April 17, 2015

Edge: Now Accepting Accepting Submissions

Updated January 17th, 2022: They are now an imprint of Hades Publications. Their facebook page is still very active, but I couldn’t see any books listed that were published in the last year. This could be because their website is not ideally organized. For example, the book they have listed as most recently published was…

April 16, 2015

Acidic Fiction: Speculative Fiction Submissions Wanted

Acidic Fiction, founded and published by Steve x Davis, is an online magazine for contemporary speculative fiction that publishes every Monday and Friday. Stories generally take place roughly 100 years in the past or 10 years in the future. Davis writes that Acidic Fiction hopes “to draw on ideas from speculative fiction to explore everyday…

Cohesion Press: Now Accepting Book Submissions

UPDATED April 2019: They appear to only be publishing anthologies now, and they often have open calls for stories for anthologies, but they are no longer publishing novels. Cohesion Press is a small press publishes novels in the sub genres of military horror, military sci-fi, and creature-based thrillers. They have only been around for a…

April 13, 2015

Publication Announcements from Our Readers

Today we are trying out a new feature. It might be something that that we publish every month in the future. However, this is the first trial run. In this article we are going to feature two writers who found publishers for their manuscript through reviews in Authors Publish Magazine. In the future we hope…

Three Line Poetry: Accepting Submissions

Founded in 2011 by Glenn Lyvers, Three Line Poetry publishes just that—three line poems in all their forms. With a mission to “make the arts available to everyone, regardless of income,” they publish free online issues and accompanying paperback issues. Each submission period, a poet may submit up to three poems of three lines. Poets may…

April 8, 2015

Memes: A Novel Way to Market Your Novel

All authors, especially Independent Authors (Indie Authors), seek to promote their work for maximum exposure. They have mastered the craft of writing, but they are not confident in their marketing. Budgets for new writers are dismal; they do not lend themselves to aggressive advertising. Traditionally, Indie Authors rely on word-of mouth, which is still the…

The Wardrobe: Open to Submissions

The Wardrobe is an online journal based out of the UK. They publish writers of all nationalities. However, the work they publish focuses on a very specific subject: clothes. You can choose to interpret this theme in any number of ways, but to ignore it completely is to ensure rejection. This is how the journals…

Bold Strokes Books: Looking for LGBTQ Manuscripts

Bold Strokes Books publishes only LGBTQ books. Which means that its books feature characters that are Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, Trans, and Queer. They publish general and genre fiction. They offer advances to their authors. Bold Strokes is interested in publishing books that fall under the LGBTQ umbrella including literary fiction, romance novels, young adult novels,…

April 2, 2015

5 Literary Journals that Publish Longer Fiction

Most literary journals are only intrusted in publishing short stories that are up to 3,000 words in length.  So it can be harder for someone who wrote a longer short story to place it in a good home, unless they are publishing a collection of short stories. The following literary journals are all open to…

Boroughs Publishing: Now Accepting Romance Manuscript Submissions

Updated June 15th, 2022: Based on their listing with California Secretary of State website – they have had a history of issues in the past, but they always seem to return to good standing. This may or may not be a red flag. Boroughs Publishing Group is an e-publisher that focuses on publishing romance novels,…