Issue Four Hundred Thirty One

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…

Announcing The Eleventh and Twelfth Recipients of Authors Publish Fund for Literary Journals

In September 2020, we started a new fund for literary journals. You can learn all about this fund here. We selected the recipient of the fund using a random number generator. We are announcing the winners of the July and August. We are sorry they are a little late. Thank you to everyone who has…