It turns out, Anne had submitted a piece to ten lit mags and a lower-tier place accepted her work right away. The "weird" thing was when she withdrew from the higher-tier places, two got back to her telling her they were moved by her work and one said they would have published her piece had she not withdrawn it.
Getting such positive response all at once from lit mags was not how things were for Anne before she joined Lit Mag Love.
Anne enrolled in Lit Mag Love because she was frustrated with the submission process. Up to that point, most of her work was getting rejected and she wouldn’t hear back from most literary magazines for many months.
“Getting published seemed nearly impossible,” Anne said.
Anne had gone from months and months of waiting—with many rejections—to having journals fighting to publish her work!
Lit Mag Love showed her how she had been going at submitting “all wrong.”
“As soon as I took Rachel’s advice, I started to get acceptance letters in my email. (I just wish I had listened to her about submitting to my tier-one magazines first!)”
“I highly recommend Rachel’s lit mag publishing course. It really fuels you to get published and makes the process easy. The best thing is you will see results!”
Once registered, you will have lifetime access to the lessons, as well as free updated and new lessons. (For each new session I update the lessons and often add new ones.)
Each video lesson in the course comes with concrete, detailed assignment. You will need to have 3-5 hours available per week of the course session to do the assignment, but you set your own schedule. (You could skip a week and double-up the next, for example.)
Each week in the course we have office hours where you can come and ask questions live. I set the times for our live calls based upon when the current cohort is available (and I will set up personal meetings with any outliers). Video replays are available after each live call.
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