Thank you for your patience! Much has personally happened to me during the past few months and I needed to take time to resolve some things. I would like to sincerely say that I’m truly, truly grateful for all of your work; this magazine is a work of love for me and I’m passionate about everything that it represents. For that reason, it was a struggle for me to postpone the release of the 4th Collection because I felt that I was letting everyone down. Now, I’ll be starting up again, and I would truly love for you to join me as I continue doing what I’m most passionate about.
Beginning Wednesday, August 1st, you’ll start seeing the interviews from those who will be joining The Wire’s Dream family. I hope you appreciate the words that each have to say about their creative process and about their work.
Thank you again for your support and for continuously being the wonderful people that you all are.
Wishing you all a fantastic & wonderful New Year. I’m humbled to have this opportunity to meet the creators of TWD Magazine’s 3rd Collection. Editing is truly a work of love & passion (w/a bit of healthy obsession) — you have to truly love it.
And I truly loved putting together the 3rd Collection. My aim is to honor & respect the creative work of each artist (b/c writers are artists too). SO! w/o further ado, here is the class roster for the 3rd Collection!
UPDATE » Submission Window For TWD Magazine 3rd Collection Will Close Early On Sunday, November 26th @11:59 PM PST — All Submissions Sent After November 26th, 2017 Will Be Read For TWD Magazine 4th Collection, beginning January 1st, 2018.
For Future Submissions, Beginning January 1st, 2018
The Submissions window for TWD Magazine will be amended as follows:
Instead of January 1st – June 1st & July 1st – December 1st, submissions are now open from January 1st – May 1st & July 1st – November 1st.
Any submission received within the months of May (starting May 2nd), June, November (starting November 2nd), and December will be read for the next Collection during the next open submission window.
Questions? Send an email! theblacklionjournal [at] gmail [dot] com
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