3 Paying Publishing Opportunities With Upcoming Deadlines and No Fee to Submit

3 Paying Publishing Opportunities With Upcoming Deadlines and No Fee to Submit

Are you tired of costly submissions fees? Sick of not getting paid for your writing?

If you’re spending hours hunting around for those rare, paying opportunities, you’re wasting valuable time that you could be spending writing.

So, we’ve done the hard work for you and put together a list of paying publishing opportunities with no fee to submit. 

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3 Paying Publishing Opportunities With Upcoming Deadlines and No Fee to Submit

3 High-Paying Publishing Opportunities With Upcoming Deadlines

Do you dream of one day becoming a published author? 

Are you left wondering how on earth you’re supposed to get there? 

Whether you’re just starting out or have been writing your whole life, finally achieving that author lifestyle can seem impossible. Whether you’re hoping to make money or make a name for yourself, the life you imagine can seem so distant and large that ever reaching it can seem daunting. 

Submitting to literary magazines and anthologies can be a great, achievable way to move closer to that publishing goal. Not only can you get your writing published, but you can get your name out there and make money in the meantime. 

Soon, when you’ve got a few published works, that once-faraway author lifestyle will seem closer than ever. 

 

That’s why we’ve put together a list of paying publishing opportunities with upcoming deadlines to propel you towards that author lifestyle.

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3 Paying Publishing Opportunities With Upcoming Deadlines and No Fee to Submit

3 Paying, No-Fee Publishing Opportunities With Upcoming February Deadlines

Do you dream of making a living from writing?

When that novel you’ve been working on isn’t close to being finished, let alone published, that dream can seem lightyears away.

Fortunately, getting short stories and other works published in literary magazines and anthologies can make you a quick buck in the meantime. Unfortunately, many submissions calls don’t pay. Even worse, for some, you have to pay to submit with no guarantee of being published–making your dream of profiting off writing seem farther than ever.

 

That’s why we’ve put together a list of three paying publishing opportunities with upcoming deadlines and no fee to submit.

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3 Paying Publishing Opportunities With Upcoming Deadlines and No Fee to Submit

3 Submissions Calls With Fun Themes and Upcoming Deadlines

Do you ever find yourself losing interest in writing? What about getting frustrated when you get stuck?

Even if writing is your number one passion, it’s not unusual to go through phases where you’re not quite as enthusiastic. Whether you’ve been riddled with writer’s block or you feel discouraged after receiving a rejection from a publisher, you might be reluctant to pick up your pen again.

A great way to reignite your love for writing is by working on fun side projects and prompts. Themed submissions calls from anthologies and magazines can get you excited about writing again and ready to get back to that novel you’ve been working on.

That’s why we’ve put together a list of three submissions calls with fun themes and upcoming deadlines.

 

Here’s a pro-tip on how to ensure your work gets selected: talk to a professional who understands what literary journals, writing contests, and publishers look for in submissions. I can work with you on your first 5 pages. You will receive tailored feedback and feel 100% ready to publish. Drop yourself into my calendar here. Spaces are limited.

 

If these aren’t your thing, no worries. We put out a curated list of the latest publishing opportunities each week. Be sure to check back here in 7 days for 3 more opportunities! Or, you can get on our mailing list to have this list delivered straight to your inbox. Never miss a publishing opportunity again. Click below to sign up.

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Claw and Blossom: Water

Who They Are: From their website: “Claw & Blossom is a seasonal online literary journal of prose and poems that illustrate human experience within a larger context. We publish work that is touched by the natural world. We are seeking compelling arcs and deeply-resonant moments involving characters or narrators who wrestle with life’s impossible problems.“

What They’re Looking For: For this issue, Claw and Blossom is looking for work that relates to the theme water. They are accepting prose up to 1,000 words or poetry.

What They Pay: $25 per acceptance.

Deadline: February 21.

Get more information and submit here.


