“An Ideal Platform for Emerging Writers”: Lena Valencia on Literary Magazines
“So much of our culture values commercial success over quality . . . literary magazines are a respite from that mentality.”
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One StoryAlso, depending on the magazine, once your piece has been accepted for publication, you get the experience of working with an editor, which can teach you a lot about your own writing.
Nicole Chung is the author of All You Can Ever Know, a national bestseller and finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award, and the new memoir A Living Remedy. Find her on Twitter: @nicolesjchung
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