Lorraine and James: Global Urban Literature is a new triannual print journal “whose mission is to till the urban landscape in search of new writers and give attention to the noncommercial work of established writers from the United States and around the globe.” I’ve just read the debut issue–fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, and an interview with fiction writer Nicholas Montemarano, plus an unusual contributors’ notes section (where writers comment on the writing of their pieces). The journal accepts submissions year-round and pays $50-$200 for published work. Click here to find out more.
Literary Journal Debuts
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