Online Lit Magazine is Out! – Niche Lit Mag

Words cannot describe how excited I am to share this information with all of you. The literary magazine I work on, Niche, has finally released its first issue. Niche is a new and inclusive online literary magazine. We, the editors, believe that all genres of writing are important to literature and art, and hope to create that niche for them to coexist together. We look for any original and preferably unpublished works to be submitted. Accepted genres include (but are not limited to) the following: reviews, essays, fiction, creative non-fiction, flash fiction, poetry, interviews, photography and artwork.

For four months, we read dozens submissions, deciphered some colorful stories and chose what we thought best represents our niche. All of the editors, especially Katya Cummins, our founding editor, worked hard on this issue. And finally, our hard work has paid off: the issue is out!

We’ve been updating our Facebook and Twitter pages as much as possible with our progress, and have been busy with our blog and columns. We’ve even shared some useful articles about writing or fun videos about the literary world that we believe will be enjoyed.

Submissions for our second issue are already being reviewed, and I just want to say I’m looking forward to how the rest of Niche’s story will play out. We’ve overcome a lot, but we still have a long way ahead of us. I know I’m looking forward to seeing where things go.

If you or anyone you know is interested in submitting their work to a literary magazine to be published, consider Niche.

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