Anyone who submits to lit mags should be familiar with the term ‘blind review.’ This is usually accompanied with directions to remove your name and identifying info from all pages of your submission, except for the cover letter (which should be in a separate document). This way only the editor that receives the incoming submissions… Continue reading On Blind Review: Or, The Problem of Pretend Objectivity
October is officially here (we know because there's snow) and that means we're ready to let you know about our September Patreon contest. The September contest was inspired by our new logos and required participants to include the following quote from Robert Kroetsch's novel What the Crow Said: "And that was the first time the… Continue reading Writing Contest Reveal!
If you've followed us since Issue 1, then you know that our inaugural issue was solicitation-only, and that we used that model to put established authors beside emerging writers. You already know we like work that b(l)ends genres and operates on multiple levels, according to varying types of readers. And putting together the first issue… Continue reading On Putting Together Issue 2
What does literary brevity look like? Show us! Hey everyone, we've been vetting your writing for antilang. no. 2 and we're blown away by your incredible words! Now we're looking for an amazing piece of art that captures the essence of good short writing for the issue's cover. What does literary brevity look like? Show us! Maybe you'll go… Continue reading Issue 2 Cover Art Contest
Hello! As you know, antilang. is now open for submissions for issue 2. And, if you’ve clicked our submittable button, you’ll see that there’s a section for leaving a cover letter. But what does a cover letter for a literary magazine entail? If you’re just starting to send out your work, the cover letter and… Continue reading On Cover Letters & Bios
Do you love to click buttons? Of course you do, it's half the reason any of us are on the internet! Well, we've got a fancy new button for you to click on our submission guidelines page, which will lead you to our Submittable page where you can click a plethora of new buttons. And while you're there, you… Continue reading You know you wanna click that button!