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Dave Eggers founded McSweeney's in 1996 in order to provide a home to work being rejected elsewhere (though contributors have since included David Foster Wallace, Rick Moody, and Heidi Julavits ). The New York Times accurately described the journal as "quirky, whimsical and slightly Victorian," so read a few issues to be sure your work fits.

For new writers, McSweeney's has encouraging words about cover letters: "Please keep yours brief, though we do like to hear from people who read and like the magazine. We're not concerned about writing degrees or past publications, though, so don't be daunted if you don't have an MFA or much in the way of previously published work."

"While submissions are open, please send along manuscripts that meet the following criteria—we remain, as always, incredibly excited to read your work.

DEGREE OF COMPLETENESS
Complete manuscripts only, with the exception of cookbooks—we are happy to accept cookbook proposals or full manuscripts.

Please do not submit illustrated works. Multiple submissions are fine, but if your manuscript is accepted elsewhere, please withdraw your work from our system. If you’ve read all the above, please continue to our Submittable site ."

"We gladly consider unsolicited works, but because we are a very small organization with an even smaller editorial department, it often takes us a long time to respond to our submitters. We appreciate your patience with us as we work on getting to your piece.

The author has won multiple literary awards, including two National Magazine Awards for fiction, and has had numerous stories that appear in The Best American Magazine Writing, the O . This issue of the quarterly is completely...

An issue of a quarterly, which has won such design awards as the AIGA 50 Books Award, the AIGA 365 Illustration Award, and the Print Design Regional Award.

Each issue of the quarterly is completely redesigned. There have been hardcovers and paperbacks, an issue with two spines, an issue with a magnetic binding, an issue that looked like a bundle of junk mail, and an issue that looked...

McSweeney's is an award-winning American publishing house, known for its innovative design and use of illustration and its belief in the book as a desirable object. This book showcases the visual appeal of productions across the...

Because it seemed important to know in advance, we've dedicated Issue 32 to an investigation of the world to come--expect a set of near-future stories, written by the likes of Anthony Doerr, Heidi Julavits, and Salvador...

Barthelme said that "The Novel of the Soil is dead, as are
Expressionism, Impressionism, Futurism, Imagism, Vorticism,
Regionalism, Realism, the Kitchen Sink School of Drama, the Theatre
of the Absurd, the Theatre of Cruelty,...

If you're trying to publish one, read the full documentation to learn how to set up GitHub Pages for your repository, organization, or user account.

Dave Eggers founded McSweeney's in 1996 in order to provide a home to work being rejected elsewhere (though contributors have since included David Foster Wallace, Rick Moody, and Heidi Julavits ). The New York Times accurately described the journal as "quirky, whimsical and slightly Victorian," so read a few issues to be sure your work fits.

For new writers, McSweeney's has encouraging words about cover letters: "Please keep yours brief, though we do like to hear from people who read and like the magazine. We're not concerned about writing degrees or past publications, though, so don't be daunted if you don't have an MFA or much in the way of previously published work."

"While submissions are open, please send along manuscripts that meet the following criteria—we remain, as always, incredibly excited to read your work.

DEGREE OF COMPLETENESS
Complete manuscripts only, with the exception of cookbooks—we are happy to accept cookbook proposals or full manuscripts.

Please do not submit illustrated works. Multiple submissions are fine, but if your manuscript is accepted elsewhere, please withdraw your work from our system. If you’ve read all the above, please continue to our Submittable site ."

"We gladly consider unsolicited works, but because we are a very small organization with an even smaller editorial department, it often takes us a long time to respond to our submitters. We appreciate your patience with us as we work on getting to your piece.

Dave Eggers founded McSweeney's in 1996 in order to provide a home to work being rejected elsewhere (though contributors have since included David Foster Wallace, Rick Moody, and Heidi Julavits ). The New York Times accurately described the journal as "quirky, whimsical and slightly Victorian," so read a few issues to be sure your work fits.

For new writers, McSweeney's has encouraging words about cover letters: "Please keep yours brief, though we do like to hear from people who read and like the magazine. We're not concerned about writing degrees or past publications, though, so don't be daunted if you don't have an MFA or much in the way of previously published work."

"While submissions are open, please send along manuscripts that meet the following criteria—we remain, as always, incredibly excited to read your work.

DEGREE OF COMPLETENESS
Complete manuscripts only, with the exception of cookbooks—we are happy to accept cookbook proposals or full manuscripts.

Please do not submit illustrated works. Multiple submissions are fine, but if your manuscript is accepted elsewhere, please withdraw your work from our system. If you’ve read all the above, please continue to our Submittable site ."

"We gladly consider unsolicited works, but because we are a very small organization with an even smaller editorial department, it often takes us a long time to respond to our submitters. We appreciate your patience with us as we work on getting to your piece.

