Lit Journal Nugget: Ep;phany

Awhile back I had an epiphany; as I studied literary journals I would run reviews on this site. I then had a further epiphany; I would invite readers to submit their own. I'm pleased to feature the first guest post in the Lit Journal Nugget series, a review of Ep;phany by Jennifer (Jenna) McGuiggan, a great …

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Lit Journal Nugget: fugue

Today we'll take a look at the literary journal fugue, which like e.e. cummings eschews capitalization. I discovered this journal last year via NewPages, and picked up a copy last month at AWP. It is edited by university graduate students, and given its quality, it appears no worse the wear for lack of a permanent …

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Lit Journal Nugget: AGNI

I probably exceeded United Airlines' carry-on weight limits recently when I returned from the AWP Bookfair in Chicago with dozens of literary journals. Given that I plan to spend the next few months reading them and getting a better sense of what they're all about, I thought I should share what I find with you. …

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Celebrating Rejection

Celebrate your accomplishments. Persevere over rejection. Creatives hear this advice with stunning frequency. But we all know rejection sucks. Rejection comes with being a creative, certainly so with writers. Rejection by editors. Rejection by agents. Rejection by potential employers, or worse, existing employers. Rejection by readers. When I attended the AWP writer's conference in February, …

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