Black Lawrence Press
August 28, 2011

Coming up in this week’s Sapling

Kate Rutledge Jaffe and Josh Fomon of CutBank Literary Magazine discuss the unique challenges and rewards of producing a long-standing graduate-student-run journal, an affinity for the strange and estranged, and what really makes a strong submission stand out. In every issue, BLP profiles a journal and small press that we love and gives you the scoop on an upcoming contest.

Proposals for Profiles: Sapling is still seeking proposals for future articles to run in our new series of Writing Conference and Community Workshop Profiles. If you’ve recently attended (or are planning to attend) a summer writing conference, a community workshop in major city, or a similar type of writing program that you think the Sapling community would benefit from knowing about, please talk to us! If you’d be interested in writing about your experience for a future Sapling feature, please send an email to: kit@blacklawrencepress.com.

Only Three Days Left to take advantage of our summer subscription sale!

Sapling goes out via email every Tuesday. To join our growing list of Sapling subscribers and to read a little more about what we do, visit http://blacklawrence.homestead.com/sapling.html. Through August 31, you can take advantage of our summer sale: half-off subscription rates! That’s something worth writing about.

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