Several prestigious literary magazines have opened their reading periods for submissions. This list has a mix of well-known and little-known or new magazines that welcome creative non-fiction: memoir, personal essays, lyrical essays and more. There are some themed calls: about community, mental health, candy, Canadian women and the vote and Indigenous writers, writing related to womanhood.
We accept submissions of completed, previously unpublished books. Please see more info. Submissions of ESSAYS may run up to 15,000 words in length. We are particularly interested in finding ONE-ACT PLAYS whose impact can be experienced as much on the page as in production. We are open to plays that have been previously published but are out of.
Sure, there are some big-time magazines out there that offer larger paycheques to their writers and widespread readership, but many of them don’t accept unsolicited submissions — or come with extremely steep competition. Most literary magazines are run on very tiny budgets that can’t afford to pay the writers they feature. But that doesn.
Submissions; Essay and Manuscript Critique Service; Search for: Submissions. Memoir Magazine is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for all persons regardless of race, sex, color, religion, creed, national origin or ancestry, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, and disability. All writers are encouraged to submit. Click Here.
Or an essay. Now what? You know you should send it somewhere, but where? There are great resources available like the CBC guide to Canadian literary magazines, but as a writer who most likely has a day job, it can be hard to keep track of which magazines are open when. There are so many! That’s why we put together this quick list of ten Canadian literary magazines that are looking for.
Litro Online. Any questions? Contact (email protected). Click here for our rolling calls for submissions page for a list of books, live performance and films we’re looking for reviews on. What we accept: We have now opened up the Litro Blog to all our readers and writers. If you want to be a Litro blogger (minimum commitment: three months, once a week), email (email protected) with samples.
General Submissions. Story of the Week. Poem of the Week. iStory. iPoem. Six-Word Stories. Cartoons and Graphic Stories. Photography. Readers’ Narratives. We welcome submissions of previously unpublished manuscripts of all lengths, ranging from short short stories to complete book-length works for serialization. Narrative regularly publishes fiction, poetry, and nonfiction, including stories.
This page contains details of short story magazines that accept unsolicited submissions and regularly publish fiction. Some of them pay decent amounts of money to writers who have their work published. Others simply offer excellent opportunities for writers to see their work in print. I will try and keep the list up to date, but please check the submission requirements and submission dates on.