For those of you interested in the world of creative writing, I have included links to three helpful online resources.
1. Poets and Writers: http://www.pw.org/
This website features a helpful Tools for Writers page that includes a comprehensive list of literary magazines (both in print and online) for writers to submit there work.
2.The Association of Writers and Writing Programs of America: https://www.awpwriter.org/
AWP is the largest organization of creative writers in America. Among this websites many features is list of upcoming contests for writers to submit their work.
3 The Review Review: http://www.thereviewreview.net/
Here is how the editor of The Review Review, Becky Tuch, describes her website:”How could we expect lit mags to care about our work, when we don’t care about theirs? Why would anyone make time or pay money for our stories if we are unwilling to take a lit mag on our morning commute or shell out the twenty bucks a year for a subscription?
With over 2,000 print and online journals, however, it can be hard to know where to begin.
So I decided to make this website. Here, writers can get a deeper sense of the journals by reading reviews of the latest issues. This is not intended as a substitute for the actual journals, but merely a way to guide writers toward the journals that most interest them.”
If you are interested in publishing your work, entering a contest, or simply want to read the best work being produced in creative writing, these are three great places to begin your journey.