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Series: Long-necks to Swallow: A day in the life of a Bus Boy (Part 1)

Walking into work, which would have been my fifth day in a row working 5:00 PM until 3 in the morning, and I head straight for the restrooms. 1,045 more words


Struggling with Rejection

This morning I had received a rejection letter for a random no big deal short story submission about a fascinating work experience of which I sent a last minute restructuring its way. 162 more words


Who Gets to Judge: On the Editor and Diversity

A few weeks ago UK writer Tony Rock wrote a blog about our policy on diversity. In it, he seemed to be making the case that by encouraging diversity in our pages, we were making it more difficult for certain writers to be published. 1,769 more words


The Submission Process

This week’s Greyrock session was open to the public to maintain our status as a club at Colorado State University. Although the only people at the meeting were  690 more words

Greyrock Review

Submit Here: 2017 PlayPenn Conference Application

Get your full length unproduced plays ready!

2017 Conference Application Guidelines

Beginning September 1, PlayPenn will be accepting applications for its 2017 new play development conference; we are pleased to request your full length, unproduced script for consideration. 40 more words


100 Submissions in 100 Days – #5 Spark

As I go down the list in the public Google document Journals That Pay FOR POEMS, I am finding that I am not able to submit to some journals due to the submissions being closed, or I am not in a qualified group to be published by them, or they only do mail in submissions (I will come back to these if I can). 280 more words


From the Editor's Desk: Five Ways to Tell Whether Your Book Is a Good Fit for Eerdmans

Last month, my post tackled five tips for finding an editor, agent, or publisher who would be a good fit for your manuscript—and I promised to come back this month with advice to help you figure out whether it might be worth sending your manuscript to Eerdmans Books for Young Readers. 538 more words