I recently read an interview with Laura Van Den Berg about the process of putting together a story collection (rather than a mere “group of stories”) and I’m looking forward to her new book. But, here, she talks about the value of literary magazines, which I’ve collected and read and submitted to and been rejected by and, a few times, accepted by myself. They are the heart and soul of American literary publishing. Check out the quick essay below by one of my favorite online publications about publications, The Review Review:
The Effort Pays Off: Why Its Good to Publish in Lit Mags | The Review Review.
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