Issue Five Hundred Nine

5 Paying Literary Magazines to Submit to in March 2023

These magazines pay for fiction, nonfiction, and poetry; they are a mix of literary and genre magazines. Not all of them are open through the month. Fantasy Magazine Fantasy is an award-winning fantasy and dark fantasy magazine, open for general submissions (i.e. submissions from all writers) for the first week of March. They’re open to…

Chapter House Journal: Now Seeking Submissions

Chapter House (formerly Mud City) is an online journal produced and published by the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) Low Residency MFA Creative Writing Program. While the journal is grounded in the values of IAIA, they publish a wide range of authors from diverse backgrounds, and they encourage submissions from all historically marginalized groups….

Dover Publications: Accepting Nonfiction Submissions

Based in New York, Dover Publications was founded in 1941. They publish a wide range of books including fiction but are only open to unsolicited nonfiction submissions. They are not open to submissions of fiction, music, or poetry. All submissions must be made by post and they only respond to submissions if interested. They cannot…

Using TikTok to Promote Your Writing        

by Ellen Levitt      Authors are constantly reminded to use social media in order to promote their books, articles, essays and other writing. There are many options and various platforms available to us. Should TikTok be one of them? TikTok has a mixed reputation. On the one hand, it is wildly popular with various age groups,…

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