Thursday, May 14, 2015

Call for Nonfiction Submissions: The Writer's Monthly Review Magazine

The Writer’s Monthly Review Magazine
2413 Bethel Rd.
Logansport , LA 71049 USA 


writersmonthlyreviewmagATgmailDOTcom (Change AT to @ and DOT to .)

SUBMISSION CALL for the JUNE 2015 Issue
Deadline for submissions is set for MAY 25th for the JUNE edition so get those articles in. I’d like to see how-to’s dealing with rejection, articles dealing with manuscript format, articles dealing with everyday life of a writer, conference and workshop news, dealing with editors … you get the picture. If anyone has market news or updates please send those to me as soon as possible. 

I would also like to see inspirational articles for each issue – keep the length between 500 and 2000 words. Please, please put your name, address and email on each manuscript and shortly following each article, add a short bio. Manuscripts will not be read if they don’t have names, etc. 

The Writer’s Monthly Review is a magazine where writers, poets, authors, editors, Publishers and literary agents come together under one roof offering inspiration, motivation, encouragement and knowledge with one another.

A magazine for writers of every genre
$25 per year for 12 issues/published monthly 

1) This is a place where new writers can read articles and learn from the mistakes of others; get encouragement, inspiration, motivation and feedback from other writers; our readers are for those who enjoy reading about writing to learn, etc. Our panel of writers will share information and knowledge in unique ways you won’t find in a classroom… 

2) We have two editors on board who will be editing manuscripts and offering suggestions in rewrites…rewrites if necessary will be left up to writers. 

3) Every month, we publish anywhere between 10-20 articles per month. We work with new writers and will accept articles based on subject matter, content and valuable information useful to other writers each month; we will include guest editorials, articles from agents, experts and editors as they are presented to us. We are not limited to either group.

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