Pay: £15 per 1,000 words. One of the UK’s few magazines dedicated to crime fiction. Chris Fielden Being that I am returning to writing after a long absence, I am grateful for your informational site, and have made contact with some of these companies to clarify exactly what they are looking for, and what their desired format consists of. Thank you Chris. Dear Christopher, thank you for doing such a fantastic job compiling all this information! I would like to do it more often, but it's very time consuming...! They love sci-fi and fantasy,  pay $50 per story and I was lucky enough to have a story published by them last year, so I know first-hand that the staff are lovely too. Contrary Magazine publishes short stories, flash fiction, essays, and poetry. ', That's how I deal with it, but you have to do what you're comfortable with :-). Sideways is a UK-based online poetry magazine. See the website for event listings and details of a planned competition. We’ve already told you how you can make money publishing to kindle, but there’s also money to be made in submitting short stories to magazines. Writers’ Forum is good as they have quick turnaround times. Dear friend, my Personal Computer crashed twice. Heard some real horror stories about c/right issues. Wasafiri has a strong international focus, publishing work with a background in many different cultures. Thanks Mark – Lightspeed (and quite a few of the other magazines) do this kind of thing from time to time for a variety of reasons, so I tend to leave the details as they are on the site simply because it’s too time consuming to keep up to date with it all (unfortunately). They consider most styles and genres of story, so it's a good place to start. The print version of Cracked magazine died a slow and painful death in 2007, after a 50-year run as one of just a handful of markets dedicated to humor writing. I know that Writers’ Forum and Scribble both consider work from beginners, as they were the first two magazines to publish my work in print. Yours Fiction, Bauer Media, Media House, Peterborough Business Park, Peterborough, PE2 6EA, 2,500-8,000 words - science fiction, horror and fantasy, although their definition is extremely broad, 2,000 word max - published two or three times a year with specific months for submissions, check website for current details, no guidelines provided on the website at all so probably best to read a copy before submitting, Rebecca O’Connor, The Moth, Ardan Grange, Milltown, Belturbet, Co. Cavan, Ireland or by email, no word limit given, but I read that they have printed stories that are 600 words to 5,000+, Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, 44 Wall Street, Suite 904, New York, NY 10005 or online - see link. This magazine publishes “a fusion of poetry and flash fiction written by people from all walks of life”. I wanted to recommend two websites that might be of interest: Apart from contests, the Glimmer Train Literary Magazine also accepts standard submissions. If so, I can add it to the lists. Thanks very much Martin. Thanks for letting me know Carolyn. They have started branching out into essays on pop-culture ($25 per piece) as well as contests with respectable cash prizes (their first one just closed). I do not know what to do. Katherine G Smoke was established in 1974, and has promoted independent poetry and art since its very first issue. It is breathing. works published online multiple times a week, short stories between 1,500 and 5,000 words, flash fiction 600 words max -, 2,500 words max - started life as an online publication, now in print, 500 to 7,000 words max - they say 'we want your weird' but see full guidance in their submissions guidelines - I've been published in these anthologies, you can learn about that, 800 to 5,000 words - submission window varies - anthology published in print and eBook formats, no max word count stated - Here are 17 magazines that will pay $500 or more for an article. Thank you, Sisir :-). I don't know of any publications that need a weekly writer, sorry. Publishes fiction, poetry and artwork. Good luck with your writing and submitting :-). Marguerite S I can shorten it if someone is interested. Agam Magazines, anthologies, writing competitions Thanks for sending this through to me, Mark. Good list... very helpful thanks Chris... Not always easy to submit with all of them... American sites by far the most user-unfriendly... Chris Fielden Chris Fielden An international magazine which publishes a variety of contemporary writers. It pays 25 cents per word for first 5k words, 15 cents per word for the next 5k words, and 10 cents a word after that. The First Line. Thanks. _____ The Dark City He writes short stories and poems. Then tweak your work to give it the best chance of publication and approach them. Chris, have you heard of Threshold website? Most magazines and competitions ask you not to undertake simultaneous submissions and the vast majority want first publication rights. Do you run a short story magazine? An annual collection of literary and supernatural stories, which is also open to creative nonfiction. The idea for this publication came from the winter annuals of Charles Dickens. I offer a fast track service selling your story to all the following bestselling magazines: Real People, Take a Break, Best, Bella, Chat, Woman, Woman’s Own, Closer, Love it!, Reveal, Real, New, Now, That’s Life, Pick me Up, Bliss, Essentials as well as many glossies such as Cosmopolitan, Company and Good Housekeeping. Included here for the sake of