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How Long is a Short Story? Should You Use Swearing in Stories? This page contains details of short story magazines that accept unsolicited submissions and regularly publish fiction. Some of them pay decent amounts of money to writers who have their work published. Others simply offer excellent opportunities for writers to see their work in print. I will try and keep the list up to date, but please check the submission requirements and submission dates on the different magazine’s websites before contacting them, as they do vary.
Most of the magazines advise that you subscribe or read a few back issues so you understand the format and style they favour. A lot of them receive around 1,000 submissions a month, so it is worth noting the competitive nature of this market and only submitting your best work. I have provided links to the most relevant pages on the different websites to try and make this resource easy to use – this is often the homepage to stop links breaking when websites are updated. If you are a writer and have had your work published through a short story magazine, either in print or online, and you’d be willing to share your experiences to help other writers achieve publication, please see my submission guidelines. Featured Short Story Magazines Do you run a short story magazine?
Do you want it featured at the top of this page? Rough word limit 3,000 or six poems – blog run throughout February each year and they release FEMMEUARY! Albedo One, 2 Post Road, Lusk, Co. Rebecca O’Connor, The Moth, 81 Church Street, Cavan, Co. 12,000 words max – mystery stories, EG: police procedurals, private eye, suspense, courtroom dramas, espionage etc. 1,500 words max – speculative fiction: science fiction, fantasy, slipstream etc.
1,000 and 5,000 words in length – magazines submitted to the O. 6,000 words max for short stories – also accept articles, poetry, interviews, illustrations etc. Editorial Department, The Sun, 107 N. Other Short Story Magazine Lists There are other sites that have lists like this one.
As I hear about them I will add them here for easy reference. If you run a site with a similar list to the one above, please get in touch. See warning note from one of my users in the comments section below. Writers of stories that are published receive complimentary copies of the issue in which they appear. Token stipend paid if funds allow. Leave your comments Please use the form below to leave your comments. All comments will be reviewed so won’t appear on the page instantly.
I will not share your details with anyone else. Most recent comments appear at the bottom of the page, oldest at the top. Now, hopefully, I can follow my dream of being a fiction writer. Wondered whether you could perhaps give advice on which comps are worthy of entry and also which to avoid in terms of copyright. Hi Jan, all of the comps listed on the competitions page are worth entering. Obviously the more prestigious ones would look better on your writing CV if you managed to win one, but you’d be up against professional writers and thousands of entrants, so winning is less likely, even if you pen a masterpiece!
That shouldn’t stop you entering the big comps BTW. Re copyright – I haven’t had any nightmare experiences with it yet, thankfully. Most comps and magazines ask for previously unpublished work and require first publication rights. You retain copyright, and can do what you want with them after they’ve been published. I’d just read the Ts and Cs ccarefully and make sure you’re happy with the rights asked for before entering a comp or submitting to a magazine. I have one interesting situation however – I was shortlisted in the Chater One Promotions short story competition at the beginning of 2012. They were supposed to be publishing my story in an anthology at the beginning of 2013 and were supposed to send me a draft to proofread last November.
I signed a contract early in 2012, but have heard nothing from them since – they’re not replying to emails or letters, which is frustrating. So I may have my first nightmare looming. Thank you so much for the work you’ve put into your site. A wonderful guide for any one interested in submitting to magazines. Christopher, great resource, in Australia you need to add more especially Meanjin, Overland and if you like go to the Victorian Writers Centre and they have lists as well. Thanks Foti – Meanjin and Overland Literary Journal listed!
I am a senior journalist and writer from Kolkata, India. Thanks a lot for presenting this website. How can a magazine turn down multiple submissions if they are genuinely interested in writers? All the same how can most of the press refuse email submissions? What age do those people live in? If you read a lot of magazine submission pages, they state that they receive a huge volume of stories but only have room to publish a fraction of the work submitted. A lot of writers submit to magazines without reading previous issues to see if their stories might be appropriate.
Write with the market in mind. Submit to magazines that might appreciate your style. Don’t be put off by rejection. One editor might dismiss a story that another might love.