Here you can see a list of private libraries of note. These are the collections of famous authors, wealthy nobles, and various assorted eccentrics.
When you’re struggling through the endless lists of literary publications, trying to figure out which ones you should submit to, you’ll probably go looking for a little advice.
Sending submissions to literary magazines can be a tedious experience, and one that nearly guarantees we’ll see rejection after rejection. Linda’s advice is a welcome reminder of exactly why we should collect the rejections, and keep trying to get published in lit journals.
It’s just about that time of year again!! The Chestatee Review will be launching its 2017 edition very soon, and you know we’re gonna celebrate. We’re having… Read more “Party!”
This month and next, we’ll have two published authors come to speak with us about their works, their craft, and their experiences in publishing. Maggie Mitchell, author… Read more “New: Upcoming Author Visits”
A celebration of some of the most fascinating female characters in literature.
Starkey Flythe was a member of The Authors Club of Augusta, which sponsors this poetry contest.
The New York Times called Maggie Mitchell’s new book a “stunning, multilayered debut.” Maggie will be coming by the Dahlonega Literary Festival on March 25th and 26th. Then catch Michael Pitre the following month.
Curious about what working with your school’s literary journal can do for you? The Dahlonega Open House is open to anybody who wants to get a little… Read more “Dahlonega Open House is Coming Soon”