completeness. I'd recommend you do some research and see which publications would suit your style of writing. No electronic submissions run by David Gardiner, Prose Editor of Gold Dust Magazine, 7,500 words - also accept poetry and artwork, Scribble, Park Publications, 14 The Park, Stow on the Wold, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 1DX UK, 3,000 words max - approximately 10 stories published a quarter, readers vote for favourite story, highest 3 voted stories receive money - I've been published through this magazine, so you can read more about my experiences, no min or max stated - a short story reading and writing platform, so online publication only, 6,000 words max - sci-fi mag based in Scotland - read submissions page on website for more details, 5,000 words max - literary fiction, submissions accepted March to December - published stories are bespoke-illustrated, 5,000 words max - response time of 6 to 8 weeks - £5 reading fee, 3,000 words max - slipstream fiction (crossing genre boundaries between sci-fi, fantasy and traditional literay fiction) is favoured, no word limit because they focus on experimental work, but no books or collections, max limits vary, so check guidelines for full details - very specific about what style they require, so check guidelines carefully, 3,000 words max for prose, 40 lines for poetry - they run competitions with cash prizes from time to time, 4,000 words max - I signed a contract early in 2012, but have heard nothing from them since - they're not replying to emails or letters, which is frustrating. Luiz F Agam, you will have to undertake some research - see which magazines accept the kind of style and genre of stories that you write. Anthony E Chris Fielden 1. We are keen to market your magazines related to school children and seeking your advise as to how we could go about doing so. Your site seems to consist of pretty good leads, and seems to be better than most. Maximum 6000 words. This print magazine describes itself as a “Book Of Ghosts & Ghouls”. I wonder if anyone could let me know which magazine would best suit the following short story I have: it's based in Staffordshire, so employs dialect, and has elements of fantasy (a man is transported to a fantasy world) but also deals with real world issues; unemployment, working men's culture, etc. Throughout its lifetime it has maintained a focus on openness, scepticism and subversion. zine Seeks to publish poetry, prose, art and photography. Recent interviewees include Ursula K Le Guin and Margaret Atwood. Weekly News, I couldn't either any more although they do still print 2 stories every issue, and I know it is email submission with a 'if you haven't heard anything in six weeks, consider it a no,' policy. Or try novella competitions. Hi James. Best of luck with your own writing, Chris, looks like you've hit it! I would be particularly interested in knowing whether you know of, or take a view on The Fortnightly Review New Series, being a quality outlet for a short story. Each issue … I undertake a full, in-depth update, checking every link, during January each year. I've added The People's Friend to the lists. For example, The New Yorker tends to only accept stories from more established writers, and that might also be the case for some of the other magazines. But there might be a few you might like to check out. I have short stories that I've written and I thought that I should sell them or enter them into competitions. Mark G The magazine is a receptacle for European voices and publishes artworks, along with fiction, poetry and drama in any language. I think you should check the list of links above, like The New Writer and others... take care!!!! Publishes contemporary poets alongside new voices. Chris Fielden I'm right in the middle of reviewing all the links on the site (it's a New Year ritual I go through, which takes longer each year due to the volume of links!). W.J.Q Thanks. The publication is managed by the Creative Writing MA students of the University of Westminster. The Strand Magazine is a quarterly print publication offering a variety of crime short stories, book reviews, articles on the mystery genre, and interviews with prominent authors or people with a decided 'criminal' interest. They want to hear every voice. Chris Fielden Their aim is to offer fresh insights into a variety of subjects through memoir, essay and criticism. Thanks Catherine. One of the oldest literary magazines in the UK, founded in 1732. their own website is a bit ambiguous, but they answered my email telling me to post my submission. Chris Fielden Thanks for the listing of Sassafras, Christopher! From October 2017 this international print journal of art, writing and review will be replaced by a series of pamphlets, available by subscription. Hi Chris. Over $1000.00 for short fiction, and around $500.00 for reviews. Daily Science Fiction is an online subscription magazine. 