Today is the release day for People Collide, Isle McElroy’s anticipated follow-up to The Atmospherians, and we’re celebrating with this review of the novel by Jeannine Burgdorf! “Why does anyone get married?” Burgdorf asks at the beginning of the review….
These contests are sure to make you light up like a jack-o-lantern! Find a contest that works for you, and then submit your favorite work! American Literary Review Awards In this threefold contest offered by American Literary Review, contestants can…
In September 2014, we published “Midlife Crisis” by Angie Pelekidis. The story follows Anne and Dan, a middle-aged couple, and what happens when Dan begins wearing diapers and behaving, literally, like a baby. Let’s take a trip into the archives….
In this month’s Getting Unstuck, assistant editor Jen Dupree offers resources on how to handle that ubiquitous writerly experience: rejection. What does rejection mean? And how do we apply those lessons to our work? Let’s find out together. I recently met with an agent and her response to my project was like being dunked in a bucket of cold water. She had some really useful things to say, but I couldn’t hear anything other than the whooshing of my hopes….Keep Reading ›
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