-17 Literary Journals that Read Submissions “Blind”

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”

-Submission Opportunity: Tiny Friendship Stories

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

-Writerly Event: Submit or Submerge

Submit or Submerge? Three Editors Speak on the current status of submission letters in today's publication world. Rodger Martin, co-editor of The Granite State Poetry Series; Kate McIntyre, Managing Editor for The Worcester Review (also for The Missouri Review), and novelist/journalist Eric Poor. The program will be on Tuesday evening, 7 pm, May 28th at … Continue reading -Writerly Event: Submit or Submerge