In this podcast, Women Who Submit Managing Editor, Xochitl-Julisa Bermejo and Co-founder, Ashaki Jackson join me to share why the site was founded and what a submission party is (plus how you can start one in your area). We also talk about how bloggers can dip their toes in the lit mag submission waters and what’s next for Women Who Submit.
The interview includes
- The question that Women Who Submit was created to address
- What a Women Who Submit submission party looks like from beginning to end
- How you can kick off a Women Who Submit submission party or chapter in your area or participate remotely
- Tips for bloggers who are ready to try submitting to lit mags but are not sure where to start
- Women Who Submit website series and sections to read and submit to
- How to submit your pieces on writing, submitting, and publishing to Women Who Submit
- Quick tips on what to expect when submitting to lit mags and journals: turn around times, reading fees, payment and more!
- Ashaki’s encouraging tip for dealing with rejection
Submission Savvy Online Course From Beyond Your Blog
Susan’s SumoMe Affiliate Link
For information on how to hold your own WWS submission party, in L.A. or beyond, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Closing The Gap: On Confidence and Community – Ramona Pilar
On Saying Yes: Fight The Fear – Kate Maruyama
Reconciling The Tug Of War Between Teaching And Writing – Ryane Nicole Granados
The Fabulous 40: Sister Journals To Read, Support, and Submit To in 2016 – Tisha Marie Reichle
La Busqueda – Xochitl-Julisa Bermejo (James Franco Review)
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