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It's easy to forget that us editors are writers too. Of course we want to submit our work. Of course we want that bit of notoriety that comes along. But, like all writers, our work doesn't just magic itself into a submissions box. We have to write and send it too. Just like you.
The Wire’s Dream Magazine is listed on Poets & Writers!
Poets & Writers offers an amazing list of places to submit your work and to discover new and established publishers. The Wire’s Dream is honored to be included in that list!
- Visit www.pw.org
- On the “Publish Your Writing” tab, click on “Literary Magazines“
- Using the search box on top of the search filters, type The Wire’s Dream Magazine!