Interviews, Book Reviews and Craft Essays: For 2017 and beyond, we are moving Craft Talk articles from the web to inside our journal. Our Craft Talk section will feature interviews, book reviews, and craft essays.We are seeking well-written reviews of soon-to-be or newly-published books of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction and equally well-written essays on the craft of writing either prose or poetry, and on the life of being a writer/artist. We appreciate smart or humorous writing and especially smart, humorous writing. We are seeking interviews with interesting and dynamic writers and artists.
Interviews: Up to 3,000 words. Query first. Send queries in care of our Craft Talk Editor Ms. Charlie Lewis: email@example.com. Please include background information on the interviewee along with some information about yourself and your writing career. Interviews will be expected to include high-resolution photographs of the interviewee and his/her latest work. Interviews are posted on a special section of our website “Interviews & Conversations” after publication in the journal.
Reviews: Up to 1,200 words. Literary works only. You must submit reviews through Submittable only.
Craft Essays: Up to 2,000 words. Essays on the craft of writing either poetry or prose. Essays on what it is to become/to be a writer or artist. You must submit craft essays through Submittable only. We are interested in micro-essays. You may submit up to 3 micro-essays (no more than 1,000 words total) in one submission.
Craft Talk articles will receive monetary compensation and an annual e-book subscription to TTR.