Whether you are just starting to consider submitting your work or are submitting regularly, part 2 of this article by Becky Tuch gives a reviewers inside look at the most quirky, well-done journals and lit mags. It includes links to each with a brief description. It also includes information on The Review Review, which is a valuable resource for detailed reviews of many others publications, as well as access to calls for submissions and other writer resources.
By Becky Tuch How often have you heard something described as “quirky”? Just what does this mean exactly? Possessing an element of surprise? Offbeat? Humorous in a playful kind of way? I asked around on Twitter and got some folks to hone in on the definition of “quirky.” Here is what …
You can read part 1 here: Your Lit Mag Starter Kit, Part 1: Hearty, High-Quality, Aesthetically Traditional Lit Mags
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