Thanks to the Internet, there’s been a renaissance of literary magazines that publish short stories. Since online publishing has become more prevalent, Writer’s Relief has noticed that more literary journals are publishing short fiction and nonfiction. Check out these...
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Currently, long poems seem to have fallen out of favor with literary journal editors, while shorter poems (complete on one page) are scooped up and published in print and online by the thousands. Why? Every literary journal is different, but we suspect the trend has...
Ever wonder why all short stories are called short, when in fact some of them are medium-length and some are long? These days, many editors of literary journals, especially online literary journals, are putting increasing emphasis on short short stories—that is, short...
Short Stories. 5 ways to make editors at literary journals notice your short stories and short prose. Story techniques for writers.
How long should a short story or poem be? If you’re submitting your short prose to literary agents or editors, these are the best word counts and page counts for your writing.
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