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Molly, I m sorry I m not much help since I ve done so little magazine writing, but I ll ask around and let you know what I find. From what I hear, it isn t easy to get either published at the moment, but good luck.
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This list is great. Wanted to add that The Evansville Review also pubs flash cnf. They took a piece of mine this past year, and their contributors list is pretty impressive!
PANACEA is soon-to-be your destination for a transparent look at the leading cutting edge of all things literary, music and art-like in Canada. But before they launch in the Fall, they need poetry and fiction!
TheNew York Times Magazine Lives column is another great place to get published. The best way to submit to any large publication is to have someone put you in touch with the editor of the column.
Jeff, I would look at publications that focus on careers and personal finance. I 8767 ve written a few pieces for The Billfold, which is anything-goes when it comes to jobs, making ends meet, interesting careers, and so on. I always find myself chuckling at The Billfold, too.
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If you write short stories or poems, there 8767 s also http:// which is a great place to submit your work. You can get feedback on your work in the form of reviews, recommendations, favourites, and more. 🙂
Charley, it 8767 s definitely an outlet-by-outlet preference, but I doubt most will state that on their submissions pages you 8767 ll have to ask. But it can 8767 t hurt I suspect most editors understand personal concerns and can help make the best judgment regarding whether a pseudonym works for their site.