12. So, I've had 3 finance books published by 3 different houses. Before sending the story I sent for a copy of their latest magazine which I received but it seemed to have been published in 2011 and they are still advertising that magazine on their website so I am wondering whether the magazine is still being published although they claim it is published twice a year. You could try looking through my novel / book competitions page and see if there is anything suitable for your work there? Chris Fielden A long-running poetry magazine. Thanks, Maureen. TTA Press also publishes Black Static and Crimewave. Richmond, VA 23284-3082, USA, C.C. Thanks for letting me know about Granta - much appreciated. They pay above normal rates for their category of magazine: 12.5 cents per word, up … I hadn't heard of Asimov's, so thanks for making me aware of the magazine. Chris Fielden I've also found that magazines often close submissions from time to time, just so they can get on top of all their reading! I'm sure there are some on the lists though. This cool quarterly is all about jumpstarting that pesky writer’s block. VH Each issues is guest authored, and those authors are some of the best authors in the country. Publishes poetry and reviews. speculative fiction: science fiction, fantasy, slipstream etc. Thank you for your great informational site. Publishes fiction and poetry. What do we have to do - be a "celebrity", a serial killer or something? Hopscotch Magazine: ‘Hopscotch for Girls began publishing in 1989. My story is about a young lady that falls in love with a man named David who gave her aids . While it's best to do this before writing, particularly with non-fiction - so you can write with your market in mind - you can still submit successfully after writing. Dear Chris (and anyone else reading this). Published by University Of Plymouth Press. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Like premium membership, Penpee prime users can post unlimited short stories. I list thousands of opportunities on the website and it's very hard to stay on top of every publication. Thanks for sharing your experiences Nigel. Hi Chris, what a brilliant page! I have come to know about some short story magazines from the list above. Fees for stories in magazines average from £300 to £500 for a story that goes over one to two pages. It releases an issue once a month, and is open to submissions of poetry, short fiction, visual art and experimental media. However, I can't find any submissions guidelines or details of the short stories accepted to The Weekly News or Yours magazine, so have been unable to create listings for them. Your resource/blog is brillo by the way! Philosophically, the material in these magazines emphasizes wholesome, innocent, childhood interests.’ Nonfiction. It seems to have been created some time ago; one of the magazines cited makes material for bathrooms etc! Most of the magazines advise that you subscribe or read a few back issues so you understand the format and style they favour. Sisir KC Thank you for your quick response. I was wondering, does the payment section mean that that's how much we WILL make or how much we need TO PAY in order to enter? Our own palm-sized anthology of microfiction, distributed for free alongside Neon Literary Magazine and in a smattering of independent bookshops around the UK. It now publishes poetry, prose, interviews, reviews and features, and welcomes aboard any writer who will join it. Chris Fielden How to Self-Publish a Book on CreateSpace & Amazon, How To Write A Better Book Through Market Research, How Winning An Award Can Help You Become A Published Novelist, Special Offers, Discounts & Deals for Writers, Working With an Editor: Example Case Study, history of short story magazines no longer in publication, The Writers and Readers' Magazine (formerly The Writers' Magazine), Review Americana Creative Writing Journal, Jill's experiences with the magazine here, Varies depending on where you live, but up to about £30, None, though they hope to be able to provide payment in the future, No Monetary payment, TLR is published annually. You will find a home for your work in this list. I just wanted to note that Pithy Pages is no longer publishing. Don't be put off by rejection. Their goal is to make shared reading widely available across the UK. Penny Mention some good magazines as I think my story is a good one. Keep up the good work! W.J.Q So you could start there maybe? It's proved to be really informative. To get a feel for what types of stories We Buy Stories accepts, visit the page we linked below. There is, however, one glaring omission that I feel I must rectify. They are a publication on the up, having received funding which permits a small payment to successful contributors. Take care, salam... :), Chris Fielden As your stories are set in the 30's and 40's, they might fit here. If they want previously published work, I would share my published stories. Regarding your list of magazines that accept short stories, would you happen to know which one of these magazines accept stories from beginning writers? Cheers. Hope Thanks very much Darryl :-). Dear Sir, we are a primary school workbooks producer in Malaysia and have a network to market books to appx 2,000 schools in Malaysia. The editors of Iceberg Tales are passionate about uncovering the ambitious, thought-provoking pieces of work that they know are hovering just below the surface. This online literary magazine accepts fiction, personal essays, and poetry, and promises to provide humour, wine, and a sympathetic ear. If I can't find one, I'll have no choice but to start my own. He asked me to use it for the minimum time possible as it is old and an outdated make. What age do those people live in? He is under a doctor's care, but is able to write some very creative short stories. It accepts stories upto 17.5k words, recommended amount is 15k words... No entry fee... Turnaround time is high but quality-wise, this is one of the best. Short stories may be of any genre except erotica and they offer feedback to all submissions even if they don’t accept the work. It is the standard of excellence