This week’s featured market is The Wrong Quarterly, a new London-based literary magazine showcasing prose from both British and international writers. They are unaffiliated with any existing publishers, agencies, or academic institutions, and aim to provide an inclusive platform for emerging writers worldwide.
On their website, they write that they ‘gravitate towards the inventive’ when it comes to writing.
We accept fiction of under 6,000 words, fully edited, and previously unpublished. We also accept non-fiction, life-writing, and essays of under 5,000 words.