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10 Popular Places to Publish your Writing

Here are 10 Popular Places to Publish your Writing and they are currently seeking submissions. Now is the time to buckle down and finish those short-stories. Most of these publishers pay via PayPal, so if you’re looking, here are 4 Alternatives to PayPal. If you are in need of links to your work,  feel free to contact me and guest blog right here. 🙂 Here are my 10 leads for you today, so good luck!

10 Popular Places to Publish your writing

10 Popular Places to Publish your Writing

1. Allen & Unwin

Allen & Unwin know how difficult it can be for writers to get their work in front of publishers, which is why we’ve created our innovative and pioneering submissions system – The Friday Pitch.

The Friday Pitch allows for writers of all genres to have their work considered by one of our in-house Submission Editors.

Please select the genre of your work, and follow the links to the appropriate submissions page for more details.

Visit Site | Submission Guidelines

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2. Fox and Raven (South Africa)

We’re looking for short stories that fall into the speculative fiction genre – this means fantasy, sci-fi, horror, steampunk and related genres. For these short stories, we’re dying to sink our teeth into tales under 13,000 words (and not less that 9,500).

To sum it up: please submit speculative fiction stories of no more than 13,000 words, and no less than 9,500. Bam!

Fox & Raven pays a once-off fee of ZAR1,500 (that’s $150 for any non-South African writers) for each short story we accept.

Visit Site | Submission Guidelines

3. Hachette Australia

(Australian or New Zealand residents only)

Hachette Australia is one of Australia’s largest publishers and is always looking for the opportunity to publish great stories.
As part of this search, we are pleased to welcome email submissions from fiction and non-fiction writers.

Visit Site | Submission Guidelines

4. ICAPA WRITIVISM SCRIPT WRITING RESIDENCY 2017

Deadline: March 31, 2017 12

Are you working on a feature or a short film script? Or are you interested in adapting an African story for the big screen?

If you answered yes to at least one question, then this could be your opportunity. Applications are invited for a bilingual (English and French) scriptwriting residency to be held in Senegal in May 2017.

Visit Site | Submission Guidelines

5. lipmag (Competition)

Entries for the 2017 Rachel Funari Prize for Fiction are now OPEN and close 5pm Friday 21st April, 2017.

The Rachel Funari Prize for Fiction is a themed fiction competition open to all women, female-identifying and non-binary writers.

The theme of our 2017 competition is ‘Rebirth’, with a focus on women’s stories. We’re looking for creative, insightful fiction up to 2000 words that addresses the theme in any way.

Rachel Funari, the namesake of the competition, was Lip’s founding editor. Tragically, Rachel went missing in 2011 while on holiday in Tasmania. We hold this prize in her honour because she was determined to better the lives and opportunities for young women.

FIRST PLACE

$1500 cash prize
A 12 month online subscription to Books + Publishing
A “mixed bag” book pack courtesy of our sponsors Affirm Press, Scribe Publications, Wakefield Press and UNSWeetened Lit Journal
Publication on our website and in the next print edition of the magazine

Visit Site | Submission Guidelines

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6. Pan Macmillan Australia

  1. Prepare the first 100 pages (50 pages for a children’s book) of your manuscript, double spaced, and a synopsis (maximum 300 words) as separate Word or PDF documents, ensuring they are clearly labelled with the title of your manuscript.
  2. You are welcome to submit the first 100 pages and synopsis of multiple manuscripts, but not from the same series. If you have a trilogy, for example, please submit only the first instalment.
  3. Fill out the form below, indicating which genre your manuscript falls into.
  4. Attach your Word documents (synopsis and required pages).
  5. Send on the first Monday of the month between 10am and 4pm AEST. Any manuscript received outside of this period will not be considered.

Visit Site | Submission Guidelines

7. Penguin

Penguin Random House Australia comprises two adult publishing divisions and a children’s publishing division.

If your manuscript will engage and excite young readers, we’d love to see it. We are open for submissions from February to November.

