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You Don’t Have to Apologize for Not Having an MFA

April 21, 2014 • Poetry, TLR News

Over my years of editing, I’ve noticed commonalities in submissions. Often, the trends are in the subject matter of poems in my submission queue (2011, for example, was a rousing year for poems about mythical animals) or in the forms of poems (sonnets seem to come in waves that are far between, but always welcome). This… Read More ›

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You Don’t Have to Apologize for Not Having an MFA

Over my years of editing, I’ve noticed commonalities in submissions. Often, the trends are in the subject matter of poems in my submission queue (2011, for example, was a rousing year for poems about mythical animals) or in the forms of poems (sonnets seem to come in waves that are far between, but always welcome). This… Read More ›

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Why Are Only Two of Us Reading?

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I was talking with a colleague recently, a fiction editor for a well-known journal based in the eastern part of the country, and she mentioned the frustration of having to rely on first and second readers to go through submissions, before any of the stories got to her desk. It’s a necessary situation for many… Read More ›

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