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The Ocotillo Review: Now Seeking Submissions

Update June 1st 2023: We no longer recommend submitting to this lit journal as they now are charging submission fees again. The Ocotillo Review is an imprint of Kallisto Gaia Press, a nonprofit literary organization that aims to support both emerging and established authors. They publish fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry in their biannual print…

Wayne State University Press: Now Accepting Proposals

Wayne State University Press is a publisher committed to supporting its parent institution’s core research, teaching, and service mission by generating high-quality scholarly and general interest works of global importance. They focus on advancing education and serving the local community. Before submitting a proposal to them, you need to verify that your work fits their…

Opportunities for Historically Underrepresented Authors this February

This list of publishers meet our guiding principles, but are only open to free submissions from historically underrepresented writers or focus on publishing content produced by historically underrepresented writers. Some of these publications are open to a wide range of writers including writers of color, gender non-conforming and LGBTQ+ writers, and those living with disabilities….

Traditional or Self Publishing – That is the Question

By Rod Martinez Traditional or Self-Pub? It’s a question we all ask. Once you have edited, and re-edited… and re-re-edited your masterpiece, the bug bites. “I want this book in the hands of readers!” The quickest method, it seems, is to self-publish. It’s easy, it’s actually free on most sites and you can have readers…

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