Thriving Writers Lit Mag
It started with this question, casually posed during our writer’s group meeting on Zoom: “Would you be interested in creating a literary magazine?” Everyone on the Zoom was interested and with some brainstorming, that question has blossomed into a full-fledged literary magazine. It is always a beautiful thing to see an idea come to life.
The Thriving Writers Literary Magazine is here
Here are some highlights from the hardworking editors:
Brynn shares how you can use children’s literature to inspire your writing, Katie reflects on the post-pandemic writing world and tells us how not to write anywhere, Barbara reviews some of the hottest independent bookstores in the Baltimore area, Coty points out the risk of over-ritualizing your writing time, Jake uses bedtime stories to organize his thoughts and Will ponders on the relationship between the water aisle, the woods, and the bookstore. Oh, and there’s me: I share my writing process and the song that I think should be the Creative Person’s Melancholy Anthem.
These wonderful pieces (and more) are on the new Thriving Writers Literary Magazine. I invite you to read some of these inaugural pieces and consider writing with us and subscribe.