There is no better reflection of the awesome variety of contemporary writing—the styles, perspectives, inspirations, and imaginations—than the countless literary magazines and small presses that publish much of it. A writer could search for years and never discover all of them; new ones seem to start every day and old ones change direction, so that the sheer number of markets for new work can feel a little overwhelming. So the Poets & Writers organization dipped into their Literary Magazines and Small Presses databases at pw.org to find editors who are accepting unsolicited submissions during the month of November (and in many cases into December and beyond) and who charge no fee for the privilege of reading your work. The usual advice applies: Visit the websites and read some of the work these magazines and presses publish to make sure your writing is a good fit before submitting your work. And, of course, always read the submission guidelines carefully.
Visit the submission listings HERE.
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