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55 Fathoms Publishing

 Full details 5 Fathoms Publishing is the book publishing partner to Orca, A Literary Journal. We are open for queries for both fiction and nonfiction works. Although we are a new book publisher, our staff has many years of experience in publishing. We understand what it takes to bring a book to fruition, from editing and cover design, to marketing and distribution. We are committed to working with our writers to achieve a successful book launch and publication run. We plan to publish two to three books in the coming year Fiction: We are particularly interested in books that exist on the boundary between literary and speculative—books of profound imagination and exquisite writing. In your submission please include, in a single document: a query letter and the first 10 pages of your book. A synopsis of 1-2 pages is optional. In your query letter please provide a paragraph or two focusing on the main plot and themes of your book, with an emphasis on what makes it unique and

Sciencefictionery

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  Full details What we want: We are looking for original works of fiction from 300 to 5000 words to feature in our magazine. We want to offer a broad spectrum of stories from every Science Fiction subgenre. So send us your robots and space cowboys. Send us your dystopian-alien-invasion-post-apocalyptic-cyberpunk tales. We like weird. We like adventure. We LOVE SCIFI!! We are also looking for Science Fiction poetry of up to 40 lines and articles on or about Science Fiction of up to 2500 words. Like all lit mags, we have high standards. In saying that, we know that writers often do not always appreciate their own work, so put your doubt aside and send us your most polished short story masterpiece. If your work is accepted for publishing, we may request certain edits. The occasional typo is perfectly normal, but we don’t want a story littered with them. If we require structural edits or a slight changes in the story itself, we will message you with our suggestions

Folks Way Press

  Full details  Folkways Press welcomes work from both emerging and established writers. We want stories that often go untold; words that have been collecting dust in old notebooks; tales that inspire us to learn more about the world around us and the people in it. NOTE: Submissions failing to follow our guidelines will not be read or considered.   See site for varying calls.    

Maverick Books

  Full details Please go to site for details 

INDIGO INTERNATIONAL WILD NATURE POETRY AWARD 2021

  Full details  OPENS: 1st JULY – DEADLINE 30th SEPTEMBER 2021 PRIZES: 1st £200, 2nd £100, 3rd £75 - all +anthology publication. Additionally League Against Cruel Sports members will also be eligible for the League Prize  £75 + League goodie bag + anthology publication.   THEMES •Cruel sports in their various forms - includes Trophy and other hunting, shooting, animal fighting. •Wildlife in general •The natural world •The environment. WORD LIMIT – Poems to 48 lines max excluding title inc. breaks. SUBMISSION – by email or post before 30th September 2021 Details below. ENTRY FEE – £5 per poem reducing w

En bloc

Full details  Fiction, poetry, art and photography should be sent using the submit button below. Please include your name, the title of the piece(s), and a brief description or synopsis of the work. All successful submissions will be paid at a rate of £35 per side as they appear in the magazine. Works of art and photography will be further available in print via our website – the profit on which will be yours to keep. EN BLOC prides itself on the freedom it affords it’s contributors. All styles and subject matters are welcome to submit and will be considered. However, due to the high volume of submissions we regret we can only respond to those which are successful. Submit content  

CAAB Publishing

  Full details Before you submit your work please read this submissions statement to ensure that your work fits our guidelines on what is acceptable content. Submission Guidelines You must read these guidelines and confirm you have read them when you submit, failure to confirm you have read these guidelines will result in your submission not being considered for publication. At the moment our books are open to most submissions from authors based in the UK of fiction and non-fiction, children or adult stories, sci-fi, horror, romance, YA, historical fiction, detective and murder, fantasy and all mixtures of genres that exist. We will also consider books of short stories. We cannot publish picture books at this moment in time but we may consider books that have photographs or illustrations of a high quality. We are not publishing poetry at this time.  We can not currently accept submissions from non-UK based authors. We do not accept manuscripts tha

Thmes and Hudson

  Full details All T&H books start from a brilliant idea. We are always open to suggestions and submissions from authors, photographers, designers and illustrators with new proposals for books, so do get in touch. So that your proposal can reach us successfully and in the right form, please follow these guidelines: First of all, take a close look at the subject areas T&H publishes in and consider carefully how your proposal relates to them. Art, Architecture, Photography, Design, Fashion, Popular Culture, History and Archaeology are the best known areas of our adult list and we also have a highly successful children’s list. All of our subject categories are listed on this website. We do not publish fiction or poetry and tend not to publish outside our existing subject areas. Please make sure that you are contacting us with a proposal for a book rather than an enquiry about T&H commissioning photography or illustration. Unfortunately, we don’t have time to resp

Sliverbirchington Plays

  Full details  We are accepting scripts from new playwrights and we are ready to hear from you.  Send your script as a word document to enquiries@silverbirchingtonplays.com .  Your script will be read by a team of professional readers who will recommend plays for publication.   Once we accept your play we will format your work to our house style and add it to our online catalogue.   

