For emerging authors and writers, getting published is of paramount importance. Unfortunately, that’s often easier said than done.
For established writers, it’s important to be published by respectable sources. Even if you have a book under your wing, that can still be difficult.
Slice Magazine provides an answer to both dilemmas: it’s a twice-yearly non-profit literary print magazine based out of Brooklyn, and it thrives on the fusion between emerging and established authors. For NYC authors, Slice is a dream come true. It’s respected nationally, culturally themed, and a platform for voices of all volumes and pitches.