Submittable’s Weekly is Again Worth Checking Out

I’ve written about Submittable before. (internal link). It remains a good resource, with interesting links each week. Click here to look at the current issue. (external link). Here are some of their topics this week:

Publishing & Journalism

On the value and necessity of hip-hop scholarship (The Chronicle of Higher Education).

The new frontier of technology-assisted biography (The Walrus).

From interviews to sketches, an exploration of mental health (YES!).

‘This book assures me that all our work holds good, even if we can’t see the long-term effects from here (Slate).’

Bias-revealing robots take on the Booker (QZ).

The infinite creative possibilities of a home library (My Modern Met).

‘Everything she was saying—about art, about the tools of comedy, about the strength of broken people who rebuild themselves—hit like a locomotive (WIRED).’

The history, and future, of the singular they (The Web of Language).

Writing: what to avoid, what to celebrate (Submittable).

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