*We recently held an event where several experts explained how to submit your work. Here is one of the handouts from the event: Submit Your Work to a Literary Magazine! Tips from Kate McIntyre, managing editor of The Worcester Review, katemcintyrewriting.com. • Be sure your piece is absolutely ready to submit. Once it’s published, it’s … Continue reading -Tips from the submission event by Kate McIntyre
Help us to be ever faithful gardeners of the spirit, who know that without darkness nothing comes to birth, and without light nothing flowers. ~ May Sarton Leaving its two-year hibernation behind, Smoky Quartz celebrates its return with a poetry-packed Spring 2019 issue. Twenty-three poems contributed by eleven poets take us from formal to free … Continue reading -New! Smoky Quartz – Spring 2019 Issue
The Rindge Writers Group is a community of new and established writers who want to connect in a friendly and supportive environment. Participants gain skills by sharing their own work, receiving feedback and critiquing the work of others. All genres and areas of interest are welcome from crime to humor to memoir and more, be … Continue reading -New Writing Critique Group in Rindge
A “blind” submission is one that is submitted to the literary journal in a way that the readers and editors can read all the submissions without knowing the name or anything else about the author who submitted to the journal. The idea is that it takes any bias someone might have against or for a … Continue reading -17 Literary Journals that Read Submissions “Blind”
You can now read all of the Six Word Story Project submissions (that we got permission to post)! Also check out our winners. Martin F. Danahy 1st Place - There's always yet never another now. Cynthia Sue Martel 2nd Place (tie) - Hush. Sirens are headed our way. Bad dog. Drop Jason’s jawbone now! Conscience … Continue reading -Six Word Story Project Submissions
Tiny Friendship Stories Performed at The Thing in Spring, Peterborough NH Sunday June 9, 1 pm on the Toadstool lawn, free Firelight is thrilled for our next project, TINY FRIENDSHIP STORIES, to be performed at The Thing in the Spring. You are invited to write and submit a tiny story about Friendship -- 100 words … Continue reading -Submission Opportunity: Tiny Friendship Stories
We have our winners for the Six Word Story Project! Six Word Story Winners First Place: Martin F. Danahy - There's always, yet never, another now. Second Place (tied): Lynda Mabbs-Zeno - Childless daughter becomes mother to mother. Second Place (tied): Cynthia Sue Martel - Hush. Sirens are headed our way.