Editorial Update: 10/30/2015

Happy Friday, Happy Halloween, and happy all related holidays, readers! Women Tweet Lit! month was a great success, featuring work by Namitha Varma-Rajesh, S. Kay, Sarah Vernetti, Shelly Bryant, Melanie Griffin, A.M. Gamble, Peg Duthie, Anji L., and Sarah BT. Many thanks to all of them for sharing their work!

Writers of Color Tweet Lit! begins on Monday and we already have some great pieces lined up. However, we are still looking for 6 poems or stories to fill up the rest of the month. We’re also currently reading for Queer Writers Tweet Lit! Details here.

There are currently 14 submissions in the queue. Our earliest outstanding submission is from October 15. If you submitted before then, please get in touch: 7x20mag AT gmail DOT com.

Thanks for reading! Questions and comments welcomed.

Editorial Update: 10/2/2015

Happy Friday, readers! This week we continued our Women Tweet Lit! month with work by Sarah Vernetti, Shelly Bryant, and Melanie Griffin.

Currently, the submissions queue is empty! If you’ve submitted and have not heard back, please get in touch: 7x20mag AT gmail DOT com. It’s a great time to send us your work.

Please note, we are still reading and accepting submissions for our first theme month, Women Tweet Lit! We will continue reading until the issue is full. We are also now officially reading for November’s Writers of Color Tweet Lit! We can’t wait to read your submissions. Details here.

Thanks for reading! Questions and comments welcomed.

Editorial Update: 10/2/2015

Happy Friday, readers! This week we featured work by Kim Peter Kovac and kicked off our Women Tweet Lit! month with work by Namitha Varma-Rajesh and S. Kay.

Currently, we have 25 submissions under consideration in the queue. Our earliest outstanding submission is from September 21. If you submitted before then, please get in touch: 7x20mag AT gmail DOT com.

Please note, we are still reading and accepting submissions for our first theme month, Women Tweet Lit! We will continue reading until the issue is full. We are also now officially reading for November’s Writers of Color Tweet Lit! Send us your work ASAP! Details here.

Thanks for reading! Questions and comments welcomed.