for short story anthologies. The editors are interested in the idea of abridgement. Chris Fielden Thanks for sharing this. Hi Sarah. I was surprised not to find it here. Hi Chris, thanks for this great list. Moxy is a literary magazine which focusses on creative nonfiction. Also runs an annual short story competition. Your list is really helpful for me. Placing your work in literary magazines isn’t going to make you rich beyond your wildest dreams. Erin And best of luck with your submissions in 2020. Indie Bites is a quarterly indie fantasy anthology, created to promote the work of indie authors. Cracked. Please use the form below to leave your comments. They pay 60 dollars per story. Lorraine K Publishes fiction, poetry, artwork and nonfiction. The Lincoln Review is edited exclusively by Creative Writing undergraduate and postgraduate students at the University of Lincoln. I'm just beginning my research into where to submit a sci-fi story and am grateful for this list - thanks for sharing. Also I can't see any mention of Ellery Queen mystery magazine  or the Alfred Hitchcock magazine (both well known for crime). Publishes fiction, poetry and articles. It seems a market should exist for this and not be so complicated to be considered for publication. Could you help me to submit? Sure! Founded in July 2020, The Pomegranate London seeks to publish and promote innovative, fresh and experimental new work from established and emerging writers and artists from the UK and internationally. A wonderful resource--thanks! Paul R You could also try Albedo One who also run a competition that states horror as one its genres. Some magazines and many competitions ask you not to submit elsewhere while a story is under their consideration, but sometimes (especially with annual competitions or magazines with very long editorial queues) you can be waiting 6 months to a year for a reply. Chris Fielden Produced by Indigo Dreams, who also administer a number of other literary magazines and chapbooks. I'm just sharing the news so the list can be updated. They are mostly issue based. Potential earnings: Extra Crispy is another platform that doesn’t specifically state how … Media House . So it will get fully updated soon. I want to continue my literary works. Best, June, Chris Fielden It is titled Clarkesworld Magazine. Hope that's helpful and best of luck with getting your story published! The flagship publication of Nine Arches Press, Under The Radar features fiction, poetry, reviews and articles. Most women’s magazines and national papers will pay around £300-£500 for a story which makes a two-page spread. Wow! taken on by Guise marketing, publisher of Newbooks Magazine, 3,000 words max - you need to click the image of the dude at the bottom of the submit page to submit (it took me ages to work this out), 2,000 to 2,500 words - they invite The information does not seem helpful at all in terms of magazines that actually still exist that do take stories. Centre for New Writing Fabulous resource! John H They accept stories 100-1500 words long and pay 8c per word. I've added it to the lists! Maybe that's the difference? 3:AM Magazine publishes a wide variety of work. Best of luck with your story submissions :-). Roshan K One of few regular British fantasy magazines. There are several sites for writers guidance, but yours is unique very easy to surf. Hi Titas, I know of one short story competition about crime called Bloody Scotland. Glad to hear you found the lists useful. all genres and styles welcome - also accept poetry and non-fiction, 5,000 max - quarterly themed ezine, so check website for current theme and full guidelines - author Christopher Berry has been published by them and you can, 3,000 words max - they accept short stories, essays fiction, non-fiction, poetry and more, 3,000 words max - this is a short story contest run monthly which I have been published through, so you can read more about my experiences, online submissions or post to Bauer Media . A Coventry-based magazine with an international readership. Dee, the rules vary from magazine to magazine and competition to competition. After six payments of £95, you move up to our top rate of £110. Some of them pay decent amounts of money to writers who have their work published. Chris Fielden Thanks a lot for presenting this website. A new magazine that aims to cut across human borders, eradicating boundaries between nations, ethnic/racial groups, languages and cultures. Chris Fielden Thanks Mark, have updated the page accordingly! Chris Fielden 225 Paying Markets for Short Stories, Poetry, Nonfiction. A quarterly magazine founded in 1997, and prouduced by Flarestack Poets. There are plenty of science fiction literary magazines out there, but Clarks World happens to publish some of the most diverse, crazy, and totally fun stories I've ever read. Thank you for creating such page. Anthropocene is an online poetry journal. An online journal for poetry, flash fiction, or any hybrid of the two with a focus on myth, legend, folklore, fable and fairytale. STOW ON THE WOLD. Chris Fielden They offer feedback on most submissions, and are keen to hear from Creative Writing students and writers currently in education. An online sampler is available in addition to the printed issues. Three months later I sent a letter enquiring about it and enclosed a stamped addressed envelope for a reply but again I got no response. Years later I lived in NZ, and again sold many short stories and articles. Acumen is among the longest-running literary magazines today. Hi, this