This week, we’re sharing stories from Rachel Monroe, Jianan Qian, Rene Ebersole, Adi Robertson, and Kyle Chayka.
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To Pay, or Not To Pay; or the Pros & Cons of Submission Fees in Poetry (& Other Kinds of) Publishing
- Rachel Mennies refuses “to make a capitalist argument for poetry on behalf of poet, press, or journal.” Although acknowledging the reasons behind poetry submission fees, she’s not a fan of pay-to-play markets. 90 more words
“One of the brave things that Wharton does is to recognize the coexistence of the world of passion and the world of strictures. I don’t know another writer of her era who felt so seriously bound by the rules of society, and who took so seriously the great forces of emotion that were aligned against those rules.”
—Roxana Robinson in The Millions