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What Editors Want; A Must-Read for Writers Submitting to Literary Magazines

Written by Lynne Barrett on . Posted in WRITING & READINGS


The Editor’s Job

A magazine editor is a person who enjoys bringing new writing to the world in a publication that will be seen, read, appreciated, and talked about.

This is the first fact anyone submitting to a magazine should understand. There may be two editors, or five, or a rotating group of a dozen student-editors on a board, but for purposes of this essay, let’s consider one who, if not totally in charge, has a large say in what goes on. This editor is committed to the magazine, to it reaching a readership, to its identity and survival.    

Asheville GreenWorks and Hard2Recycle

Written by Asheville GreenWorks on . Posted in GREEN LIVING

Waste reduction and recycling is a major component of our work. Establishing new recycling locations and educating the public about reducing our environmental footprint is one of our core missions. We organize the H2R collections and our Volunteers bring out the muscle for these events. If you would like to volunteer or become an event sponsor, click This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. For more information call:  828-254-1776

Campaign for Southern Equality Summer Events Update

Written by Jasmine Beach-Ferrara on . Posted in NEIGHBORHOODS & COMMUNITIES

Our work extends beyond the courts, and beyond the issue of marriage equality. I'm excited to share that CSE is gearing up for a summer full of free Community Law Workshops to help LGBTQ folks in the South protect their rights. We're honored to be partnering with our friends at the Freedom Center for Social Justice’s LGBTQ Law Center to jointly provide free Health Care Power of Attorney clinics at Pride celebrations across North Carolina. The complete schedule is as follows:

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