Tag: Andrew Mitchell

PAYING/NO FEE Submission call + editor interview – Outlook Springs, DEADLINE: Jan. 15, 2019

Outlook Springs is a fairly new bi-annual, print and online literary journal “transmitted from the town of Outlook Springs, New Hampshire, which may or may not exist in one or more alternate dimensions.” They don’t charge submission fees and they pay their contributors, $25 fiction/non-fiction and $10 per poem + a contributor […]

PAYING/NO FEE Submission call + editor interview – Outlook Springs, DEADLINE: Aug. 15, 2018

Outlook Springs is a fairly new bi-annual, print and online literary journal “transmitted from the town of Outlook Springs, New Hampshire, which may or may not exist in one or more alternate dimensions.” They don’t charge submission fees and they pay their contributors, $25 fiction/non-fiction and $10 per poem + a contributor […]

The Future of Print Literary Journals by Tom McAllister + What is a literary Container?

This article by Tom McAllister up at The Millions addresses a common question among writers–are print literary magazines going to survive? Are they still relevant? The article includes McAllister’s own experience with submitting, links to a handful of well-designed online lit mags, and the what, how, and why […]

PAYING/NO FEE Submission call & editor interview–Outlook Springs, DEADLINE: July 15, 2017

Outlook Springs is a new bi-annual, print and online literary journal “transmitted from the town of Outlook Springs, New Hampshire, which may or may not exist in one or more alternate dimensions.” They don’t charge submission fees and they pay their contributors, $25 fiction/non-fiction and $10 per poem + a contributor copy. […]

PAYING/NO FEE Submission call & editor interview–Outlook Springs, DEADLINE: July 15, 2017

Outlook Springs is a new bi-annual, print and online literary journal “transmitted from the town of Outlook Springs, New Hampshire, which may or may not exist in one or more alternate dimensions.” They don’t charge submission fees and they pay their contributors, $25 fiction/non-fiction and $10 per poem + a contributor copy. […]

Outlook Springs lit mag goes live online, including my poem “A Way In” + submissions are open!

I was honored and pleased to have my poem, “A Way In,” published in the first print issue of Outlook Springs, and I’m just as excited to see them share work from that first issue on their brand new web site! You can read my poem here. “Outlook […]

Outlook Springs lit mag goes live online, including my poem "A Way In" + submissions are open!

I was honored and pleased to have my poem, “A Way In,” published in the first print issue of Outlook Springs, and I’m just as excited to see them share work from that first issue on their brand new web site! You can read my poem here. “Outlook […]

PAYING/NO FEE Ladies Night! Submission call and interview - Outlook Springs, DEADLINE: June 27, 2016

Earlier this year I interviewed Andrew Mitchell, Editor-in-Chief of Outlook Springs about their first “Ladies Night” submission call with an opportunity specifically for women poets and writers to send their work direct to the editors. The interview (updated) and submission information is below. IMPORTANT NOTE: Submit just one genre at a time […]

PAYING/NO FEE Submission call - Outlook Springs, DEADLINE: July 15, 2016

I’m so thrilled to be one of the paid poets in Outlook Springs’ first issue coming out soon! I completely dig all their original artwork. You can pre-order their inaugural issue here! They are now open for submissions for their next issue. To read more about what they […]

PAYING/NO FEE Ladies Night! Submission call and interview - Outlook Springs, DEADLINE: Jan. 20, 2016

I recently interviewed Andrew Mitchell, Editor-in-Chief of Outlook Springs about their current submission call that caught my eye with an opportunity specifically for women poets and writers to send their work direct to the editors--they're calling it “Ladies Night." The interview and submission information is below. Andrew, tell me […]

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