features Flyway, Iowa State University’s online lit journal. Flyway seeks work that focuses on the environment in all its many contexts, and they’ve taken the time to tell us exactly what that means in terms of...
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