Media + Awards
Selected Market Listings
- Duotrope’s Digest
- Every Writer’s Resource
- New Pages
- Novel & Short Story Writer’s Market (2003 – )
- Poetry Publishers Who Accept Electronic Submissions
- Poets & Writers
Michael Alexander Chaney: Top ten literary magazines to send very VERY short flashes
National Forensic League: Approved Websites
Memorious Mag: Happy International Women’s Day: Women Editors Online
The Review Review: Online Magazines: What’s Hot, What’s Not, What’s Right for You
Columbia College Chicago: Magazine Report on Toasted Cheese
Six Questions For… Six Questions for Stephanie Lenz, Founding Editor, Toasted Cheese
It’s much quirkier and wryly funny (or funnily wry) than the clunky title suggests–and brings up an interesting question that I’ve been wondering about (not for the sake of my mental health but something that I’m writing): can supreme sanity and the subsequent lack of drama in fact cause insanity?
A Bunch of Wordz: Excerpt of “Pas de Deux” by Claire Rudy Foster
Awards for work published in Toasted Cheese
“After Seven Long Years” by Sheela Jaywant (first place, A Midsummer Tale 2009), published in Toasted Cheese 9:3 (September 2009), was selected as one of the Million Writers Award Notable Stories of 2009.
And a Few Blog Mentions…
So I got lucky about five years ago and managed to get the first short story I ever wrote published in a respected online literary journal called Toasted Cheese. … the fact that Writer’s Digest routinely names TC as one of the best websites for writers meant I was bouncing off the walls when I found out TC was publishing my story. Basically, it gave me the confidence to keep my butt in the writing chair and keep plugging away. … Over the next few years, I had several other stories published here and there, but for some strange reason I told myself I would never blog about writing until I sold my first novel. Well, I recently did just that. –Ryan Potter [Congratulations! -TC Editors]
“Me? I decided to write in the genre that’s published in about six publications, mostly online, mostly with offbeat names like Toasted Cheese (I can just hear that conversation with my mother now: ‘Hey, Mom! I’ve been published!’ ‘Where? Esquire? Atlantic Monthly?’ ‘Um. It’s an online journal. Called Toasted Cheese.’ ‘….’).” –zonkered.net [Looking forward to seeing a submission! -TC Editors]
Kristi Petersen (2nd place, Dead of Winter 2006) suggests checking out Toasted Cheese “if you like well-crafted short fiction. I’m NEVER disappointed in what I find there, and Toasted Cheese has become a must-read every few months.” –Pencils! Writing Workshop
“I also found this superb literary e-zine called Toasted Cheese. Has writing prompts, forums and contests. Very very nice.” –The I’mPerfect Mom
More mentions here.