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Interview with an Editor: What They Really Do and Why

Kristin Prescott Speaks to Editor Extraordinaire Jody Lee

Being published is the holy grail of writing, whether it is in a print book, e-book, magazine or online, but authors are rarely alone on the long journey to get there.

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Submission call + editor interview -- Virga, DEADLINE: Mar. 31, 2017

Virga is an online poetry journal. They charge a low fee of $3 to submit. You can read the definition of Virga on their About page: 448 more words

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NO FEE Submission call + editor interview -- The Maine Review, DEADLINE: Mar. 31, 2017

The Maine Review is published twice a year and features fiction, nonfiction, and poetry by both established and emerging writers.  They “look for work that cuts across artificial boundaries, that challenges expectations and demands thoughtful attention,” and “are committed to including work by Maine writers in each issue, alongside great writing from across the country and around the world.” 464 more words

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Editor Talk: With Tara Creel & Write On Editing

Pen Friends ~ Today we have more insightful Editor Talk with professional editor Tara Creel, as she shares her insight into editing, publishing, and getting it right! 1,354 more words

Friday Feature: Interview with Heather

Each week, the editors of Jenny Magazine sit down with either fellow literary magazine editors or past Jenny contributors for short interviews. This week’s interview is with Kelsey Mars, editor of… 646 more words

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Friday Feature: Interview with Minola Review

Each week, the editors of Jenny Magazine sit down with either fellow literary magazine editors or past Jenny contributors for short interviews. This week’s interview is with Robin Richardson, editor of… 451 more words

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PAYING/NO FEE Submission call & editor interview--Foundry (always open), DEADLINE (Expedited): Dec. 20, 2016

Foundry is a new online poetry journal that “showcases poems crafted by writers at all stages of their practice.” They don’t charge submission fees for regular submissions, but if you want a quick response, you can help support the journal by paying $5 for a three day turnaround! 461 more words

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