Self-Doubt and the Submission Process
In the first installment of this three-part column, Eva Recinos explores how we can get out of our own heads and into a space where we can submit work
This probably won’t work out for me, but let me try anyway
Shouldn’t you be better at this by now? Why is it taking you so long to write this draft? So-and-so is super prolific; why aren’t you?
Eva Recinos is a Los Angeles-based editor and writer. Her profiles, features and reviews have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, GOOD, The Guardian, KCET Artbound, Art21, Bitch, Jezebel and more. Her essays have appeared in Electric Literature, PANK, Blood Orange Review, Catapult, Refinery29 and more. She was a 2019 Idyllwild Writer's Week Nonfiction Fellow and a 2021 Pen America Emerging Voices Fellowship finalist. Eva runs a free monthly newsletter for creatives called Notes from Eva.
Photograph by Elaine Torres
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