Tag: submission tips

Let's Talk Submission Strategies and more! via The Masters Review

This article by Kim Winternheimer published on The Masters Review blog is an excellent discussion on how to strategically submit your work and includes great tips. The article is divided into 6 key sections, including: Top-Tier Publication Goals Staggering Submissions When To Call It Quits Submitting The Same […]

Is submitting your poetry to literary magazines/journals intimidating?

This article by Neon Magazine has some great tips. I’ve done my fair share of submitting, and I can attest to not only the time it takes to thoroughly read and meet all of the submission guidelines, but how important it is if you are serious about sharing […]

Better View of the Moon: Ask the Moon: What to do with our less-accessible poetry

Fabulous article by Karen Craigo on her blog this month about her submission process, how to decide what to submit, packet submission strategies, and some interesting comments on contests. Great advice for anyone sending in their work! Better View of the Moon: Ask the Moon: What to do […]

Is submitting your poetry to journals intimidating?

This article by Neon Magazine has some great tips. I’ve done my fair share of submitting, and I can attest to not only the time it takes to thoroughly read and meet all of the submission guidelines, but how important it is if you are serious about sharing […]

Poetry Chapbook Contest w/ $200 prize + 25 copies – DEADLINE: Nov. 15, 2015

This contest slides in just at my $5 fee rule for low/no fee opportunities. The winner takes home up $200 plus 25 copies of their winning chapbook. This contest is sponsored by the up and coming online lit mag Yellow Chair Review and the judge is a fine poet and friend […]

Five Things Magazine Editing Taught Me About Submitting My Own Writing by Julianne Palumbo

Thanks to Susan Maccarelli of Beyond Your Blog for recently posting this informative and helpful article by guest author Julianne Palumbo of Mothers Always Write. Her tips take a different approach to the submission process and include recommendations for things I’ve not seen in other articles. Palumbo explains five key things she […]

NO FEE Call for Submission – Winter Goose Publishing #NaPoMo

Winter Goose Publishing only accepts unsolicited manuscripts during April, so don’t miss this chance to submit your fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. As always, read the guidelines carefully. For more info on submitting, read my Submission Tips here. Click here for Submission Guidelines. If you like this post, please […]

Ah, Cover Letters: Do They Even Really Matter? | The Review Review

This is an informative article with several editor’s responses on whether or not cover letters matter, if they read them or not, and how they affect the reading process. How do you approach cover letters in your submissions? Have you ever received any feedback, positive or negative, specifically […]

Ah, Cover Letters: Do They Even Really Matter? | The Review Review

This is an informative article with several editor’s responses on whether or not cover letters matter, if they read them or not, and how they affect the reading process. How do you approach cover letters in your submissions? Have you ever received any feedback, positive or negative, specifically […]

Top Ten Reasons You Keep Getting Rejected

I really appreciate the brief, yet great advice in this article on Bartleby Snopes by author/editor Nathaniel Tower. I've shared similar submission tips, but missed a few of these. I think this relates to all genres of writing. If you like this post, please share with your writerly […]

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