On March 1, my friend Kelly Davio and I will open submissions for the Tahoma Literary Review, a literary journal dedicated to publishing excellent poetry and fiction, and to paying our writers professional rates. The journal will be published quarterly, in both print and e-reader formats. We’re really excited about the possibilities.
If you’ve followed my blog for a while, you know how committed I am to great writing and fair compensation for poets and writers. This journal, which we have been planning for many months, is an effort to produce a literary journal from the professional writer’s perspective. A major goal of Tahoma Literary Review isto show that writers and publishers can support each other not only artistically, but also financially.
We believe in a collaborative publication model. Literary journals that pay their contributors are rare; most such journals offer only exposure, a somewhat questionable concept in…
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