The Southeast Review‘s Writing Regimen is a 30-day writing project for poets, essayists, and fiction writers who crave some motivation and structure for a concentrated period of time. Another session (for adults) starts on October 1. (If you’re interested in the Young Writers’ Regimen, the next one begins August 31.)
For $15, writers will get the following: daily writing prompts; a daily reading-writing exercise; a “riff word” of the day; a podcast of the day from an editor or writer; a quote of the day from a famous writer; weekly craft talks from established writers; a free copy of the new issue of the Southeast Review (vol. 27.2); membership in a web forum to share work and get feedback; and access to the SR‘s online literary companion (featuring interviews with a wide variety of writers and podcasts from the Warehouse Reading Series).
Click here to learn more and sign up. If you prefer to set your own writing regimen, you can still get inspired with a copy of the newest Southeast Review (27.2) for $8, or a year-long subscription for $15.
If you’d like to submit your own work to the journal, wait until after September 15 and follow these guidelines.