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September 20, 2018

Versify: Now Accepting Manuscript Submissions

Versify, a new imprint of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Books for Young Readers, is accepting submissions via email. Versify was started by the Newberry Award winning author Kwame Alexander, who you can learn more about here. The goal of Versify is to publish risky, unconventional books for children. They are looking for novels, non-fiction, picture books,…

Four Way Review: Now Seeking Submissions

From the respected nonprofit, independent press Four Way Books, Four Way Review is an online literary journal launched in 2012 in celebration of the press’s fortieth anniversary. They publish poetry and fiction from both emerging and established authors. Four Way Review accepts submissions year-round. They publish two editions a year, and each issue contains work…

10 Paying Markets for Translators

September is National Translation Month in the United States. To celebrate, here is a list of markets that pay for translations of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry – all of these are currently open for submissions. Most of these journals or magazines also pay for original work in English. Also see National Translation Month website, which…

September 13, 2018

Nightscape Press: Accepting Submissions

Nightscape Press publishes horror, weird fiction, science fiction, and fantasy novels of at least 60,000 words and YA novels within the same genres of 40,000 words under the imprint Past Curfew Press. Nightscape Press was founded in 2012 but it was only active through 2014. They only recently re-launched this April.  They are open to…

Trigger Warning: Now Seeking Fiction Submissions

Trigger Warning is an online zine of pulpy short fiction published with pictures. They aim to capture the feel of the cheap rag digests of the 70’s and 80’s with two-tone illustrations. They’re looking for science fiction, horror, fantasy, and noir, or anything else that would fit in on The Twilight Zone. John Skewes, a…

4 Things Writers Need To Know About Author Readings

— Written by Lev Raphael I’ve done hundreds of invited talks and readings on three different continents and I love being out there with my writing—it’s a dream come true. But even though I’m an extrovert, I found doing readings more challenging than I expected when I started out touring twenty-five books ago. I’d had…

September 6, 2018

Acre Books: Accepting Queries

Acre Books is an imprint of The Cincinnati Review. They focus on publishing literary fiction and poetry. They are interested in novels and short story collections. They are not accepting submissions of full manuscripts. They ask that authors query first. While Acre Books is still new, they are an offshoot of the well respected and…

Hypnopomp: Now Seeking Submissions

Hypnopomp is an online journal of uncanny, surreal, odd, and experimental fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction. The hypnopompic state is the ungraspable borderline between waking and sleeping, the undefinable point at which the oceanic dream world meets the shore of daily life. It’s the moment just before coming to, when dreams appear real and reality…

Boost Your Profile and Sales with a Podcast Tour

By Jen Kolic  Are you looking for new ways to expand your reach and find new fans? Even if the answer is yes, chances are you don’t have the time, money, and energy to start building an audience from scratch on a brand new platform. If that’s the case, a podcast tour may be just…

August 30, 2018

Woodbine House: Now Accepting Submissions

Woodbine House specializes in books about developmental disabilities such as Down syndrome and autism. The books they publish are written for and about children with certain disabilities. Their titles cover AD/HD, autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, early intervention, inclusion, special education, communication skills, and more. They were founded in 1985. They particularly focus on books…

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