You want to write a column for Literary Mama, but what comes first? How does your work go from a pitch email to monthly publication? This month, Columns editors Whitney Archer and Denise Guibord share insight on what they look for and what they love to see in their inbox.
You’ve written it, but now it needs a home. How does a submission make the cut? In this series, the editors at Literary Mama offer their thoughts on the process. This month, Literary Reflections editors Andrea Lani and Libby Maxey share with readers some insight into the pieces they love and the submissions they seek.
Congratulations to these Literary Mama staff members! ~~~~~ Andrea Lani, Literary Reflections Editor published an essay called “No Fun,” about a Psychedelic Furs concert and the nature of having fun in your 40s, at The Manifest Station. She also shared some …
We’re looking for five individuals—a Creative Nonfiction/Fiction Editorial Assistant, a Poetry Editorial Assistant, a Columns Editor, a Newsletter Editor, and a Social Media Editor—to join our efforts in publishing literary writing about motherhood. Deadline for applications is April 2, 2017.
Literary Mama is excited to chat on Facebook this month. We invite you to join us on Thursday, October 20, throughout the day to answer questions regarding motherhood and writing. Our focus will revolve around the increasing rhetoric in parenting and when to draw …
Congratulations to these Literary Mama staff members on their recent accomplishments!
Interested in writing a profile for Literary Mama? Learn more about what we’re looking for from Christina Consolino, Literary Mama’s profiles editor.