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8. Writing Jobs Online

How would you like to write conveniently at home, work at flexible hours, set your own schedule, spend more time with your family and friends, and get a nice big fat paycheck at the end of the month?
Writing-jobs.net and its partners bring you fresh and creative opportunities to get writing jobs online and get paid to boot!
This is a perfect opportunity for freelance writers and just about anybody who can write that just don’t have time for a commute to a dead-end, part-time job. Or, for anyone for wants to sit in their pajamas and work at home!

  • Earn as much $30-$120 per hour
  • up to $50 per article
  •  $500-$1,000 for short Ebooks
  • Get cash from 1,000’s of our daily high-paying writing jobs

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9. You.co.za (South Africa)

The main criterion is that the story is an entertaining, compelling read, and not too high brow or morbid. Stories with an interesting twist always make for fun reading.
Finally: There must be a definite story line; sketches will not do.

Target market: YOU is a family magazine and ideally we’d like our short stories to appeal to both male and female readers (young adults and adults).

Presentation: Only typed manuscripts will be accepted for consideration.

To facilitate our production process please:
• Use double quotation marks by pressing SHIFT and key with double quotation marks.
• Use only one space after full stops, commas, semicolons, question marks, etc.
• Press the ENTER key only once to make a paragraph; do not use indents.

Fee: ZAR 1,25 per word.

Visit Site | Submission Guidelines

10. Zodiac Review

The Zodiac Review welcomes unpublished stories from a whole panoply of genres, including slice-of-life, psychological, light or dark humor, biting satire, fictionalized memoir, light sci-fi and light fantasy, provided that they include decidedly strong elements of literary fiction.

We are especially eager to publish pieces that include some of the following elements of literary fiction:

Character-driven as much as or more than plot-driven writing
Distinctive or idiosyncratic prose style; creative word usage
Literary devices including metaphor, analogy, allegory, imagery, irony
Subtle, subliminal or multiple meanings and sub-themes
An indeterminate or unresolved ending

Visit Site | Submission Guidelines

10 Popular Places to Publish your WritingThat’s some list! I do trust that your submissions will be greatly rewarding. Do keep me posted as I would love to share your success stories on our Guest Blog page.

 

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8 Paying Online Content Writing Jobs available

Are you in need of an online income? These 8 leading companies are offering online content writing jobs to freelancers. Be sure not to miss out on these incredible opportunities. Do subscribe to our mailing list to ensure you receive our updates.

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1. CONFRONTATION

Stories

We judge on quality of writing and thought or imagination, so we will accept genre fiction. However, it must have literary merit or it must transcend or challenge genre.

Length: Up to 7,200 words, one piece per submission; six pieces per submission for flash fiction (up to 500 words per piece).

Payment: $175-$250; more for commissioned work.

Poetry

You should keep the length of a poem to two pages. Send up to six poems per submission.

Payment: $75-$100; more for commissioned work.

Nonfiction

We publish personal as well as cultural, political and other kinds of essays, and (self-contained) sections of memoirs.

  • Length: 1,500-5,000 words, one piece per submission.
  • Payment: $100-$150; more for commissioned work.

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2. Eastern Iowa Review

LYRIC ESSAY EDITION – Longform Lyric Essay Award – Issue 3

Ends on March 31, 2017

Submit as many times as you wish but wait until you hear back from us before sending more. No reading fee.

Grand prize winner will receive $250 and three copies of the issue in which their long-form essay appears. An honorable mention may be chosen and will receive a $50 honorarium and three copies of the issue in which their essay appears.

All submissions are suitable for a wide audience (family-friendly).

Visit Site | Submission

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3. Frame.io

At Frame.io, we’re powering the future of creative collaboration. Today’s leading video production companies use Frame.io to seamlessly upload media and instantly gather time-stamped feedback from clients and a variety of team members.

We’re on the ground floor of changing the way creatives collaborate, and we are on the hunt for talented individuals to help us achieve our vision.

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4. Freelance Journalist Required (South Africa)

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South African Based Only

I’m looking for a long-experienced journalist to work with me.

The person needs to have a serious penchant for investigative stories, and therefore love detail.

If you’re a journalism student, have had little or nothing published in MSM or fancy yourself a writer without either of these, you’ll be wasting your time with me.

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5. One Story

Submission period: September 1st — May 31st

One Story is seeking literary fiction. Because of our format, we can only accept stories between 3,000 and 8,000 words. They can be any style and on any subject as long as they are good. We are looking for stories that leave readers feeling satisfied and are strong enough to stand alone.

