Lit Mag Love

Lit Mag Love helps writers find places to publish where they may find their words cherished by readers. Each episodes features an interview with a literary magazine editor about submitting to their publication. Hosted by Rachel Thompson.

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Episode 7: Let Love Lead You (Derek Askey)

Episode 6: Invest in Relationships (Pamela Mulloy)

Episode 5: Listen to the Writing (Chelene Knight)

Episode 4: How Writing is like Running and Cycling featuring Andrea Bennett (Maisonneuve)

Episode 3: Make Something Strange featuring Thea Prieto (The Gravity of the Thing)

Episode 2: Expose Something Scary featuring John Haggerty (The Forge)

Episode 2.2: Nahid Rachlin's "Three Sharp-Edged Memories"

Episode 1: No Subject is Off Limits featuring Shashi Bhat (Event Magazine)


About the Host

Rachel Thompson joined her first feminist collective while attending a small-town elementary school in Manitoba, and Room's editorial collective in 2010, where she previously served as Managing Editor. Her debut collection of poems, Galaxy (Anvil Press, 2011), won the SFU Writer's Studio's First Book Competition. She helps writers get ready to reveal their words (and their brilliancy) through her project, We Are Lit Writers.

Credits

Host: Rachel Thompson
Editor: Meghan Bell
Music: https://musicformakers.com/songs/the-return/
Produced by Room magazine and Rachel Thompson

Season One of Lit Mag Love is sponsored by Lit Mag Love, an online course by Rachel Thompson

Currently on Newsstands

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    Room 40.3, Migration
    Edited by Nav Nagra

    In this issue:

    Rasha Abdulhadi, Juliane Okot Bitek, Ariane Both, Aimee Henny Brown, Leonarda Carranza, Rose-Anne Chabot, Karla Comanda, Marita Dachsel, Stacy Gardner, Branwyn Holroyd, Sandeep Johal, Sharon Kirsch, Katherine Koller, Lydia Kwa, Emily McKibbon, Amanda Merpaw, Shelley Marie Motz, Dorothy Nielsen, Rita O’Grady, Kimberly Peterson, Claire Polders, Ramna Safeer, Nilofar Shidmehr, Arielle Spence, Chanda Stallman, Catherine J. Stewart, Florence Treadwell, Sarah Wolfson, Annie Wong

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