If you’ve had an essay published in a literary magazine in 2016, it’s worth the effort to make sure that your work is considered for .
If you were published in a print journal, there’s a good chance the editors of that journal sent issues directly to Best American Essays editors for consideration.
As this year draws to a close, I want to share with you a Best American Essays submission tip that I first learned from my mentor Sonya Huber.
If you’re not yet familiar with The Best American Essays series, you are in for a treat.
This is the first and only major series that announces its focus on the essay—a genre whose plasticity, timelessness, popularity, and centrality to nonfiction writing make it especially important in the field of nonfiction literature.