Literary editors are welcoming and publishing flash fiction, which can vary from the length of a tweet to as long as 1,000 words. At Writer’s Relief, our research experts have noticed more readers are choosing to check out literary journals on their smartphones, and...
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How To Overcome Writing Submission Fatigue | Writer’s Relief
If you’re reading this, it’s possible you’re dealing with a serious bout of writing submission fatigue. Writing submission fatigue is a common enemy of both the new and the experienced writer. You’ve probably spent hours and hours (and hours!) researching where to...
Why Writers Should Submit To Literary Journals In Multiple Tiers | Writer’s Relief
You’ve written, edited, proofread (and proofread again!) your short story, personal essay, or poem, and now you’re ready to share it with the world. At Writer’s Relief, we know the next step is to begin submitting your work to literary journals and magazines for...
What Does “Previously Published” Really Mean? | Writer’s Relief
When you’re ready to submit short stories, poetry, or personal essays to literary journals, it’s important to check the guidelines for phrases such as we do not accept work that is previously published, or submit previously unpublished work only. Why? Because most...
How To Use Feedback From Editors And Agents To Improve Your Writing | Writer’s Relief
Every writer who submits work for publication has received at least one: a form rejection letter from a busy literary agent or editor. But once in a while, you may see a publishing industry unicorn—a rejection letter with personalized feedback about your writing!...
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