Submissions General Overview. Unlike many magazines, Creative Nonfiction draws heavily from unsolicited submissions. Our editors believe that providing a platform for emerging writers and helping them find readers is an essential role of literary magazines, and it’s been our privilege to work with many fine writers early in their careers.
Here are our creative nonfiction submission guidelines. We look forward to reading your essay or memoir excerpt. We're a paying market. Submit to Hippocampus Magazine. Here are our creative nonfiction submission guidelines. We look forward to reading your essay or memoir excerpt. We're a paying market. These guidelines were updated and page reorganized a bit on Dec. 10, 2018. Please read them.
Creative Writing Journals and Literary Magazines Accepting Submissions. A curated list of creative writing publications and online platforms open for submissions. Welcome to our list of creative writing journals and literary magazines currently accepting submissions. Clicking on an item will take you to page with a detailed description, additional information about the publication, and a.
In these kinds of submissions, you include the story, essay or poems along with the cover letter. So, let the creative work speak for itself. You might indicate why you chose to send this particular piece to this particular publication. This demonstrates your knowledge of the publication and your mindfulness in submitting. Also, include biographical information. Select a few relevant details.
We welcome submissions from all writers and artists, whether you’re emerging or established. So even if you don’t yet have a publishing track-record we’re eager to hear from you. We love truth and therefore we are open to a variety of forms of nonfiction—including memoir, travel writing, and the personal essay, as well as (stand-alone) novel excerpts and flash nonfiction and any kind.Learn More
Submit writing to Dreamers Creative Writing! Dreamers is also part of this Guide to Canadian Literary Submissions: We’re looking for short stories, poems, personal essays or excerpts (that stand alone) from any genre of writing. We’re willing to consider any form of writing that is well-written and from the heart. We especially love writing.Learn More
Our editors are looking for high quality literary fiction, nonfiction, and poetry that combine a distinct voice with a distinct vision. Our editors seek out and solicit promising work from authors that they encounter in the pages of magazines, at writing conferences, and in other venues. Please note that we do not accept unsolicited submissions outside of open periods and contests.Learn More
Essay Manuscript: The contest is open to all types of creative nonfiction essays up to 5,000 words. We're interested in reading imaginative essays of general interest. (Scholarly articles requiring footnote references should be submitted to journals of literary scholarship.) Manuscripts should be double-spaced and use a standard font, and, again, the submitter's name and contact info should.Learn More
Not a literary magazine for ordinary times, but a journal for an exceptional one. Submissions are welcome in any form and all voices will be included. Journal, poetry, essay, short story, flash fiction, creative non-fiction or simply letters to the universe.Learn More
Her essay, “Whistling in the Dark,” was recognized as a Notable Essay in Best American Essays, 2010, and her essay, “Bounty,” was nominated for a Pushcart Prize in nonfiction. In addition to writing creative nonfiction, Naomi writes reviews of independent literature for the Atticus Review, has been featured on the Submittable Blog, and is currently working on a novel.Learn More
Books by Hippocampus publishes a limited amount of memoir, essay and other titles each year. Check our submissions page to see when we're open for queries.Learn More
Now in its thirteenth year, Delmarva Review is an independent literary journal dedicated to publishing outstanding new writing of fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. Submissions from all writers are welcomed, regardless of residence. We publish annually, in both print and electronic editions. As a nonprofit, we promote activities to inspire readers and writers who pursue excellence in.Learn More
Creative nonfiction as understood at The Malahat Review can include, but is not limited to, the personal essay, memoir, narrative nonfiction, social commentary, travel writing, historical accounts, and biography, all enhanced by such elements as description, dramatic scenes, dialogue, and characterization. Submissions of creative nonfiction — literary writing based in fact — may be up to.Learn More
Submissions should be 1,200 words or less and formatted as seen in our Craft Section (single space, no indentation, space between paragraphs). This category is limited to essays that discuss the craft of writing, such as essays that focus on structure, or editing, or ethics.Learn More
Creative Nonfiction is seeking new work for an upcoming issue dedicated to memoir. We’re looking for stories that are honest, accurate, informative, intimate, and—most importantly—true. Whether your story is revelatory or painful, hilarious or tragic, if it’s about you and your life, we want to read it. Submissions must be vivid and dramatic; they should combine a strong and.Learn More
Catapult is an innovative publisher that celebrates extraordinary storytelling. We promote American and international fiction and narrative nonfiction that is insightful, stirring, and surprising by way of unique voices—whether emerging or established—that honor the craft of writing. For both fiction and nonfiction submissions, please include word count and your email address in the.Learn More