The author spotlights five journals that published lyric and narrative poems from her debut poetry collection, The Body Family.
Created in response to social uprisings and the pandemic, Lampblack offers direct aid and community to Black writers and publishes an annual magazine that furthers Black literature.
The author reflects on magazines that offered homes to stories in her second collection, Jerks: “All the journals I’ve been lucky enough to publish with celebrate nervy writing.”
The author reflects on five journals that published essays from their debut collection, Dark Tourist.
The author on five literary journals that published selections from her story collection, Hao.
The author of the new poetry collection Gumbo Ya Ya discusses four journals that first published their work, including BOAAT, TriQuarterly, Southeast Review, and Ploughshares.
The author of There Plant Eyes: A Personal and Cultural History of Blindness charts her literary passions and road to publication by the journals she has worked with as a contributor or editor.
The poet on five journals that published pieces from her debut collection, The Wild Fox of Yemen.
The novelist and essayist on five outlets that he has worked with as an editor or have published pieces from his forthcoming nonfiction book, Craft in the Real World.
A writer and editor questions the practice of blind submissions at literary journals as an additional barrier against equity in publishing, and makes the case for diversifying editorial mastheads.