Where to Submit in Dec 2016/Jan 2017 by Entropy + special section for Post-Election themed calls (filtered for no fee only!) — Trish Hopkinson

Entropy is a “website featuring literary & non-literary content. A website that seeks to engage with the literary community, that becomes its own community, and creates a space for literary & non-literary ideas.” Earlier this month they posted an article on where to submit in December and January. They’ve also included a special section for … Continue reading Where to Submit in Dec 2016/Jan 2017 by Entropy + special section for Post-Election themed calls (filtered for no fee only!) — Trish Hopkinson

Is submitting your poetry to literary magazines/journals intimidating?

A good article on submitting to journals. Yes, look for writing samples online to see if your style matches AND get an issue or two of those journals you want to get into and want to support.

Trish Hopkinson

This article by Neon Magazine has some great tips. I’ve done my fair share of submitting, and I can attest to not only the time it takes to thoroughly read and meet all of the submission guidelines, but how important it is if you are serious about sharing your work with a larger audience. If you read this article and still have questions, feel free to message me or comment below. I am more than happy to do my best to share my own experience and tips or do a little research to see if I can help.

For more info on how to submit to literary magazine and journals, read my Submission Tips here. You can also check out some of the places I’ve been published by checking out the links on my Publications page.

This article provides info on the whole process of submitting, including:

  • Finding a suitable…

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