Sponsor Spotlight :: Tint Journal Focuses on Writing by Non-Native English Speakers

Tint Journal Spring 2020 IssueOnline literary magazine Tint Journal was founded in 2018 during the LARB/USC Publishing Workshop. Their mission is to encourage emerging and established ESL authors to stand behind their non-native backgrounds. The publish fiction, nonfiction, and poetry by non-native English writers biannually.  They also accept interviews and reviews by contributors of any linguistic background.

By choosing English as their means of communication, these writers provide their English reading audience with an immediate take on their values, ideas, and beliefs. They bridge borders and blend cultures without the third party of the translator and offer the purest and deepest understanding of their fiction and nonfiction worlds.

Their Spring 2020 issue features essays, poetry, and fiction by Catherine C. Con, Annick Duignan, Ifeoluwa Ayandele, Eneida P. Alcalde, Sejal Ghia, Rhea Malik, E. Izabelle Cassandra Alexander, Mario Marčinko, Hibah Shabkhez, and Caroline Smadja.

Stop by their listing on NewPages to learn more about them.




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