Thankfully, the idea of what I called a “personal MFA” isn’t only mine. There are two articles on LitReactor (which also seems to have tons of resources) to prove the idea was not only something I didn’t come up with, it’s alive and well… Considering an MFA, but maybe […]
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Call for Submissions: Mythic Poetry Series. This is a great series with no fees and the editor responds very quickly and posts the work days later. Check it out!
Including this brief, but very helpful article: How to Get Published in Literary Magazines and Journals The article includes several tips I use regularly to try and make the most of my submissions. Also note, they have a […]
The sound begins with a story— a ghostly, beautiful, mysterious boy. A sound visiting evening on a rainy summer. Grandmother in a small Kansas moan when the town of a train impression first beckons. This childhood whistle blossomed into a lifelong train with fascination, nostalgic and romantic. In […]
Submitting writing to markets is a LOT of work… and truthfully, regardless of the amount of research you do to make sure the work you’re sending is a good fit for the market you are submitting to, you may or may not get accepted. I spend more time […]
This article provides summaries and info for nine different markets which will accept submissions from new and upcoming writers. Definitely worth checking out their guidelines! http://www.aerogrammestudio.com/2014/06/18/literary-magazines-for-new-and-unpublished-writers/
Poets & Writers puts out regular prompts for poetry as well as fiction and nonfiction on their Writing Prompts page. You can also subscribe to their e-newsletter and receive them right in your inbox weekly. Some are better than others, and often I end up using the nonfiction or […]