One Story pays $500 and 25 contributors copies for First Serial North American rights. All rights will revert to the author following publication.

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6. ORFORD PARISH BOOKS

Submissions will be open until April 2017, at which point we will no longer be accepting submissions or queries.

PAYMENT

We will be paying a flat rate of $75 upon acceptance for first rights in print and digital.

Length: 2,000-10,000 words.

Each story MUST either be set in New England or contain elements of New England folklore and history.

Each story MUST be folk horror (which we fully and happily acknowledge as being a broad and diverse term but we are defining as stated above.)

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7. RESIST

RESIST is seeking a part-time Associate Editor, based in the United States, to help manage and run the editorial process for our online media sites.

The Associate Editor will manage our part-time Assistant Editors and coordinate with our Contributing Writers. This position is compensated at $19/hr and will average 15 hours per week. As we become more financially sustainable, we are committed to making this and other salaries at RESIST more competitive. Since we are a virtual organization, the Associate Editor works from home and attends meetings via video-conference calls.

RESIST is building a media and education platform to fight oppression and support radical movements for love, justice, and liberation. Since our launch in November 2016, we’ve been reaching half-a-million readers a month and are currently expanding our number of digital media sites.

Visit Site | Application

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8. Southern Indiana Review

Drama | Fiction |Nonfiction |Poetry

We accept manuscripts between September 1st and April 30th for our annual fall and spring issues. Simultaneous submissions are accepted. SIR pays contributors at two rates: $50 (five layout pages or fewer accepted for publication) and $100 (six layout pages or more accepted)

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Get Paid to Publish Your Work!

With 2017 off to a start, here are 4 new publishers now looking for your story.  Yes, the best part of it is that you will get paid to publish your work… These publishers are mostly paying via PayPal, so help is here if you need alternative ideas to PayPal. Please also be advised to read the various genres available on each of these sites. I have put the links to the submission style-guides as well as the websites for you. Good luck!

Get Paid to Publish Your Work!

Get Paid to Publish Your Work!

Black Rabbit

Issue No. One is now open for submissions with the deadline being 31 January 2017!

Submit your work to [email protected] as an attachment.

Fiction:

In Issue No. One we will be publishing one fiction piece 900 words or fewer. Genre and content guidelines are loose, though our fiction editor is inclined to take work with a literary tone more seriously than work without it. Creativity and experimentation are encouraged in all cases. Publication comes with a $25 payment.

Non-Fiction:

Issue No. One will also include one persuasive or personal essay 250 words or fewer. Engaging, intelligent, and appropriately relaxed tone is encouraged; think of the tone of David Foster Wallace’s nonfiction. Essays should express a point of view, be able to defend it, and exhibit the personality and artistry of their author, all within around one page. Creativity and flexibility are encouraged, though the word limit is hard. Publication comes with a $25 payment.

Audio:

Should Black Rabbit get competent, creative, intriguing submissions in this extremely specific category Issue No. One will feature one non-musical abstract sound clip under or around 90 seconds long. Sound collage, dramatic scenes, monologue, pseudo-music, which is left up to artists to define but should not rely too heavily on the mechanics and conventions of true music as defined by the editors, and indeed any other audio recording within the time guidelines set out above are all welcome. The editors are partial to weird and innovative works. Publication comes with a $25 payment.

Visual Arts:

Issue No. One will feature one work of abstract expressionist painting, drawing, or collage. The term ‘abstract expressionism’ is meant to be interpreted loosely, but taken seriously. Directly representative images should be avoided, or if included should be done so with intention and grace afforded to the constraints of genre noted above. Publication comes with a $25 payment. Submit with a brief (1-3 sentence) statement describing where and when you painted, drew, or collaged this piece, and, if there is a clear inspiration for or theme to it, what that might be.

Artists and authors should feel free, and indeed are encouraged, to make simultaneous submissions, although Black Rabbit asks that you notify our staff immediately if such submissions should be accepted elsewhere.

Artists and authors are encouraged to submit to every open category of submissions that they have work within the guidelines of, though they are limited to one piece in each category.

