Interview with Eric Gilbert, Co-founder Treefort Music Fest

Eric Gilbert is a co-founder of Treefort Music Fest, Idaho’s largest independent music […]

Interview with Marcia Parlow, Managing Editor of New England Review

Marcia Parlow is the managing editor of New England Review. Founded in […]

Top 5 Reasons Newspapers and Media Outlets Should Engage with User-Generated Content

What’s user-generated content? Here at Submittable, we don’t really love […]

Submittable from the Editor’s Point of View

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Submittable 2014 Year in Review: Custom Forms, API, Mobile, and John Wayne Slept Here

You can do things in hotels you wouldn’t necessarily do […]

Interview with Amy McDaniel, Co-founder of Real Pants

Amy McDaniel is a fiction writer, essayist, and poet in […]

Interview with Adam Robinson, Co-founder of Real Pants

Adam Robinson, poet, HTMLGiant writer, and publisher of Publishing Genius Press, […]

Interview with Sarai Mitnick, Founder of Colette Patterns

At Submittable, we get the privilege and fun of working with […]

Are There Too Many Literary Magazines?

There is no limit to how good we can become as writers. No one has reached the pinnacle of writing, and no publication has set a bar so high that no writer could conceivably reach it. We need these lit mags, not because they give us more places to publish our stuff, but because they give us more reason to create and more opportunity to read that which others have created. There may be plenty of inferior publications out there, but the literary community is stronger than ever today because of the many opportunities made available by the lit mag boom.