Speculative City: Sound

Who They Are: From their website: “Speculative City embraces the motivations of speculative fiction and integrates them into a focus of setting: the city. Cities instinctively draw marginalized individuals aspiring to create communities. Speculative City endeavors to elevate the voices of these communities through literary works that explore the potentials of their lived experience through the frame of science fiction, fantasy, and magical realism.“

What They’re Looking For: From their website: “Speculative City publishes provocative works that are centered within a cityscape…We are looking for fiction, poetry, and essays within the theme of the magazine’s upcoming issue”: sound.

What They Pay: $20-$55 according to the category and length of their submission.

Deadline: February 24.

Get more information and submit here.


Triangulation: Habitats

Who They Are: From their website: “We are Parsec Ink’s speculative fiction anthology, since 2003. We’re looking for outstanding fantasy, science fiction, weird fiction, and speculative horror–from new and established writers.“

What They’re Looking For: Poetry up to 100 lines and fiction up to 5,000 words under the theme habitats: “sustainable habitats, in tune with their surroundings.”

What They Pay: 3¢/word for prose and 25¢/line for poetry.

Deadline: February 28.

Get more information and submit here.


Is your work good enough to get published?

Many writing contests and anthologies receive thousands of submissions. Are you confident that your work is strong enough to stand out from the rest?

We help writers hone their craft so they can feel confident about submitting their best work to publications or competitions. If you’re serious about winning, you can speak with us to see how we can help you put your best foot forward when you submit your work. Book a call with us today.

 

 

3 Paying Publishing Opportunities With Upcoming Deadlines and No Fee to Submit

3 Paying Lit Mags With Upcoming Submission Deadlines

Do you struggle to find paying opportunities to get published?

Writing is no cakewalk, and getting published is even harder. Even worse, just when you find a publishing opportunity, you’ll discover that they don’t pay your writers. Searching and searching for those select few submission calls that do pay their writers takes up valuable time–time that you could be spending writing.

 

That’s why we’ve collected 3 upcoming publishing opportunities for fiction, nonfiction, and poetry in literary magazines that pay their writers.

Here’s a pro-tip on how to ensure your work gets selected: talk to a professional who understands what literary journals, writing contests, and publishers look for in submissions. I can work with you on your first 5 pages. You will receive tailored feedback and feel 100% ready to publish. Drop yourself into my calendar here. Spaces are limited.

 

If these aren’t your thing, no worries. We put out a curated list of the latest publishing opportunities each week. Be sure to check back here in 7 days for 3 more opportunities! Or, you can get on our mailing list to have this list delivered straight to your inbox. Never miss a publishing opportunity again. Click below to sign up.

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Belmont Story Review

Who They Are: From their website: “Belmont Story Review is a national magazine of literary arts, faith and culture. Established in 2016, the magazine aims to surprise and delight readers through an eclectic mix of storytelling which includes fiction, personal essay, and poetry at the intersection of faith and culture.“

What They’re Looking For: Fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.

What They Pay: $50 per prose piece; $25 per poetry.

Deadline: February 2.

Get more information and submit here.


The Southampton Review

Who They Are: From their website: “The Southampton Review has been publishing compelling writing and art since 2007. Our goal in putting TSR together is to create a literary journal filled with debut, emerging, and established authors; a literary journal that is inclusive of marginalized voices; a literary journal in which our readers will find themselves represented.”

What They’re Looking For: We’re always in search of writing and art that thrills and excites. We publish fiction, nonfiction, poetry, fine art, photography, and graphic stories and essays.”

What They Pay: $100+ per prose piece; $75 per poem.

Deadline: February 1.

Get more information and submit here.


Social Justice Anthologies

Who They Are: From their website: “Social Justice Anthologies, publishing affiliate of Beautiful Cadaver Project Pittsburgh, seeks to discover and promote socially-engaged writing. Our team of editors considers the cultural, political, and economic forces at play in any given narrative. We hope to engage works that challenge our assumption and enhance our perspectives.”