Submission guidelines | Visit 

Crystal Lake Publishing

CHUD Tribute Anthology

Submissions close January 31st.

With unmatched success since 2012, Crystal Lake Publishing has quickly become one of the world’s leading indie publishers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense books with a Dark Fiction edge.

Crystal Lake Publishing puts integrity, honor, and respect at the forefront of our operations.

Story length: between 3,000 and 10,000 words.

Pay is 3 cents (US) a word paid within a week of publication via PayPal.

Only one submission per author, even after a rejection has been sent out.

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dreaming robot press

Dreaming Robot Press publishes science fiction and fantasy novels for a Young Adult and Middle Grade audience.

Payment: $0.06 per word.

  • We believe stories shape our reality.
  • dreaming robot press believe this is especially important for stories that we are exposed to growing up.
  • We believe novels can be excellent in both their stories and in the effects they have.

In order to ensure that all children can find models to identify with, we’re committed to publishing stories about a diverse range of characters and situations.

Submission Guide | Visit Site

Tales from the Lake

Horror Stories Wanted.

Deadline: 1 February 2017.

What we are looking for: Non-themed short horror stories that arrests readers and leave them haunted for months to come. Stories must be original. Stories must be original. Even after a rejection has been sent out, only one submission per author.  We are not accepting reprints.

Manuscripts should be attached to the email, and be formatted in standard manuscript format. Any stories NOT adhering to the standard manuscript format will be rejected.

Stories should be no longer than 7,000 words. However, we prefer stories that are at or around 4,000 words. Payment is $0.03 USD a word via PayPal.

Visit Site | Submissions guide

 

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Remember, you can be paid to publish! There is no need to pay anybody to publish your work! If you have any queries or quandaries, don’t hesitate to contact me.

Blessed Be,

Sancheo

5 Great New Freelance Writing Jobs

5 Great New Freelance Writing Jobs.

Now that the holiday season is coming to an end. Here are 5 great new freelance writing jobs to put some cash back into your wallets in 2017! 5 GREAT NEW FREELANCE WRITING JOBS

1. Eye Media

My Eye Media, LLC is looking for qualified individuals to check dubbed audio/proofread subtitles at home for popular movie and TV providers.

Using your own computer, monitor, and high-speed broadband internet connection, this freelance job opportunity is flexible in terms of work hours. Rates $15-$20 per hour.

Eye Media does not accept email applications, however there are three various sites that you can apply to:

Southern Europe | Northern Europe | Germany

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2. Inspirer

Freelance Contributing Writer Needed

Inspirer is Los Angeles based publication that celebrates groundbreaking women from across a variety of fields. From iconic entertainers to unsung community activists, every woman has a story to be shared and every story matters. We believe that there’s more to an actress than her latest diet, that there’s more to female musicians than a sexualized video hit. We dig deeper to share the meaningful stories that inspire others.

You are expected to write two to three female focused articles per week or more. Voice must be similar to our current content. Work from home, obviously.

Will be based on article length, frequency and other factors. Paid bi-weekly.

Send sample of your writing to [email protected] Read More.

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3. Novelty Media

Freelance Writers wanted

Led by a world-class team of young and savvy editors, producers and designers, we produce content on topics that interest and matter to us. It is this deep identification with our readers that allows us to produce content that compels them to engage, motivates them to return and drives them to share across the web.

A gifted content writer to create several super-viral weekly listicles, as well as daily light and informative news pieces about current affairs, sports, politics etc.

Rates: $10-$40 per article

Applications:  [email protected] Read more

4. The Puritan

Essay, Fiction and poetry submissions wanted.

Rates:

  • Essay: $100
  • Interview: $100
  • Review: $100
  • Fiction: $50
  • Poetry (per page): $15 ($60 cap)
Seasonal Issues:

The spring issue, published in early May, consider submissions received between 26 December and 25 March.

The summer issue, published in August consider those received between 26 March and 25 June.

The fall issue, published in November, consider those received between 26 June  and 25 September.

The winter issue, published in February, consider those received between 26 September and 26 December.

Submission guidelines | Submissions | Visit Puritan.

