When we first start writing, we’re taught how to become a better writer, but no one ever tells us what to do once our prose is sharp and we are ready to start sending it out to publications and/or agents.
The current landscape of publishing is competitive as ever and there are endless ways for a writer to publish their work. For these two reasons, it’s never been more important for writers to know how and where to submit work their work. There are three different submission processes that can lead to being published. In this post, I’ll focus on getting published in literary magazines/journals, blogs and websites.
There are more online literary magazines than ever before. Anyone can literally go online, create a magazine and start their own submission process. This does not necessarily mean they are qualified to critique work and run a magazine, but it does mean…
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