How I Published in Atticus Review

How I Published in Atticus Review

By Lucy Wilde There are two main reasons I wanted to see my work in Atticus Review, the quality of the writing and the fact that they are interested in publishing hybrid, unconventional work that pushes boundaries. I submitted to them twice and was accepted the second...
How I Published in Entropy

How I Published in Entropy

By Kimberly Peterson [Editor’s note: Shortly after this article was published, Entropy announced they will close at the end of 2021. They will be missed.] Entropy is unique as a publication because it includes a variety of editors with diverse interests seeking...
How I Published in Prairie Fire

How I Published in Prairie Fire

By Linda Trinh My CNF piece “Incense and Ancestors” was published in Prairie Fire in the summer 2018 Vol.39 No.2 issue. Prairie Fire is published in Winnipeg/Treaty 1 territory, the traditional territory of the Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples,...
How I Published in X-R-A-Y Literary Magazine

How I Published in X-R-A-Y Literary Magazine

By Lina Lau X-R-A-Y Literary Magazine’s vision is to publish uncomfortable, entertaining, and unforgettable prose that shines brighter than the skeleton in your body, prose that sees through the skin and reveals something deeper. I submitted to X-R-A-Y Literary...
How I Published In JMWW

How I Published In JMWW

By Lacey Yong JMWW is a literary journal publishing fiction, flash, poetry, essays, interviews, and other miscellany weekly. I submitted to JMWW twice and was accepted on the second try. I first discovered the journal through an alumna of Lit Mag Love, who spoke...
How to Write Stories and Poems that Get Published

How to Write Stories and Poems that Get Published

Writers cannot be measured by their observable output, yet publishing your writing is an important part of the call to be a writer. There’s no contradiction here—publishing isn’t simply about the credits. When we share our words with readers, we create more meaning...