The author has won multiple literary awards, including two National Magazine Awards for fiction, and has had numerous stories that appear in The Best American Magazine Writing, the O . This issue of the quarterly is completely...

An issue of a quarterly, which has won such design awards as the AIGA 50 Books Award, the AIGA 365 Illustration Award, and the Print Design Regional Award.

Each issue of the quarterly is completely redesigned. There have been hardcovers and paperbacks, an issue with two spines, an issue with a magnetic binding, an issue that looked like a bundle of junk mail, and an issue that looked...

McSweeney's is an award-winning American publishing house, known for its innovative design and use of illustration and its belief in the book as a desirable object. This book showcases the visual appeal of productions across the...

Because it seemed important to know in advance, we've dedicated Issue 32 to an investigation of the world to come--expect a set of near-future stories, written by the likes of Anthony Doerr, Heidi Julavits, and Salvador...

Barthelme said that "The Novel of the Soil is dead, as are
Expressionism, Impressionism, Futurism, Imagism, Vorticism,
Regionalism, Realism, the Kitchen Sink School of Drama, the Theatre
of the Absurd, the Theatre of Cruelty,...

If you're trying to publish one, read the full documentation to learn how to set up GitHub Pages for your repository, organization, or user account.

McSweeney's meat snacks are crafted with the utmost care and attention. We use only the finest cuts of lean meat and a blend of carefully selected spices marinated in small batches and smoked over Canadian maple hardwood.

McSweeney’s is the Canadian brand of meat snacks. It was here we were born and here where our heart and our people reside.

McSweeney’s is the Canadian Brand of meat snacks. Our company employs Canadians for Canadians. McSweeney’s is honoured to be part of this vast country of proud and caring people and it brings us pride to produce a product that’s made here at home.

Our products are 100% gluten free and celiac friendly. We believe in keeping things clean and simple. We make meat snacks; we have no use for gluten.

Our meat snacks are high in protein. Protein = Fuel. 
McSweeney's meat snacks are perfect for those adhering to Paleo or Ketogenic diets. If you're looking for a snack that can keep you going all day, we've got you covered.

Don’t believe us? Try it for yourself. 
McSweeney’s offers a wide range of meat snacks and flavours from Original Beef or Canadian Maple Pork Jerky, tender and sweet Teriyaki Steak Nuggets to Fresh Turkey Pepperoni paired with award winning Canadian Cheese. We’ve got something for everyone.

Dave Eggers founded McSweeney's in 1996 in order to provide a home to work being rejected elsewhere (though contributors have since included David Foster Wallace, Rick Moody, and Heidi Julavits ). The New York Times accurately described the journal as "quirky, whimsical and slightly Victorian," so read a few issues to be sure your work fits.

For new writers, McSweeney's has encouraging words about cover letters: "Please keep yours brief, though we do like to hear from people who read and like the magazine. We're not concerned about writing degrees or past publications, though, so don't be daunted if you don't have an MFA or much in the way of previously published work."

"While submissions are open, please send along manuscripts that meet the following criteria—we remain, as always, incredibly excited to read your work.

DEGREE OF COMPLETENESS
Complete manuscripts only, with the exception of cookbooks—we are happy to accept cookbook proposals or full manuscripts.

Please do not submit illustrated works. Multiple submissions are fine, but if your manuscript is accepted elsewhere, please withdraw your work from our system. If you’ve read all the above, please continue to our Submittable site ."

"We gladly consider unsolicited works, but because we are a very small organization with an even smaller editorial department, it often takes us a long time to respond to our submitters. We appreciate your patience with us as we work on getting to your piece.

The author has won multiple literary awards, including two National Magazine Awards for fiction, and has had numerous stories that appear in The Best American Magazine Writing, the O . This issue of the quarterly is completely...

An issue of a quarterly, which has won such design awards as the AIGA 50 Books Award, the AIGA 365 Illustration Award, and the Print Design Regional Award.

Each issue of the quarterly is completely redesigned. There have been hardcovers and paperbacks, an issue with two spines, an issue with a magnetic binding, an issue that looked like a bundle of junk mail, and an issue that looked...

McSweeney's is an award-winning American publishing house, known for its innovative design and use of illustration and its belief in the book as a desirable object. This book showcases the visual appeal of productions across the...

Because it seemed important to know in advance, we've dedicated Issue 32 to an investigation of the world to come--expect a set of near-future stories, written by the likes of Anthony Doerr, Heidi Julavits, and Salvador...

Barthelme said that "The Novel of the Soil is dead, as are
Expressionism, Impressionism, Futurism, Imagism, Vorticism,
Regionalism, Realism, the Kitchen Sink School of Drama, the Theatre
of the Absurd, the Theatre of Cruelty,...


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