5. Writer Help Wanted

I found the following review when researching

After immersing myself in it, I’m overjoyed to report that Writer Help Wanted is not a scam or “get-rich-quick” scheme.  Instead, it’s more like an exclusive, underground-writing society that writers in-the-know should be a part of. “

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Trusting these 5 Great New Freelance Writing Jobs get you back in your writing mode! Remember that if you wish to publish your work here, please feel free to contact me and Guest Blog for Us! If you’re having difficulty with PayPal in your country, check out some alternative ways of receiving funds. Until next time. 🙂

Blessed Be,

Sancheo

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We now also transcribe for various other clients that require podcasts, books, media, technical, financial and other general audio, hard copy or video files transcribed.

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We have recently started expanding our business to include a wider client base and a handful of hardworking, excellent freelance transcriptionists.

Our rates are very reasonable. We can provide you with transcripts that are as flawless as any transcript could get on a very reasonable timescale. We dedicate our efforts to keeping our clients happy with fast, well researched and accurate work.

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We determine our rates per audio or video minute in US Dollars  as follows:

  • For single speaker (non-professional) or one-on-one interviews/conversations, clear audio/professionally produced audio, we charge our base rate of $1 per audio minute for non-urgent files. Non-urgent files have a turnaround time of four or more days. (We do not levy a premium for non-urgent work returned early.)
  • Two to three days’ turnaround rate is $1.10.
  • Next day rate is $1.20.
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  • For poor quality audio or multiple speakers, we add $0.20 per audio minute to our base rate.
  • For professional services (medical, financial and legal, for example), we add $0.20 to our base rate.
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13 Great places to submit your stories!

Have you written a short story, but now needing to send it off?  In this list you can find some publishers looking for new writers and some that are for the more prestigious writer, however these are the 13 great places to submit your stories!

13 Great places to submit your stories!

13 Places to submit your stories!

13 Great places to submit your stories!

1 AGNI

AGNI publishes poetry, short fiction, and essays. The print magazine appears twice yearly, in spring and fall. The website grows biweekly with postings of new online-only fiction, poetry, essays, reviews, and interviews.

Payment is $20 per page for prose and $40 per page for poetry, with a $300 maximum.  Read More.

2 Barrelhouse

Barrelhouse is currently open for comics, book reviews and Ask Someone Awesome.

I found their payment system rather different: 🙂

We pay $50 to each contributor to our print issues, as well as two contributor copies. So far, online contributors are paid primarily in karma. All contributors are also promised free beer, if we ever run into you in the flesh. If you don’t believe us about the free beer, ask around a little bit. We are frequently tipsy and imprudently generous. Read More.

3 Boulevard Magazine

Boulevard strives to publish only the finest in fiction, poetry, and non-fiction. While we frequently publish writers with previous credits, we are very interested in less experienced or unpublished writers with exceptional promise. If you have practiced your craft and your work is the best it can be, send it to Boulevard.

Submission Fee: $3 online, Free by post.

Submissions accepted from October 1st to May 1st.

Payment:

  • Prose minimum is $100, maximum is $300
  • Poetry minimum is $25, maximum is $250

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4 Crazyhorse

Crazyhorse welcomes general submissions of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry from September 1st through May 31st, with the exception of the month of January, during which we only accept entries for the Crazyhorse Prizes.

We ask that submissions of fiction and nonfiction be somewhere between 2,500 and 8,500 words in length. Exceptional work that falls outside this range has found a home in Crazyhorse in the past, but it is an unusual occurrence. For poetry, please submit a set of 3-5 poems.

Payment for accepted work: $20 per page of layout with a maximum $200 payment.

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5 One Story

One Story is seeking literary fiction. Because of our format, we can only accept stories between 3,000 and 8,000 words. They can be any style and on any subject as long as they are good.

Payment:

$500 and 25 contributors copies for First Serial North American rights. All rights will revert to the author following publication. Read More.

Penguin Random House (South Africa)

Penguin Random House South Africa comprises the imprints Penguin Books South Africa, Struik Kinders, Struik Lifestyle, Struik Nature, Struik Travel & Heritage, Umuzi and Zebra Press.

