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How Do You Spell Yemassee? Q-U-A-L-I-T-Y

Since 1993, students in the MFA Program in Creative Writing at the University of South Carolina have produced Yemassee literary journal. In little more than a generation, Yemassee has thrust itself into the national spotlight, becoming not only a community anchor by hosting events and readings around the Columbia area, but also establishing a presence […]

Teach.Write: Where Good Writing Is Never an Afterthought

“Writing for publication should be a top priority for every composition teacher at every educational level,” says Katie Winkler, founder and publisher of the new literary journal Teach.Write. “Doing so reminds us of what a struggle good writing is—to find an idea, narrow it down, compose, revise, edit, proofread, and most of all, become vulnerable […]

Less Chase, More Golden Egg

Geese feature prominently in many of our most beloved adages. There’s the “goose that laid the golden egg.” There’s the time-consuming and frustrating experience of a “wild goose chase,” although, it’s important to remember at such times that “what is sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander.” The Wild Goose Poetry Review, however, […]

The Artistic Expression of Science

eno magazine is printed on recycled paper with soy ink. What else did you expect from a journal that seeks to encourage, promote, and publish “artistic forms of expression that inspire a deeper understanding of and creative engagement with the environment”? Founded by a Nicholas School graduate and run by students in the Nicholas School […]

Happy “Sweet Sixteen” to Pedestal Magazine!

The Pedestal Magazine, based in Charlotte, has just published Issue 79, which marks their 16th anniversary. From all of us here at the Network: happy birthday! Founded by editor-in-chief and poet John Amen, The Pedestal Magazine is committed to showcasing both established and burgeoning writers, and to promoting artistic diversity and celebrating the voice of […]

Lit Mags that Pay

Courtesy of The Review Review, a rundown of literary magazines that pay their contributors. Whatever you do, don’t submit to these journals.  Keep the field clear for the rest of us.