Cover Letters: Advice from a Literary Magazine Editor

A guest post by Yi Shun Lai Since 2014 I have edited prose for the Tahoma Literary Review. This submission period we had a little over a thousand submissions; by the time I’m done, I will…

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It Is Okay to Change Paths

A guest post by Tess Gerritsen This piece is extracted from Signature’s 2017 Ultimate Writing Guide Long before I became a doctor, I was a writer. At the age of seven I wrote my first…

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Rejection Is Not Feedback

A guest post by Allison K Williams I need a sweater. So I go to the mall. (The mall is a temple of consumerism with an indoor ski slope overlooked by The Cheesecake Factory, because…

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How Do I Pitch to a Publication?

A guest post by Karen Andrews Like many who work in the creative fields, I’ve worn many hats over my career: writer, blogger, editor, arts worker, publisher, teacher, mentor . . . the list goes…

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You Did What? The Dos and Don’ts of Workshop Etiquette

A guest post by Laurie Steed Writers’ workshops are the worst place on Earth. For the uninitiated, said workshops exist for people to come together and critique each other’s work. Critiquing, of course, is the…

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