17-year-old Brevity publishes 750 word or less non-fiction essays in their coveted quarterly magazine. Editor Dinty W. Moore spoke with Beyond Your Blog and covered how to make your submission stand out among their large submission pool, how reading fees are used, unique opportunities that have come to authors published on Brevity and much more!
The interview includes
- Brevity’s definition of brief/flash non-fiction
- What Dinty and his team are looking for in a stand out submission
- Some recently published pieces you’ll want to read on Brevity to get a better feel for their publication before you submit
- Brevity‘s stance on previously published work and simultaneous submissions
- How difficult it is to get published by Brevity
- What you should know about response times, reading fees, and payment for writers at Brevity
- The types of book reviews Brevity wants to publish more of
- Opportunities that have come to authors published on Brevity
- The places Dinty aspires to have his writing published
- What to look for from Brevity in 2016 – including a podcast!
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