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Coffeetown Press: Now Accepting Manuscript Queries

Coffeetown Press is a literary and non-fiction imprint owned by Epicenter Press. They primarily publish non-fiction, as well as memoir, literary fiction, and historical fiction. They have good local distribution in the Pacific Northwest where they are based, but outside of that region their distribution is more limited. Their books do tend to sell well…

Ex/Post Magazine: Now Seeking Submissions

Ex/Post is a brand new online magazine publishing daring fiction, poetry, nonfiction, essays, plays, and more. They’re looking for of-the-moment writing, and they love experimental work: “Send us your secret radio transmissions or your experiments gone awry,” they say, “we will welcome all of it.”   Since publishing their first issue earlier this year, Ex/Post has…

How to Make Time to Write: COVID-19 Edition

“All writers have this vague hope that the elves will come in the night and finish any stories.” ― Neil Gaiman Time for writing doesn’t make itself. This might seem like a ridiculously obvious statement, yet it is a trap writers fall into all the time, myself included. If you have a good writing habit…

The Authors Publish Fund for Literary Journals

Since the Coronovirus pandemic started, a lot of literary journals have been under more stress than ever. Academic journals lost organizers and funding, and a number of wonderful journals went under, for financial reasons, or logistical restraints. Many journals switched over to charging fees for submissions and the ones that remained fee-free were slammed with…