I'm curious if anyone reads quarterlies or literary journals. If not, where do you read modern short stories if you read them at all in the world of print?
I've been submitting a lot of short stories over the past year and would like to find some more publications (like McSweeney's). Where have you guys had success?
Any recommendations or experiences to share?
Thanks and best of luck with your writing!
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