From time to time we like to let editors know what is happening with EWR. We’ve added some features that will help you get the word out about your publications. In our sidebar, you
We want to increase the value and quality of our Writing Sense blog. Many of our readers are both great editors and great writers and we are looking to work with you to improve our site. We are now paying $100 for each guest post.
I know we’ve asked for donations in the past, and if you can help us out that way we always appreciate it, but today I’m asking for something much easier.
Well if you searched our site on Google yesterday, and maybe today, you will see a warning that says our site “may have been compromised.” Boy did this get us all jumping. We did not know that around the time of the Google crawl, we had someone having fun with the site. When I say fun, I mean they were trying to cause us all kinds of trouble and break into our home page.
A?Social Network that Works for You! You know how when you first started your literary magazine and then you wanted people to come and see it? What did you do? You joined a social network maybe twitter or facebook or maybe myspace. You then had to do twice as much work. You spent your days […]
This is a rewrite of our Best Online Literary Magazines list we originally published it over a year ago. This list along with our Top 50 literary magazine list has gotten a lot of