Tag: publishing

4 things to look for in a poetry contest – guest blog post by Lisa Mangini of Paper Nautilus Press

It's hard to believe that Paper Nautilus, the small press I started at my kitchen table, will turn 8 years old this year! By the end of this Spring, we will have published a free digital anthology, six annual print issues, and 27 chapbooks in various genres. While […]

Navigating Lit Mags: Why and Where to Publish – guest blog rewind by Bernard Grant

Navigating the world of literary magazines was difficult for me in the beginning. I initially set out to publish anywhere, so desperate for publication, I actually Googled easiest literary magazines to the publish in, or something to that extent, and came across visual and literary artist's Michael Alexander […]

My year of living anonymously – guest blog post by Josh Medsker

I had quite a few poems published this year. In fact it was my best year ever. And all of my poems were published anonymously (minus half a dozen or so). Why did I do this, you ask? In 2014 I embarked on an anonymous adventure, publishing some […]

4 things to look for in a poetry contest – guest blog post by Lisa Mangini of Paper Nautilus Press

This week marks the anniversary of the founding of Paper Nautilus, a small press I started seven years ago. By the end of this Spring, we will have published a free digital anthology, six annual print issues, and 22 chapbooks. While Paper Nautilus has shifted its focus over […]

Navigating Lit Mags: Why and Where to Publish – guest blog post by Bernard Grant

Navigating the world of literary magazines was difficult for me in the beginning. I initially set out to publish anywhere, so desperate for publication, I actually Googled easiest literary magazines to the publish in, or something to that extent, and came across visual and literary artist's Michael Alexander […]

Your Writing Voice: The Tools of the Trade – guest blog post by Windy Lynn Harris

We hear the word “voice" a lot in appraisals of writing. The term can be confusing. You might hear, “Aden's voice is just so original!" or “The voice of this piece really punched me in the gut." These are terrific compliments, but what exactly is voice? Most commonly, […]

3 Places to make meaningful lit mag connections – guest blog post by Windy Lynn Harris

Networking is often a confusing task, especially for writers who aren't currently enrolled in an MFA program, but meeting other writers can be a wonderful thing. Artistic connections keep us from feeling isolated, they can help us filter industry information, provide feedback as critique partners, help us bravely […]

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