Most writers realize it can take many hours (even months or years!) to polish and perfect their poetry, short stories, or book. But when it’s time to submit this carefully created work to literary editors or agents, these same writers often make the mistake of...
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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...
What’s the best way to get an acceptance letter from a literary magazine editor? Savvy writers know the answer: write well and make smart, targeted submissions! But did you ever wonder how professional readers like literary journal editors slog through piles and piles...
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,...
These days, it seems everyone—from professional writers to that guy in the coffee shop—is submitting short stories to literary journals. How do you give your short story every possible advantage so that it grabs an editor’s attention? First and foremost, your...
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