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...
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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...
This month our Lit Mag Spotlight is shining on the hip, graduate student-run publication from Emerson College: Redivider! Publishing since 1986, Redivider focuses on promoting unique poetry, fiction, nonfiction, art, and interviews. Read about a recent essay that...
You might not know it, but you could have a treasure trove of creative writing just waiting to land on the desk of the right agent or editor. Your old submissions—those that you have already sent around but that did not find any “takers”—might just garner your next...
It’s the beginning of the year, and we know you’re looking to see which writing conferences you’ll be attending in 2013. But before you plunk down your hard-earned dollars for a conference that’s less than helpful, ask yourself these 5 questions! Writers Conferences:...
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