Issue One Hundred Eight

Haiku Journal: an Approachable Haiku Market

Founded over four years ago, Haiku Journal publishes traditional haiku poetry. Because they want every poem to “appear clean” in honor of the tradition, poems are published with an emphasis on minimalism. This means that published poems will remain untitled, though appropriately attributed to the poets. The editor, Glenn Lyvers, writes that, like many of…

Monthly Feature: Publication Announcements from Our Readers

In this article we are proud  to feature three writers who found publishers for their manuscript through reviews in Authors Publish Magazine. Has your work been published by a literary journal or a manuscript publisher after reading a review published by Authors Publish? Please email us at support@authorspublish.com. Make sure to include a link to…

Cengage Learning: Now Accepting Book Manuscripts

Cengage Learning is a huge publishing company with a number of divisions and imprints however the main branch, Cengage Learning, focuses on publishing work aimed at community college and university students. They have published textbooks on a vast number of subjects from automotive technology to family law. They publish both academic books and books aimed…

5 English Language Journals around the World

It is a common phenomenon with writers: once we start researching a subject, it tends to consume us until we don’t know when “enough is enough” and we can stop seeking more information. Is this a bad thing? If it keeps you from ever putting pen to paper, then yes. However, if it serves to…