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    Comments

    Ostro

    This is an incredible offer. I wonder if you would have any success if you approached Canadian literary journals about it?

    Dan Wickett

    The journals I initially contacted for this project were those that participated in the Lit Journal Editor E-Panels during 2005. Since Saturday's posting, 3 more journals have requested to be added and have. If others are interested, they only need to contact me.

    TJ

    I'll be picking my journals over the next couple days. This is a terrific and saintly idea, Dan.

    Em

    As writers we should be more supportive of the hands that feed us. Thanks for bringing it to everyone's attention.

    SS

    do you think it's possible for literary magazines to get more of a broad audience? how can we make these magazines reach people who AREN'T writers--people who read for the sake of reading...are they just not marketed properly?

    Marie Shield

    I would like to purchase one copy each of several journals. I can't find a bookstore that carries them (Pasadena CA) nor can I find a place to order them on the internet.

    Chad

    Hi, Dan.

    I submitted to a magazine recently and received an auto-response that linked to this post. Is your offer still good? Or: Are you planning to put together a new offer in the new year?

    Thanks.

    Amanda McQuade

    West Goes South, an independent literary journal, seeks submissions of poetry, flash fiction, non-fiction, and art for its first issue. Submissions should follow the theme "the longest day" and invoke interesting illustrations while holding a sense of the past. Please see website for details: www.westgoessouth.com.

    Thank you,

    The Editors.

    f.w. butler

    May I put a good word in for Butler's Quarterly, an online literary journal, looking for talented writers?
    http://www.geocities.com/butlersquarterly

    Joe Dugan

    Feeling discouraged? Wishing you could share your creative work with a broader audience? Interested in travel?

    Visit www.ExPatLit.com - A Literary Review for Writers Abroad. Check out our contest for a chance to earn some money in celebration of your creative stories, essays, and poetry.

    Jessica Keener

    As a fiction editor at Agni magazine, where we publish many award-winning stories, one of my greatest thrills is finding and publishing first time writers. But even more thrilling, perhaps, is the freedom I have to publish stories without regard to the story’s salability factor (whatever that really means). When I read for Agni, I focus on the writing, the voice, and vision of the piece as it is defined by the writer’s own, unique creative terms. What joy!

    Sonja

    Tav is looking for submissions for its second issue. Tav is a multi-media periodical featuring The Canda Verses, full-color art works, Character Bank, and other creative works, accepting submissions for art, writing, music, and film. Check out the website for more details.

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