Whether you’re researching graduate programs in creative writing, book contests, or just submitting to literary magazines this summer, we recommend a visit to the LitBridge website. In addition to gathering links and screening an enormous amount of information on the creative writing community, the folks at LitBridge have also prepared a number of articles on topics like coordinating a reading series or applying to MFA programs. It’s another site like Duotrope or Poets&Writers that can save poets a great deal of time and energy. And wouldn’t we all rather spend that time with the page?
New Web-Tool for Writers: LitBridge
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