Writing Submission Guidelines. If you want to submit work to Lighthouse (and we’d very much like you to), we ask that you submit your work to us by email and familiarise yourself with our submission guidelines. What kind of work is Lighthouse looking for? The editorial team consider all work received and accept that which seems best.
Submissions General Overview. Unlike many magazines, Creative Nonfiction draws heavily from unsolicited submissions. Our editors believe that providing a platform for emerging writers and helping them find readers is an essential role of literary magazines, and it’s been our privilege to work with many fine writers early in their careers.
Christian Writers Submission Information This site features current writing opportunities for authors of all genres, with a preference for Christian publications. The submission opportunities featured on this blog site have been collected by Sally Clark.
Browse calls for submissions for LGBTQ writers from various publications and organizations: residencies, magazines, retreats, essays, poetry and more.
The Journal of Expressive Writing, the NEW journal for expressive writing, is accepting submissions on a rolling basis.Check out the inaugeral issue! Just launched, The Journal of Expressive Writing is the very first online literary journal to publish expressive writing, freewriting, non-fiction, personal essay, memoir, reflective essay, poetry, prose, contemplative discourse, and creative non.
Submission Guidelines: Please make sure to send your submission to the relevant editor (see the list below). Please only send to ONE editor, section, or series at a time. Include the word “submission” in the subject of your email. Include a very brief bio and author photo to help speed up the process.
We do not want a slew of submissions with tips for working from home or how writing is a solitary activity. We would also like to suggest not mentioning COVID-19 directly in your submission. It’s an uncertain time and the virus is on the forefront of everyone’s mind, but some would like a distraction and we want the focus, as always, to be on helping our community write better.
Since John Lehmann re-launched The London Magazine in 1954, we have aspired to publish the best in contemporary fiction and poetry, alongside incisive and erudite essays, features and reviews.This approach has allowed us to unearth the best emerging writers in the last seven decades, and publish the sort of essays that 19th century The London Magazine contributor and occasional editor William.