is Sudhanwa from India. I’ll drop the mags in question a query email and see if they can point me in the right direction. A tremendous help for the aspiring, competent and talented but obscure and therefore unpublished writers. Or try some of the short story competitions I list. It's industry standard. The Collagist (a magazine run by Dzanc Books) takes stuff up to 8 k. Online magazine failbetter says they publish novellas, but given that it is online, I would page through to see how long their stories actually run. Luiz F Hi. Kam V There are some listed on my book and novel competition lists. I'm very excited, and hope to at least get some feedback on my work. If so, get in touch. Thanks for letting me know, Varun. It’s best not to do anything that will get you blacklisted with a publisher. The White Review publishes material both online and in print, with a focus on fiction and poetry that is “artistically or educationally meritorious”. Great list and resource. Boulevard Magazine. No problem, thanks Henry :-). Hey great resource - thanks a lot! If it's a blog you're considering approaching, read the blog and see what kind of writing they publish. Their website states that “Ink Sweat & Tears explores the borderline between poetry and prose in the digital age”. Based in Exeter. weekly online literary journal based out of San Francisco, online submissions or by mail to: Editorial Department, The Sun, 107 N. Roberson Street, Chapel Hill, NC 27516, USA, no max, but they rarely publish stories over 7,000 words - readership of 70,000, online submissions or by post to: The Editors, 4,000 words max for short stories, 2,500 for articles, 100 lines for poetry - published quarterly, short stories and flash fiction up to 5,000 words - published 3 times a year (author, Jill Owen, has been published by Thrice Fiction - you can read about, 5,000 words max - prefer science fiction - they publish twice a year - first 1,000 words paid at $0.20, then each additional word paid at $0.01, 5,000 words max - prefer fantasy, magical realism and experimental fiction - they publish twice a year - first 1,000 words paid at $0.20, then each additional word paid at $0.01, Zoetrope: All-Story, Attn: Fiction Editor, 916 Kearny Street, San Francisco, CA 94133, USA, 7,000 words max - their subs guidelines are currently under review, 6,000 maximum word count - online literary journal I've been tinkering around with various stories and this site has given me lots of ideas where to submit them :), Dee L post apocalyptic and dystopian fiction, 250 to 3,500 words - accept submissions of prose, narrative non-fiction and poetry (up to 50 lines) - Boulevard. No problem, Jerry :-). The vast majority of magazines won't expect you to pay to submit, but some do have a reading fee. but Thank you. A free magazine and exhibition series based in Derry. Built around a core group of dedicated writers, Storgy also accepts submissions and runs an annual competition. Most feature articles are comissioned, but it is open to submissions of fiction and poetry. Chris Fielden Thanks David, you're welcome :-). But if the turnaround time is longer than this I tend to submit elsewhere anyway. Each issue is centred around a prompt or stimulus. Chris Fielden I now have several crime stories, mainly written from experience as a Det/Sgt in the NZ Police - but still no luck. Publishes poetry online on its Facebook page, and may possibly feature it in print in the future. This magazine publishes short stories, poetry, essays and interviews, and often features slipstream fiction and poetry in translation. Darryl A The founder and editor is Devina Shah. Please help me find a suitable one that needs a weekly writer and that pays. When you subscribe to Shooter, you support writers and artists at the outset of their careers: a crucial time when recognition can make a huge difference. The Fiction Desk publishes a regular anthology series dedicated to new short fiction, as well as running a number of other literary projects. June C I just found out about the Coffin Factory. A slim but exciting publication which features a wide range of genres and forms. We haven’t encountered new poets in The Guardian, unless it was a review of Best New Poets or similar. Chris Fielden The Best American Short Stories magazines are listed here on this page. InkTears also publish a wide variety of authors, so their annual competition is worth a look too. I never use the post, so always submit via email or online submission forms, hence my experience is different to yours again. There are a lot of magazines listed on this page that you could approach, but you will have to do some research. Each issue is given a different theme with this idea in mind. I stumbled across this page, and thought I must thank you for it's useful. But I couldn't find one to which I can send my story. A writer has five poems published and therefore holds five points. Great, thanks Jesse :-). Publishes fiction and artwork. I'm finding it difficult to place my Gothic fiction, but I hope to find a home for my stories in a few of these magazines. So if you can direct me to a source, I would deeply appreciate it. Unfortunately, that can be an uphill battle. Zoetrope: All-Story. Luiz F In December 2007, Scribble was awarded the title ‘Best UK Short Fiction Magazine’ in the Writers’ Grand Circle Awards. After six successful stories, payment rises to £95 on your seventh acceptance. CHELTENHAM GLOS. Chris Fielden Established in 1952 by Jon Silkin. 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