Nearly 1,000 Literary Magazines Looking for Your Work
We're rapidly approaching 1,000 listings in our database of literary journals. In the last month we've added five new magazines, including The Red Branch Journal, which was founded with the purpose of "providing publishing opportunities for artists at any stage in their careers."
Listings include all the information you need to craft a submission strategy.
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Martin Amis on Literature's War Against Clichés
In this short video, novelist Martin Amis talks about how to keep writing fresh and how important it is for writers to remain true to their perceptions.
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The Poetry Pilgrim Presses On
Crystal Hoffman is on a three thousand mile journey across the country, writing a poem a day based on the stories of people she meets along the way. And she's doing it on foot!
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Novelist Rachel Cantor writes, "...I find inspiration in stray facts, mostly when I'm not looking for it. I wander in books, in magazines; I go to odd exhibits and miscellaneous lectures; I try to stay open and curious."
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