What does the Future Hold for Literary Magazines?

The Writer talks to editors of literary magazines to gain insight into the future of publishing in “What does the future look like for literary magazines?

The problem is that more people want to get published than want to read.

Print journals have seen a decrease in subscriptions which has cut into already minuscule budgets to produce issues and pay writers. But while subscription numbers can be seen decreasing…submissions are on the upswing.

Take a look at what current editors of both online and print magazines have to say about trying to stay afloat in the precarious world of literary publishing and foraying not only into online-only content, but into other ventures to keep their journals alive.




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