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September 16, 2021

Thread: Now Accepting Manuscript Submissions

Thread is a new non-fiction imprint from Bookouture which is owned by Hachette. We never review presses that are less than two years old but we are open to reviewing new imprints of established presses and Thread very much falls into that category. Thread was launched in March 2020. Thread focuses on a wide range of…

The Deadlands: Now Seeking Submissions

The Deadlands is a new online magazine featuring otherworldly speculative writing about “the ends we face here, and the beginnings we find elsewhere.” It’s an exploration of the unknown world of death, and those who live there. They’re looking for a broad range of cultural perspectives on the afterlife, as well as on the process…

Easy Character Creation Through 25 Core Elements

Sarina Byron Have you ever discarded manuscript after manuscript owing to a lack of that special something? Everything you write seems to be missing that special zest, that soul and you don’t know what it might be. Well, let me assure you that you are not alone. Every writer has gone through this and there…

September 9, 2021

Cardinal Rule Press: Accepting Submissions Until November 1st, 2021

This is a respected children’s picture book publisher that is only open to submissions during certain times of year. Their current submission window opened on September 1st and will be open till November 1st 2021. The work they publish hopes to empower children by telling meaningful stories aimed at 4-11 year olds. They publish realistic…

Nashville Review: Now Seeking Submissions

Nashville Review is an established and respected online literary journal, edited by the MFA students at Vanderbilt University. They aim to keep the publication free and accessible to all readers, and to include all kinds of writing: “From expansive to minimalist, narrative to lyric, epiphanic to subtle: if it’s a moving work of art, we…

The Creative Unconscious in Writing

— By Clive Matson In her presentation of books for writers, Van Baalen’s choices suggest spells, enlightenment, nefarious doings, and lighthearted play. What would you think of “Cozy Mysteries,” “Steal Like an Artist,” “Beyond Fear,” “Bird by Bird,” and “Bones”? Adult versions of Dungeons and Dragons? These books deal with magic. The ones I most…

September 2, 2021

Tin House: Accepting Manuscript Submissions Soon

Tin House is an established and respected small press. They used to be responsible for one of the most respected and established literary journals, although that closed a few years ago. They still run residencies, workshops, and bookstore in Portland, Or. They still publish a wide variety of respected and admired books, including some bestsellers….

FEED: Now Seeking Submissions

FEED is an online journal of short-form writing, seeking to satisfy the hunger of modern readers. Serving up bite-sized poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, FEED hopes to satiate the need for literature in a fast-paced world: “…the editors of FEED aim to serve readers through the same format we’re creating from: on screens, with space and…

5 Paying Literary Magazines to Submit to in September 2021

These magazines pay for fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, and they are open in September. They are a mix of literary and genre markets, and not all of them are open through the month. PseudoPod This is an online and audio horror fiction magazine – “dark, weird fiction. We run the spectrum from grim realism or…

What Writers Need to Know About Newsletter Service Providers

By Olaitan French Many contemporary writers build their audience and supplement their income by creating a newsletter and sending it through a subscription service.  Newsletter service providers allow content creators and individual writers to carve out a revenue program either as a side hustle or as a full-time business venture. Very little technological knowledge is…

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