The three year old LA based literary journal is accepting sophisticated short fiction (yes please!), travel essays (hm, something to think about) and poetry submissions (try something new, anyone?).
They may be too young to nominate for the Pushcart, but don’t overlook this one. It’s a style heavy magazine with great writers and a selected artist for each issue.
Polish up a piece now and send in, snail mail, by the end of the month.
Don’t be like David Gilmour, the writer and professor who sparked controversy last year when he said he was not interested in reading books by female authors (save Virginia Woolf.)
In light of Donna Tartt’s Pulitzer Prize for The Goldfinch, Time has come up with a list of seminal women writers and why you should be reading them. Hop to it! And if you’re on Twitter, check out the hashtag #readwomen2014 for great new books by women.
Maybe you *can* have it all?!
This is a list of MFA programs that offer full funding to most, if not all, of their attendees. So now you can have your MFA and eat, too.
NYC vs MFA: The Two Cultures of American Fiction, Edited by Chad Harbach, is a collection of essays by writers who care deeply about one of these places and usually not so much about the other. Whether this is a result of institutional limitations is not of so much importance to most of the contributors. Instead, the through line is that each took the path that was open to them at the time and walked it the best they could. Continue reading MFA vs NYC: Behind the Title
If you are sitting on gold – the best thing you ever wrote – and your are wondering where to send it, here is a ranking of literary magazines from which stories have won Pushcart Prizes in the last 10 years, gathered by award winning (and very systematic) author Clifford Garstang.