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Nearing 70, The Carolina Quarterly Ages Gracefully

Not a lot of literary magazines—or many endeavors, really—can trace their roots back to before the Civil War. But The Carolina Quarterly, published at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, can point to the year 1844 as the founding of North Carolina University Magazine which, through several iterations during America’s highs and lows, […]

Born from Chaos, Broad River Review Shines Bright

In 1968, America was in the rocky middle: of Vietnam, of the Cold War, of shootouts between Black Panthers and police, and student protests on campuses all across the country. From this chaos was born a literary magazine, the Broad River Review, the official rag of Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs, a town that is […]

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.

Submit It! Section Can Be Invaluable

Many members ask, “What is the first step in getting published?” Agents do look to see if you have been previously published or won any literary contests when they consider whether or not they can be an advocate for your work. Our Submit It! section under Resources for Writers on our website (within the Literary […]