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...
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8 Boredom Busters That Beat Writer’s Block | Writer’s Relief
Get excited, writers, because July is National Anti-Boredom Month! At Writer’s Relief, we know that one big, sneaky side effect of being bored is a bad case of writer’s block. How can you be inspired when your muse is feeling ho-hum? Thankfully, we know smart ways to...
The Behind-The-Scenes Scoop From A Lit Mag Intern | Writer’s Relief
Ever wonder what happens once your short story, poem, or essay is sent to a literary journal? At Writer’s Relief, we know it possibly ends up in the hands of an intern or volunteer reader. In this article on Bookriot, one intern offers the unvarnished truth about...
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