Maudlin House

Written by Emily Harstone | July 29, 2015

Maudlin House is an e-journal that publishes one new issue every month. They publish flash fiction, fiction, videos, art, and poems. They are not averse to publishing genre work. They are particularly interested in publishing work that explores the human condition.

They try to respond to all submissions within two weeks. They accept a little over 10% of what is submitted to them.

They present the work they publish well. Their website is aesthetically pleasing, easy to navigate, and fast loading. It is easy to read a few pieces in your chosen genre to get a better feeling for what they are looking for.

They do not publish reprints. They consider any work that has been posted or otherwise made publicly available online is considered to have been previously published, including work that was published on personal blogs and/or social media.

If they accept your work they expect to have first publication rights, after 30 days the rights to your work return to you.

All submissions to Maudlin House must be made through Submittable. All submissions must be made blind, without your name on any of the documents that you have submitted.

They allow simultaneous submissions. They are always open to submissions, however they ask that you space out your submissions to them. Never submit multiple pieces to them at the same time.

To learn more visit their website here.