Timothy Wojcik


#37: A Word on Old-School Submissions, by Timothy Wojcik

Like most literary journals and other publications in these technologically-driven days, our agency only accepts submissions via the internet. We have a very straightforward form on our website—hit submit, and it compiles all the information from the form into a handy email in our submissions inbox. Long gone are the days of shoeboxes filled with novel manuscripts arriving at our door, though, to be honest, I started working in publishing long after the physical submission era ended, circa years-and-years-ago. I can’t decide if mail carriers are happier or not.

Anyway, that said, we do still get the occasional physical submission amongst the smattering of magazines and contracts and J.Crew catalogs that come through our mail slot. As the person who distributes the mail around the office, it is my great privilege to be able to give these submissions a first glance. 

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