Penguin Random House South Africa will consider submissions in the following categories:

  1. General and literary fiction
  2. Narrative non-fiction (politics, current affairs, history, military history, sport, true crime, biographies/autobiographies, health and well-being, humour, business and personal finance
  3. Illustrated non-fiction – nature guides and general books pertaining to nature and environment; children’s nature; travel and heritage; cookery, health, gardening, etc.)
  4. Children’s books

If a decision is made to publish a manuscript, Penguin Books South Africa will make you an offer based on what we believe to be the sales potential of the book in our market. If the offer is accepted, a publishing contract (containing details of royalty payments and the rights and obligations of both parties) will be drawn up. Penguin Books South Africa will then put the manuscript into production. Read More.

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6 The Antioch Review

Our audience is made up of educated citizens, often professional people, who are interested in matters beyond their fields of special activity.  With few exceptions, our subjects cover most of the range of social science and humanities.  Our approach tries to steer a middle course between scholars speaking exclusively to other scholars in their field, and workaday journalists appealing to a broad popular audience; both these approaches have their own journals and audiences.

We try for the interpretive essay on a topic of current importance, drawing on scholarly materials for its substance and appealing to the intellectual and social concerns of our readers.  We are also interested in reviving the moribund art of literary journalism.

Payment is upon printed publication at the rate of $20.00 per printed page (about 425 words) plus 2 copies of the issue.  Authors may buy additional copies at an authors’ discount off the cover price. Read More.

7 The Atlantic

The Atlantic is always interested in great nonfiction, fiction, and poetry. A general familiarity with what we have published in the past is the best guide to what we’re looking for. All manuscripts should be submitted as a Word document or PDF. Succinct pitches may be submitted in the body of an e-mail. Pitches include:

  1. Nonfiction
  2. Fiction
  3. Poetry
  4. Books

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8 The Cincinnati Review.

The Cincinnati Review welcomes submissions from writers, irrespective of which point they may be in their writing career. They accept online submissions.

Consideration is given to stories, poems and nonfiction for the Robert and Adele Schiff Awards in Poetry and Prose.

Payment:

  • $25 per page of prose
  • $30 per page of poetry.

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9 The First Line

This is such a funky quarterly! As their name implies, they provide the first line of a story and you complete it (300 to 5000 words) or a critical essay (500 to 800 words).

Winter is due on November, 1 2016 and the first line is:

In the six years I spent tracking David Addley, it never occurred to me that he didn’t exist.

Payment is made on publication:

  • $25.00 – $50.00 for fiction,
  • $5.00 – $10.00 for poetry, and
  • $25.00 for nonfiction.

We also send you a copy of the issue in which your piece appears. You’ll receive your money and issue at the same time. Read More.

10 The Georgia Review

Published quarterly by The University of Georgia since 1947, The Georgia Review features an eclectic blend of essays, fiction, poetry, graphics, and book reviews. Appealing across disciplinary lines, the Review draws its material from a wide range of cultural interests—including, but not limited to, literature, history, philosophy, anthropology, politics, film, music, and the visual arts.

Payment:

  • $50 per printed page for prose and
  • $4 per line for poetry.

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11 The New Yorker

Unbeknownst to many, the New Yorker is readily accepting submissions and yes, they do pay a handsome sum for your work too. There are several submissions to which you can pitch your work, namely:

  1. Letters to the editor
  2. Fiction submissions
  3. Poetry submissions
  4. Shouts & Murmurs (humorous fiction)
  5. Cartoon submissions

I also found that their career page has an incredible amount of jobs available. May be well worth taking a look 🙂

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12 Three Penny Review

At present The Threepenny Review is paying $400 per story or article, $200 per poem or Table Talk piece. This payment buys first serial rights in our print and digital editions, and the copyright then reverts to the author immediately upon publication. Read More.

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13 Zoetrope: All-Story

 Zoetrope is a staff of two, assisted by a small team of brilliant and generous volunteers, who are collectively dedicated to reading and responding to the 12,000 submissions All-Story receives annually. They consider unsolicited submissions of short stories and one-act plays no longer than 7,000 words.

What I considered absolutely wonderful on their site is their Virtual Studio, a Free Writers’ Workshop sponsored by All-Story and its publisher, Francis Coppola. Read More.

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Blessed Be,

Sancheo