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A Tremendously Positive Experience with a Literary Journal

If you don’t know Marc Moorash and Ava Dawn Heydt (a.k.a. Mr & Mrs Garbanzo) then you are missing out. They are some of the kindest, quirkiest, professional-and-yet-fun editors in the literary world. 132 more words

Writing

Interview: Nature Will Overcome

Publication: The Fourth River (online)

Publication Date: May 19, 2015

–by Faith Cotter, assistant editor, The Fourth River

In many ways, the neighborhood of Lawrenceville in Pittsburgh, PA is the perfect setting for award-winning artist Seth Clark’s studio. 873 more words

Interviews

INTERVIEW: Nature Will Overcome: An Interview With Pittsburgh Artist Seth Clark

–by Faith Cotter, assistant editor, The Fourth River

In many ways, the neighborhood of Lawrenceville in Pittsburgh, PA is the perfect setting for award-winning artist Seth Clark’s studio. 873 more words

Chatham University

The Monday Post: Links for Readers and Writers

Inspired by a similar type of post found on Electric Literature‘s website, The Monday Post is a collection of articles for writers and readers as well as a sampling of interesting works and publications from across the internet.  473 more words

Writing

May Memories: How to Get Published in Literary Magazines

May Memories…

Today we are flashing back to a post I wrote a year ago:  How to Get Published in Literary Magazines.  Just as helpful now as it was in 2014. 62 more words

Eva Langston

What Happens to Your Story When You Submit to TTR

What happens to your story after you hit submit on TTR’s Submittable button?

  • I get a nearly instant email notification that I’ve received a new fiction submission.
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Editorial Musings

TTR 1.3

I made my final two acceptances yesterday for TTR 1.3 – the July 15th issue.

I chose a couple of excellent flash pieces because of their arresting voices. 217 more words

Editorial Musings