Learn more: Online Literary Journals: The Cutting Edge Of Traditional Publishing.
Because there are so many new literary journals popping up on the Internet, it’s important to be able to determine if an e-magazine is reputable and right for you. Here’s an article about How To Submit Poems To Literary Journals And Magazines.
Read more: Online Literary Journals: How To Determine Quality And Reputation. To get published in a literary magazine, you’ll need to research and identify those that are appropriate for your writing. The process for stories and essays is similar, except that instead of sending three to five pieces at a time, you’ll probably be sending only one.
Many, if not all, literary magazines encourage submissions by new writers.
Their goal is to shine the spotlight on great writing, regardless of the author’s experience level.
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Funding for literary magazines usually comes from monthly or yearly reader subscriptions (which may number a few hundred subscribers or as many as tens of thousands).
Many literary magazines are also funded by government and private subsidies that support the arts.
Do a Google search to find literary magazines that you might want to subscribe to, and do your part to support what you love!
There are countless market books and websites from which you can determine the best literary magazines for you.