Are you a writer and/or journal editor with something to say about the world of lit mags?
Do you have a unique strategy of finding lit mags to submit to? Is there a method that has been particularly successful for you?
Are you an editor who desperately wants to tell writers to please stop doing this one thing?
Do you have insights into or commentary about the lit mag scene at large? Do you have a unique perspective to offer?
Are there things you want to help people with, discuss, gripe about, seek clarification on, when it comes to literary magazines?
Our weekly column features articles from working writers and editors. These pieces can be serious. They can be instructive. They can be funny, satirical, provocative, thoughtful, opinionated. Anything and everything is welcome.
We publish new columns each Thursday. You can see past columns here and here.
If you’ve got something to say or explore about lit mags, or if you’ve got an idea you want to pitch, send it along! Becky.Tuch@gmail.com. Feel free to email with questions.
Pieces are generally ~1,500 words.
Payment is $50 for original pieces/ $25 for reprints.
This is terrific! Wheels are spinning.
Hey Becky, and readers of the mighty LMNR
I signed up a minute ago and in between personifying Einstein's 'insane', I published a short poem (audio attached - for the audiophiles out there)
While waiting for the highly anticipated features, I'd appreciate it if you gave it a read.
Thanks for that. Have a nice one x
Good for you ! Growing !