I came across one today called mslexia aimed at women, I know there are others. In your opinion are they helpful, worth a read and would you recomend any?
I stopped reading "writer's magazines" a long time ago. The same information is merely rehashed in a different way. Also, the information is too generalized. Instead, find other resources and apply them to your task. For example, I'm writing a screenplay about mercenaries who are paid by a megacorporation to rescue hostages. My research is specifically geared to that end. Whether it's poetry, fiction, non-f, whatever, you need to know your subject -- as detailed as possible. Writer's mags are good for libary reading and not much else.
I long ago gave up buying Writing Magazine, to me it was turning into a womans magazine, even the shops were displaying it on the 'women's interest' shelves. This weekend I went into my local newsagent, there was Writing Magazine next to the photography magazine I went in for. It had two pics of men on the front, has it changed its ways. I bought it on impulse, took it home, no different than before, the only bit worth reading was a half page article by Gordon Wells: Sell Your first Article. The Idea. first of six. As much as I like Gordon Wells, I doubt that I will buy the next 5 issues. £3.70 a go for half a page each time? nah.
by Linda 6 years ago
What literary magazines would you recommend?I'm thinking about subscribing to 1 or 2 literary magazines. Can anyone recommend any, do you know of any to steer clear of?
by Glen 8 years ago
Hopefully people know what I'm talking about. Hubs that wouldn't look out of place in a magazine. A mix of entertaining, educational, informational and not straying from the point.Have you written many?
by Devika Primić 3 years ago
Do you keep old magazines?Reading magazines has always been one of my favorite pass times. Do you still read magazines?
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by Sunday Best 5 years ago
What print magazines do you still read in these modern internet times?
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