Reckonng Press

 Full details  The short version: creative writing and art about environmental justice. The fiction we publish is mostly, but not exclusively, speculative; the nonfiction is more creative than journalistic, the poetry tends towards the narrative, preferably with some thematic heft, the visual art leans away from the pulpy towards the surreal, subversive, political. But the heart of what we want is your searingly personal, visceral, idiosyncratic understanding of the world and the people in it as it has been, as it is, as it will be, as it could be, as a consequence of humanity’s relationship with the earth. We are actively seeking work from Indigenous writers and artists, writers and artists of color, queer and transgender writers and artists, and anyone who has suffered the consequences, intended or otherwise, of dominant society’s systemic disconnect with and mistreatment of the natural world. And we’re actively seeking new ways to reach all of the above. Seriously, if y

Chorus App

  Full details  Eligibility The competition is open to everyone, with the exception of Business Account users, individuals involved in judging the entries, and employees of Chorus App and their immediate families. Originality & Number Of Entries Multiple entries per account are permitted in each judging cycle. However, all entries need to be distinctively different, focusing on a totally new subject than previous entries, otherwise they will be automatically rejected. Only unpublished work is eligible for this competition and entrants agree to this when entering the competition. Previous publication is considered to include on or in a newspaper, newsletter, magazine, anthology, chapbook, book, website, electronic magazine, personal blog, Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook. If work has previously appeared even in print or small circulated media, this is still considered previous publication. No work that has been excerpted el

Guts Publsishing

 Full details  e are open for submissions. Please read our guidelines before sending your work.  We are first and foremost interested in publishing nonfiction: memoir, creative nonfiction, and autobiography. That is where we started and where our heart will always be.    Recently we decided to open up to fiction submissions as well. We're really excited about this and particularly interested in publishing literary fiction with a nonfiction tone. Also, just to clarify, we're not considering any genre fiction (commercial fiction) or poetry collections at this time.  ​ Submissions should be emailed to guts.submissions@gmail.com with a brief cover letter.   ​ ​ Submission Guidelines ​ We accept submissions in these genres: memoir, creative nonfiction, autobiography and adult literary fiction. We prefer manuscripts with a word count of 25K and up. Before submitting, please take a look at the books we’ve published . In your cover lette

Dioscover Magazine

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 Full details  equency: 8 issues/year Payment: For print, on completion of editing on a story draft. For web, on publication. (No need to submit an invoice for either print or web.) Pay Rate: For print, starting at $1/word. For web, typically $300/story. Rights Purchased: For print, 90-day exclusivity and non-exclusive perpetual rights. For web, 365-day exclusivity and non-exclusive perpetual rights. What Makes a Story a Good Fit for Discover We want stories that enlighten, inform and get readers excited about science; we capture science that’s relevant to them. Our stories are grounded in research, but are driven by strong narratives, high reader interest and a conversational tone. Our audience is broad: Science should be for everyone.   Pitching Dos and Don’ts Keep it short, and one idea per email. What’s the science , how is it new (and hasn’t been covered before), and what’s the story that will interest readers? Mention specifics about studies you’d cite and researchers yo

Chronicle Books

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  Full details  Inspired by the enduring magic of books, we cultivate and distribute exceptional publishing that is instantly recognizable for its spirit and creativity. Our collaborations spark the passions of adults and children worldwide, encouraging them to explore, connect, and see things differently. Chronicle Books is committed to publishing authors, illustrators, and creators of diverse backgrounds and points of view. We enjoy collaborating with authors to further our work as a diverse, equitable, inclusive, and collaborative publishing house. To encourage submissions from a wide range of potential authors, Chronicle Books has an open submissions policy. We accept unagented submissions of any projects suited to our list, from brilliant books to innovative gift products. Before sending projects to us, please read the following guidelines carefully. Adult Trade Submissions Children’s Submissions (picture books, middle grade, or young adult) Portfolio Submissions (fre

Reflex Press

  Full details  Please select from the options below: Click here to submit a full-length manuscript for consideration for print publication Click here to submit a single flash fiction story for publication on our website Click here for details of any open calls for submissions we are currently running  

The Jewish Chronicle

  Full details  To submit a News story, please email the Editor . For Community stories, charitable campaigns, etc. please email the Community Editor .   HELP Customer services & Subscriptions: customerservices@thejc.com   /  +44 (0) 20 7415 1500 ADVERTISING & ANNOUNCEMENTS Advertising:  advertising@thejc.com  / +44 (0) 20 7415 1500 Classified: Place your announcement online  here  / +44 (0) 20 7415 1500 Production:  adproduction@thejc.com   MARKETING Marketing:  marketing@thejc.com  / +44 (0) 20 7415 1500 EDITORIAL Letters to the Editor:  letters@thejc.com Editorial:  editorial@thejc.com

Onwe Press

  Full details  WANT TO GET  PUBLISHED? We'd love to read your work.   Feel free to send manuscripts over to submissions@onwepress.com    

McSweeney's

  Full details  Submission Guidelines   Here you can find the submission guidelines for books , our humor site McSweeney’s Internet Tendency , and the Quarterly !  

