Welcome to The Yeah Write Review

Issue 03 of The Yeah Write Review is here!

The Yeah Write Review is made up of 3 things:

1. Advice articles about fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. These articles aim to help you improve your writing, or at least make you think about writing in a new way. At the end of each article is a list of “Further Reading”—well known works that showcase the literary technique we described in the article.

2. Short stories, creative nonfiction, and poems submitted to us and culled through by our amazing staff. Each piece corresponds to the proceeding advice article.

3. Beautiful, full color photography!

If you like what you read on Yeah Write!, you’ll love The Review. Its articles are much more extensive and advanced, and the pieces are beautiful! Check it out yeah writers!

Click here to buy print and/or digital copies.

Want to write an advice article for Issue 03 of The Yeah Write Review?

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Wow, this is our first post about Issue 03! So exciting! IT IS TIIIME.

And we need some savvy writers to contribute some of our advice articles! This is a great way to get your name in the mag, and an excellent nonfiction publication credit to put on your resume!

This issue, we’ve created a “Topic Bucket”, below, based on topics that are missing or underrepresented on Yeah Write’s Advice page. These are just suggested topics, but writers can pitch their own, too.

If you’re interested in writing an advice article, send Yeah Write an ask with your email address. We’ll email you our Advice Writer Guide, which will tell you everything you need to know about writing with us. This doesn’t bind you to writing an article, it just shares the next steps.

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TOPIC BUCKET

Potential Fiction Topics:

  • Representing races and/or cultures other than your own
  • How to gauge whether you’ve spent too much or too little time on setting
  • A general overview of magical realism as a genre (mostly how it differs from fantasy) Assigned
  • The difference between narrative mode (and a description of each sub type—ie the difference between omniscient and close third) and point of view
  • How to write a fight/first meeting/love/breakup Assigned/party/concert/etc. scene (take your pick!)
  • An exploration of any niche genre would be cool (so far on Yeah Write the only one we’ve discussed is Survival Horror. If more than one writer wanted to do one of these, it’s fine as long as they’re different genres!)

Nonfiction Topics:

  • Writing semi-autobiographical fiction
  • Turning real people into characters
  • The dilemma of representing time and chronology when trying to construct real events into a narrative

Poetry Topics:

  • Telling a story using poetic form (ie epic poetry)
  • …I know very little about poetry so basically anything you can think of, I’m good with, haha
Want to write an advice article for Issue 03 of The Yeah Write Review?

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Issue 03! Ahh! IT IS TIIIME.

And we need some savvy writers to contribute some of our advice articles! This is a great way to get your name in the mag, and an excellent nonfiction publication credit to put on your resume!

This issue, we’ve created a “Topic Bucket”, below, based on topics that are missing or underrepresented on Yeah Write’s Advice page. These are just suggested topics, but writers can pitch their own, too.

If you’re interested in writing an advice article, send Yeah Write an ask with your email address. We’ll email you our Advice Writer Guide, which will tell you everything you need to know about writing with us. This doesn’t bind you to writing an article, it just shares the next steps (via a lovely PDF).

The nitty gritty: Final articles will be due April 12, but there will be a couple of draft/edit deadlines between now and then. Articles are between 1000 and 1500 words long. Also, working with us is really fun.

Again, if you’re interested in writing an advice article, send Yeah Write an ask with your email address and we’ll send you more information about the process. 

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TOPIC BUCKET

Potential Fiction Topics:

  • Representing races and/or cultures other than your own
  • How to gauge whether you’ve spent too much or too little time on setting
  • A general overview of magical realism as a genre (mostly how it differs from fantasy) Assigned
  • The difference between narrative mode (and a description of each sub type—ie the difference between omniscient and close third) and point of view
  • How to write a fight/first meeting/breakup Assigned/party/concert/etc. scene (take your pick!)
  • An exploration of any niche genre would be cool (so far on Yeah Write the only one we’ve discussed is Survival Horror. If more than one writer wanted to do one of these, it’s fine as long as they’re different genres!) Assigned: Gothic Fiction.

Nonfiction Topics:

  • Writing semi-autobiographical fiction
  • Turning real people into characters
  • The dilemma of representing time and chronology when trying to construct real events into a narrative

Poetry Topics:

  • Telling a story using poetic form (ie epic poetry)
  • …I know very little about poetry so basically anything you can think of, I’m good with, haha

Issue 03 of The Yeah Write Review is here!

