This week’s featured market is WORK magazine. Their aim is ‘to publish the best writing, thought and information about work, or lack thereof, while providing a forum for readership to connect and respond.’
WORK is dedicated to celebrating the daily grind: white collar, blue collar, pink collar, sex work, food service, freelancing and more.
WORK has an intentionally bland format, so that it can be enjoyed while you’re still on the clock. Does your boss like to peek over your shoulder? More…
The Student Wordsmith’s unique online journal, The Purple Breakfast Review presents an opportunity for aspiring writers, particularly students, graduates and young people, to showcase their incredible creative talents.
Themed around ‘Echoes’, submissions for its fourth issue (and the final of 2015) opened on Monday 5th October 2015. The closing date is 5pm on Friday 13th November 2015, so you still have over a week to submit.
TPBR welcome submissions from illustrators and writers of all genres (prose, poetry, drama and non-fiction). Word limits are as follows:
Prose, Drama and Non-Fiction = 1,000 words
Poetry = Up to 600 words
Please note: each entrant is entitled to send up to three pieces of work for free. All written submissions are to be typed and emailed as a Word Document attachment. Any illustrations should be submitted in high-resolution (at least 1mb) and in Jpeg format.
Please email all submissions to email@example.com
Crack the Spine publishes an online digital magazine weekly. Works published online are automatically eligible to be selected for later publication in our quarterly print anthologies. If you’re interested in submitting to Crack the Spine, review their submission guidelines.
Crack the Spine are looking for ‘solid writing. Chip-your-teeth-on-it writing. Punched-in-the-throat writing. Don’t-care-if-it’s-funny-or-sad-or-sarcastic-so-long-as-it-makes-us-react writing. We publish what we like. It’s as simple as that.’
They are seeking short stories of 1,000 words or more. Consider around 5,000 words as a general word-max guideline. They take Micro, flash and short fiction as well as poetry and creative non-fiction.
Get your work submitted to them!
This week’s featured market is Spartan Lit, edited by Ross McMeekin and Miles Wray.
Spartan Lit is a print journal that focuses on lean writing. Their tagline is: ‘Minimalist prose. No strays.’ So if your writing is made up of verbose, flowery sentences and lyrical descriptions, they may not be the place to submit.
They release online issues quarterly and short-run print issues, compiled from online prose, annually.
Spartan have four submission windows each year. Any pieces submitted outside of the submission windows will be deleted unread. The submission windows are:
Fall: October through November
Winter: January through February
Spring: April through May
Summer: July through August
So you have 10 days left to get your writing in for this submission window. Don’t miss out!
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.
The Wrong Quarterly is a great place to submit your writing as an new or emerging writer. The magazine is currently sold in bookshops across the UK, US, and France, including Foyles
, The Rizzoli Bookshop
,Lutyens and Rubinstein
, and Shakespeare & Co.
They are a brilliant outlet for new and emerging writers, as they can get your work in three countries.
Here’s their submission guidelines:
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.