What They’re Looking For: Fiction and nonfiction pieces that “explore a topic relevant to the well-being of our society or environment.”

What They Pay: $200, plus ten contributor copies of the publication.

Deadline: January 31st.

Get more information and submit here.


Is your work good enough to get published?

Many writing contests and anthologies receive thousands of submissions. Are you confident that your work is strong enough to stand out from the rest?

We help writers hone their craft so they can feel confident about submitting their best work to publications or competitions. If you’re serious about winning, you can speak with us to see how we can help you put your best foot forward when you submit your work. Book a call with us today.

 

 

3 Paying Publishing Opportunities With Upcoming Deadlines and No Fee to Submit

3 Publishers Accepting Manuscripts–No Agent Necessary

Do you lack an agent? Have you finally finished a manuscript, only to struggle with getting it published?

Finishing a novel is tough. Getting it published? Even tougher. Finding an agent can seem impossible, yet many publishers require you to have an agent before you can submit anything at all. That means publishing without an agent can feel entirely out of reach.

There are some publishers, however, that don’t require an agent to submit—you’ve just got to find them. Hunting around for one of these publishers takes up valuable time that you could spend writing.

So, we’ve done the hard work for you.

We’ve curated a list of 3 publishers looking for your manuscripts now—that don’t require an agent .

But not so fast! If your manuscript isn’t going through an agent, you are now assuming full responsibility for the quality of your work. Are you 100% confident it’s up to snuff? If you want professional eyes and feedback on your writing before submitting, we can help. I can offer my writing and publishing expertise to help you revise your first 5 pages, your whole manuscript, and even your publishing strategy to give you tailored feedback so you’re publishing-ready. Drop yourself into our calendar to chat about how we can help you go from struggling writer to published author.

If these aren’t your thing, no worries. We put out a curated list of the latest publishing opportunities each week. Be sure to check back here in 7 days for 3 more opportunities! Or, you can get on our mailing list to have this list delivered straight to your inbox. Never miss a publishing opportunity again. Click below to sign up.

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Mills & Boon

Who they are: From their website: “Founded in 1908, Mills & Boon is the UK’s number one publisher of romantic fiction…Mills & Boon publish over 700 new titles a year, with manuscripts from 200 authors living in the UK and a further 1,300 worldwide. Every 10 seconds there is a new Mills & Boon book sold within the UK.” Mills & Boon is an imprint of Harlequin, which was acquired by Harper Collins some years ago.

What they publish: Romance, in a variety of romance sub-genres such as modern and medical.

Word Count: 50,000-75,000 words depending on sub-genre.

Get more information and submit here. 


Hera

Who they are: From their website: “Hera is a brand new, female-led, independent digital publisher. We’re on a mission to publish the very best in commercial fiction. Let us tell you a story…” They promise to read and respond to each submission.

What they publish: From their website: “We’re looking for crime and thriller, romance, saga and general fiction. Please note we are not publishing non fiction, young adult or children’s fiction, poetry, science fiction and fantasy or short stories.”

Get more information and submit here. 


époque press

Who they are: From their website: “époque press is an independent publisher based between Brighton, Dublin and New York. Established to promote and represent the very best in new literary talent…Our main imprint is seeking out new voices, authors who are producing high-quality literary fiction and who are looking for a publisher to help them realise their ambitions. Our commitment is to fully consider all submissions on literary merit alone.”

What they publish: From their website: “As a new independent publisher we are seeking out strong new voices representing the very best in literary fiction. We publish adult literary fiction (novels and short story collections) and do not currently consider other genres such as children’s fiction, poetry, memoir or fantasy.”

Read their guidelines and submit your work here. 


Is your work good enough to get published?

These publishers accept nothing less than perfection. Is your work ready?

We help writers hone their craft so they can feel confident about submitting their work to even the most prestigious publishers out there. We’re accepting select writers to join our community of successful, published authors. If you’re serious about publishing, you can speak to a member of our team to learn more about our programs. Book a call here. 

 

 

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