Submit to Authors Publish Magazine

We gladly accept submissions to our magazine.  Please read these guidelines thoroughly before submitting. It is very important to note that we only publish writing about writing and publishing. We do not publish poetry or fiction. Submissions that do not meet these guidelines will not be responded to.

We pay between $25 and $30 per article. Most of our articles are between 250-800 words in length.

How to Submit To Us

To submit, send an email to You can submit a pitch of an unwritten article in the body of an email. The pitch should be no longer than 30 words in length. If you are submitting a full article you can attach the article as a .doc, .docx, or .rtf file.

You can also copy and paste the article into the body of the email. The subject of the email should include be the proposed title of the article and your full name. In the body of the email, include your full name and a short 50 word bio.

We DO NOT publish creative writing. This means NO poetry, NO memoir, and NO fiction.

We are not interested in any articles about freelance writing.

We also DO NOT publish reprints. The article you submit to us can not have been previously published on your blog or in another magazine. We ask for exclusive rights to publish your article, but after six months the rights revert to you. However, we ask that Authors Publish always be credited as the first publisher.

Here’s an overview of what we do publish:

Articles About Writing and Publishing

We are particularly interested in articles about how authors can promote their writing or build their careers. We are interested in articles about traditional and self publishing. This includes articles about agents, publishers, and conferences. We occasionally publish articles about the mechanics of writing.

Here are some examples of the types of articles we like to publish:

Reviews of Literary Journals

We gladly consider reviews of literary journals for submission. If you admire a literary journal, reviewing it can be a great way to build its audience, and to help generate submissions for it. In your review please include detailed information about the style of the journal, the types of writing they publish, submission deadlines, and any other pertinent information. You are also encouraged to write about why you like the journal. If you are directly associated with the literary journal, we will not accept the review. We will, however, consider other articles from you. We will not publish reviews of literary journals that charge submission fees.