Blue Mesa Review

 Full details  The deadline for BMR's Summer Contest is coming up! We are excited to read your work. Here is a short list of things to do before submitting your entry. 1. Seek out work by our judges and give it a read. 2. Choose something you've written that you are truly proud of. 3. Share that work and the contest info with a trusted writer-friend. 4. Polish your work, consult the submission guidelines, and be sure to get it in by August 31st. Below is the contest information. Share the contest with your writing groups. Get pumped. We'll be waiting. - The Editors at Blue Mesa Review ___________________________________   Judges Poetry: Natalie Scenters-Zapico Fiction: Zeyn Joukhadar Nonfiction: Kim Barnes Prizes First place winners receive a cash prize of $500 each and publication in Blue Mesa Review . Second place winners will also receive publication. Please submit up to 6,000 words of prose or a collection of 3 poems.There is an entry fee of $12 pe

Uncharted

Full details   Who We Are Uncharted Magazine is a premier publisher of short fiction and the newest platform from the team behind The Masters Review, CRAFT Literary, Fractured Lit, and The Voyage Journal. Using the skills and expertise we developed to bring those magazines to life, we hope to uplift writers of the stories that we always fall back upon when we seek a thrilling escape, a surprising new world, or a brain-twisting mystery. The Stories We Publish Sci-Fi & Fantasy — We cannot wait to share tales of other worlds that reveal clearly just how strange our own actually is. Horror & Thriller — We are thrilled to get to share stories that terrify us, send us running, make us hide like children under the covers. Crime & Mystery — We will share the very best whodunnits we can get our hands on—the deep and thrilling mysteries that leave us in awe. We cannot wait to read your writing. You can submit your stories today at:

Tempered Runes Press

  Full submissions Tempered Runes Press is calling all creative writers and visual artists to submit their best work to be considered for the next issue of our quarterly literary journal Bluing the Blade .  First and foremost, we are an inclusive journal. All are welcome to submit their work as long as it follows our guidelines. We engage with ALL cultures and communities, so we strongly encourage writers and artists with diverse backgrounds to submit their work. Our only requirement is that your work does not instigate violence/self-harm or encourage discrimination on the basis of race, sex, gender identity, ethnic background, age, education, disability, religion, or health. Writers and artists must be 18 years or older OR 16 years or older with parental permission. Secondly, our press believes that EVERY artist should be paid for their work. We will pay for all of the work we accept for publication, whether it is for our journal or our website. We believe that this is the most ethi

Cedar Fort

  Full details Cedar Fort’s Imprints Cedar Fort, Inc., consists of ten imprints,  Sweetwater Books ,   Bonneville Books ,   Front Table Books ,   Hobble Creek Press ,   Plain Sight Publishing ,   Horizon Publishers ,   Council Press ,  King Dragon Press ,   CFI , and   Pioneer Plus . Each imprint offers fun and exciting titles for all ages. The   CFI   imprint features LDS religious nonfiction books. Sweetwater Books   consists of our national juvenile, young adult, and adult fiction titles. Bonneville Books   includes our LDS fiction titles for all ages with stories to inspire and engage. Front Table Books   consists of beautifully designed cookbooks full of delicious recipes. Hobble Creek Press   features our outdoor cooking, Dutch oven cooking, gardening, and outdoor survival. Plain Sight Publishing   presents our lifestyle and life-enhancing general interest nonfiction titles, including self-help, parenting, relationship, crafting, and other nonfiction books. Horizon Pu

Three Crows Magazine

 Full details Three Crows want your stories of dark and weird fantasy, horror, and sci-fi, with complex characters making morally ambiguous decisions. We are looking for sci-fi as hard as Liu Cixin and Peter Watts and as wonderfully poetic as Arkady Martine; fantasy and magical realism in the vein of Andrzej Sapkowski, Naomi Novik, and Marlon James; we want horror and New Weird stories that would challenge our preconceived notions and perception of reality like Mark Z. Danielewski, Thomas Ligotti, and China Mieville.  What we don’t want: Stories lacking class consciousness Retellings of Christo-Judean or any other religious mythology ‘with a twist’; Stories based around racial slurs; Stories based on your TTRPG adventures; Stories where rape/abuse is the sole character development tool; Revenge fantasies; Rape fantasies; No multiple submissions, please.   Simultaneous submissions are permitted, but we ask that you inform us immediately if your work gets published elsewhere A