Issue One Hundred Twenty Nine

The Gravity of the Thing: Submission Guidelines

The Gravity of the Thing is an online literary magazine devoted to publishing original fiction, narrative nonfiction, and poetry. Their journal aims to present everyday objects in uncommon ways, to defamiliarize the reader with the ordinary, making it new and strange. They want their readers to be taken on a journey, to experience transformation that…

Self E Library Journal: Pros and Cons for the Aspiring Writer

Independent authors can always benefit from new opportunities to showcase their work.  A new website, Self-E Library Journal, provides an exciting opportunity for writers to build a fan base and market themselves through a reputable venue. WHAT:  Self-E Library Journal provides a platform for independent authors to make their works available to library patrons.  This…

Four Anthologies Seeking Submissions

Anthologies are a great way to get published, they tend to have better distribution and a longer shelf life than most literary journals. They also tend to pay their writers. Anthologies are generally on specific topics and so you either have to find one that matches your writing or you have to write a new…

Crimson Romance: Now Accepting to Book Submissions

Permanently Closed: Adams Media in late 2016 was purchased by Simon & Schuster. They are no longer accepting direct submissions Crimson Romance is an imprint of Adams Media, a large established publisher. Crimson Romance is a digital-first romance line that is open to submissions in five popular subgenres: romantic suspense, contemporary, paranormal, historical, and spicy…