Steph Auteri is a journalist who has written for the Atlantic, Pacific Standard, VICE, and elsewhere. Her more literary work has appeared in Poets & Writers, Creative Nonfiction, VQR, and other publications. Her reported memoir, A DIRTY WORD, came out in 2018. She is the founder of GuerrillaSexEd.org. Favorite Genres: horror, comics, horror comics, and narrative journalism.
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Literary Magazines Still Grapple with a Lack of Diversity

As a freelancer, every day is a new adventure. Depending upon which deadlines I’m juggling, I engage in a mix of research, Zoom interviews, brainstorming, pitching, writing, and yes, let’s be real, scrolling through my Instagram feed. But now that I’m an editor at a literary magazine (a magazine devoted to creative, hoity-toity, literary writing …

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