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Lit Mag Spotlight: Nimrod International Journal
It’s the last full month of summer, and we’re shining our Lit Mag Spotlight on the renowned Nimrod International Journal. Run out of the University of Tulsa and in print since 1956 (!!), Nimrod aims to publish new and well-known writers alike from all walks of life and all corners of the globe. Read a little about their mission, what makes them cringe, and why you should subscribe (or keep subscribing)! Enjoy!
CONTEST: Comment on the blog post (link above) by September 3 to enter to win a one-year subscription to Nimrod!
Lit Mag Spotlight: Nimrod International Journal

It’s the last full month of summer, and we’re shining our Lit Mag Spotlight on the renowned Nimrod International Journal. Run out of the University of Tulsa and in print since 1956 (!!), Nimrod aims to publish new and well-known writers alike from all walks of life and all corners of the globe. Read a little about their mission, what makes them cringe, and why you should subscribe (or keep subscribing)! Enjoy!

CONTEST: Comment on the blog post (link above) by September 3 to enter to win a one-year subscription to Nimrod!

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WANTED: Real Stories From Our Readers
We want to publish YOUR stories about making submissions.
> Did you get an unusual/funny/unexpected rejection?
> Did a submission that was originally turned down suddenly receive an acceptance letter?
> What was your most meaningful acceptance so far? Your most meaningful rejection?
> In your opinion, what does it take to make successful submissions?
> Anything else you want to share about what it’s like to be a writer making submissions?
If you would like us to consider publishing YOUR true story on our blog, post it here as a comment!
Genre: Nonfiction
Deadline: September 8
Length: 300 words MAX
CONTEST:  We are going to compile our favorite stories to share with our followers. Leave a comment below by September 8th, and you’ll be entered to win a copy of our acclaimed book, THE HAPPY WRITER! U.S. residents only.

WANTED: Real Stories From Our Readers

We want to publish YOUR stories about making submissions.

> Did you get an unusual/funny/unexpected rejection?

> Did a submission that was originally turned down suddenly receive an acceptance letter?

What was your most meaningful acceptance so far? Your most meaningful rejection?

> In your opinion, what does it take to make successful submissions?

> Anything else you want to share about what it’s like to be a writer making submissions?

If you would like us to consider publishing YOUR true story on our blog, post it here as a comment!

Genre: Nonfiction

Deadline: September 8

Length: 300 words MAX

CONTEST:  We are going to compile our favorite stories to share with our followers. Leave a comment below by September 8th, and you’ll be entered to win a copy of our acclaimed book, THE HAPPY WRITER! U.S. residents only.

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maxkirin:

A kind follower reminded me of that '7 Cardinal Rules of Life' post going around, and they asked me if I would ever do my take on them (that being, a writerly take). Well, seeing as how I’ve been running a Writer Positivity series for over 100 posts, I thought it would be a fun chance to collect some of my favorite advice!

PS: The above are not meant to be taken as ‘literal’ rules for writing, but rather advice for leading the lifestyle of a writer~ ♥︎

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