Issue Five Hundred One

5 Paying Literary Magazines to Submit to in January 2023

These magazines publish fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, and they’re a mix of literary and genre outlets. Not all of them are open through the month. Solarpunk Magazine They publish solarpunk fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. Nonfiction/essay submissions are accepted year-round; fiction and poetry are open periodically. Deadline: 14 January 2023 Length: 1,500-7,500 words for fiction; 1,000-2,000…

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, Oregon. They still publish a wide variety of respected and admired books, including some bestsellers….

Enchanted Lion: Now Accepting Manuscript Submissions

Enchanted Lion is a children’s book publisher based in Brooklyn that was founded in 2003. You can learn more about their team here. Their books are well designed, engaging, and have great covers. Many of the books they have published have been featured in the New York Times, and won awards. They are well distributed…

Presence Haiku Journal: Now Seeking Submissions

Presence is an established and selective publisher of haiku, senryu, tanka, haibun, and other related short-form poetry. As Britain’s foremost independent haiku journal, they are looking for quality writing. They publish both emerging and established haiku authors. Presence is published three times a year in print. They also publish selections from the journal online. Each…

No Sweat Marketing

By Michael Barrington Marketing one’s books can at times appear to be a daunting task. Like most authors I have a well-developed plan which includes good use of social media, a solid website from which I also blog, make an occasional presentation and promote my books by writing articles for various magazines. But over the…