The Yeah Write Review is made up of 3 things:

1. Advice articles about fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. These articles aim to help you improve your writing, or at least make you think about writing in a new way. At the end of each article is a list of “Further Reading”—well known works that showcase the literary technique we described in the article.

2. Short stories, creative nonfiction, and poems submitted to us and culled through by our amazing staff. Each piece corresponds to the proceeding advice article.

3. Beautiful, full color photography!

If you like what you read on Yeah Write!, you’ll love The Review. Its articles are much more extensive and advanced, and the pieces are beautiful! Check it out yeah writers!

Click here to buy print and/or digital copies.

Welcome to The Yeah Write Review

Issue 03 of The Yeah Write Review is here!

The Yeah Write Review is made up of 3 things:

1. Advice articles about fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. These articles aim to help you improve your writing, or at least make you think about writing in a new way. At the end of each article is a list of “Further Reading”—well known works that showcase the literary technique we described in the article.

2. Short stories, creative nonfiction, and poems submitted to us and culled through by our amazing staff. Each piece corresponds to the proceeding advice article.

3. Beautiful, full color photography!

If you like what you read on Yeah Write!, you’ll love The Review. Its articles are much more extensive and advanced, and the pieces are beautiful! Check it out yeah writers!

Click here to buy print and/or digital copies.

We still need a couple of people to write nonfiction & poetry articles for Issue 03!

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The Yeah Write Review | Issue 03 production has begun!

We still need some volunteers to write advice articles about nonfiction or poetry.

This is a great way to get your name in the mag, and an excellent nonfiction publication credit to put on your resume!

This issue, we’ve created a “Topic Bucket”, below, based on topics that are missing or underrepresented on Yeah Write’s Advice page. These are just suggested topics, but writers can pitch their own, too.

If you’re interested in writing an advice article, send Yeah Write an ask with your email address. We’ll email you our Advice Writer Guide, which will tell you everything you need to know about writing with us. This doesn’t bind you to writing an article, it just shares the next steps (via a lovely PDF).

The nitty gritty: Final articles will be due April 12, but there will be a couple of draft/edit deadlines between now and then. Articles are between 1000 and 1500 words long. Also, working with us is really fun.

Again, if you’re interested in writing an advice article, send Yeah Write an ask with your email address and we’ll send you more information about the process. 

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TOPIC BUCKET

Nonfiction Topics:

  • Writing semi-autobiographical fiction
  • Turning real people into characters Assigned
  • The dilemma of representing time and chronology when trying to construct real events into a narrative

Poetry Topics:

  • Telling a story using poetic form (ie epic poetry)
  • …I know very little about poetry so basically anything you can think of, I’m good with, haha

Welcome to The Yeah Write Review

Issue 03 of The Yeah Write Review is here!

The Yeah Write Review is made up of 3 things:

1. Advice articles about fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. These articles aim to help you improve your writing, or at least make you think about writing in a new way. At the end of each article is a list of “Further Reading”—well known works that showcase the literary technique we described in the article.

2. Short stories, creative nonfiction, and poems submitted to us and culled through by our amazing staff. Each piece corresponds to the proceeding advice article.

3. Beautiful, full color photography!

If you like what you read on Yeah Write!, you’ll love The Review. Its articles are much more extensive and advanced, and the pieces are beautiful! Check it out yeah writers!

Click here to buy print and/or digital copies.

Heya savvy writers-

Due to a last minute drop out, we still need someone to write an article on how to turn real-life people into characters in memoir pieces for Issue 02 of The Yeah Write Review.

If you’d be interested in writing an article about that, leave your email address in our ASK or SUBMIT box and we’ll send you over our Advice Writer Guide, which will talk more about the process, timeline, etc.

Advice articles are usually pretty short, between 1000 and 1500 words, and we’re hoping to have final drafts around April 12 (although the writer of this article would be given an extension since they’d already be a little behind in the process).

We have all of our other advice articles lined up for this issue and I’m really excited!

An update on Issue 03:

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So I realize that the end of May is rapidly approaching, for which I apologize. Life has just been getting in the way lately… work, moving, bla bla bla, you get the idea.

We also had some glitches with advice articles and submissions, but that’s pretty par for the course haha.

Photographers who’re still waiting will be notified soon… if you haven’t heard yet, that means I like your photo a lot, I just have to see if it’ll fit in the magazine/with a story when I finish everything else. But you should consider your photo “accepted” cause the ones I have I really like, it’s just a matter of spacing.

But I did have some time off today and got about halfway done and it IS coming soon, promise!! Thanks for being patient y’all!

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