The Write Place At the Write Time (ABOUT):

A member of the Council of Literary Magazines and Presses (CLMP), listed on the Poets & Writers site, NewPages.com, EWR, Duotrope Digest, P&E, The Review Review and the 2012 Novel and Short Stories Market, The Write Place At the Write Time is a quarterly online literary journal featuring fiction, poetry, non-fiction, writer resources, contests, tools and essays by professionals, original fine artwork/photography and interviews with best-selling authors such as Janet Fitch (White Oleander), Alice Hoffman (Practical Magic), Arthur Golden (Memoirs of a Geisha), Jodi Picoult (My Sister's Keeper), Frances Mayes (Under the Tuscan Sun), Eric Weiner (The Geography of Bliss) and Sarah Ban Breathnach (Simple Abundance) as well as numerous industry professionals including Naomi Epel (The Observation Deck- A Tool Kit for Writers), Michael Hirst- writer and producer of the Golden Globe-nominated series, The Tudors, award-winning author and editor, Terri Windling, who helped to establish the publishing imprints of Ace and Tor, and agent Jeff Herman whose innovative publisher/agent/editor guides have been written up in Forbes magazine.

Our writers and artists range from previously unpublished to having done work for The New York Times, Newsweek, Business Week, The Wall Street Journal, Time magazine and Random House. Our fine artists have diverse backgrounds including shows sponsored by The New York Times. Our publication has been featured on the television program Creative Women Today and was profiled in Sabotage Review, Writers in Business and Book Readers Heaven.

*We are currently accepting submissions of fiction, poetry, memoir-style non fiction/ personal essay, and professional/expert writing craft essays. Please see our submission guidelines page before submitting. The deadline for submissions is June 1st. This issue, set to be released this summer, will be our Four Year Anniversary Issue.

To get a feel for the magazine content, you can visit our current issue or our archives page. (http://www.thewriteplaceatthewritetime.org/home.html)