This happens so often: You’ve written, revised, and carefully proofread your latest short story, essay, poem, or book manuscript. Your critique partners have given their approval. Now you’re ready to start submitting your work to literary agents or journals! And then...
Review Board Is Now Open!
Short stories and Poetry only!
Deadline: Wednesday, September 14
Right now, literary journal editors are eagerly reading through the submissions they receive to find strong, well-written poems—so it’s a great time for your poetry to be in their hands! At Writer’s Relief, we know that if you want your poems to stand out, including...
It’s what every writer hopes for: A literary agent has offered representation for your book, or an editor has accepted your short story or poetry for publication. Start the happy dancing! But wait—what if the agent or editor wants changes to your work? At Writer’s...
Once you send your writing submission to a literary journal—what happens next? Who is burning the midnight oil reading all the submissions a literary journal receives? Most magazines have one to three main editors, but at Writer’s Relief, we know they aren’t the only...
Like it or not, if you want to get your short story or poem published in a literary journal, the length is going to matter. More readers are using mobile devices to scroll through short stories and poetry, and longer works are harder to enjoy on a cell phone or...
Review Board is Now Open! Submit Your Short stories and Poetry only!
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