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Last Issue of Glimmer Train Set for October

Glimmer Train will join Tin House magazine as the second major literary journal to close its doors in 2019. The last issue of the iconic rag, which has been published continuously for nearly thirty years, will be published in October. Founded by two sisters, Susan and Linda, in 1990, Glimmer Train established itself as a […]

Consider the Emerging Writers Resistance Campaign

  Wilmington-based Athenian Press & Workshops launched earlier this year with the purpose of cultivating a supportive, creative space for female, trans, and gender nonconforming writers and writers of color. To these ends, they host workshops and webinars; run a pretty killer bookstore; and will soon launch a press to publish “books and anthologies by […]

Introducing Kazabo

The publishing industry has undergone substantive change over the past decade-plus. Traditional publishers have had to adjust their business models to keep up with the demand for e-books and fight piracy (not to mention Amazon’s price-slashing approach to bookselling). But sometimes, from chaos comes innovation. Kazabo is a “new” kind of start-up publisher. They ask […]

The Masters Review

by R.A. King The term “emerging writer” evokes many thoughts into the writing and reading community—excitement, anticipation, untapped potential. But where does an emerging writer get their creativity in print and finally emerge? It’s crossing this threshold that’s the hardest, from unpublished to published. Have no fear, the Masters Review is geared toward this specific […]