Writer's Markets List

Here is the list of all markets, paying and nonpaying. To browse by category and other options return to the Submissions Guidelines homepage.

Chicago Reader, The
The Chicago Reader is weekly magazine publishing full-length feature stories on Chicago topics.

Chicken Soup for the Soul
Chicken Soup for the Soul is looking for true stories and poems for its upcoming books. The publisher has sold over 100 million books and over 250 titles to date.

Christian Science Monitor
International, general-interest daily newspaper published as a public service of the Christian Science Church. Pulitzer-Prize winning; est. 1908.

ChristianWeek is an independent non-profit publication and a registered charity that publishes news and comment about Christian faith and life in Canada.

Chronicle of the Horse, The
The magazine focuses on foxhunting, combined training, dressage, hunters and jumpers, steeplechase racing, trail riding and equine activities for youth.

Chronogram Magazine
working through the prism of a monthly theme, our writers write the critiques, praises, philosophizings and personal anecdotes that provide the detail to the larger picture, the colors to the outline (often coloring outside the lines).

Cincinnati Review, The
A literary magazine published at the University of Cincinnati. The Cincinnati Review has published new and emerging writers as well as Pulitzer Prize winners and Guggenheim and MacArthur fellows

Cineaste is a quarterly magazine (founded in 1967) which offers a social, political and esthetic perspective on the cinema.

Clarkesworld is an award-winning science fiction and fantasy magazine that publishes short stories, interviews, articles and audio fiction.

Classic Toy Trains
Classic Toy Trains provides information about all aspects of collecting and operating classic toy trains.

Coffee House Press
Coffee House Press is an independent literary publisher. They publish both emerging and midcareer authors. They publish about 16 to 18 trade titles per year.

Copper Nickel
Copper Nickel is a national literary journal housed at the University of Colorado Denver. It was founded by poet Adam York in 2002.

Corvisiero Literary Agency
The Corvisiero Literary Agency is a New York City boutique literary agency founded by Marisa A. Corvisiero, Esq.

Cottage Life
Cottage Life provides profiles, advice, recipes, essays, inspiration, lifestyle stories and more for cottagers. It is the magazine for and about water-based cottagers.

Crab Orchard Review
Crab Orchard Review is an online literary magazine seeking diverse voices capturing the range of contemporary American writing. It is published at Southern Illinois University.

Crazyhorse is a literary journal published at the College of Charleston and edited by the College of Charleston Creative Writing faculty. Work from crazyhorse has been reprinted in Best American Poetry, Best American Short Stories, Best American Nonrequired Reading, and The Pushcart Prize anthologies.

Cricket Magazine
Cricket is a literary magazine for children ages 9 to 14. It publishes original stories, poems, and articles for children and young adults. The content includes historical fiction, fantasy, true adventure, history, myths and legends, poems, puzzles, crafts and humor. It is published 9 times per year.

Cruising World
Provides a monthly wealth of timely information for sailors united by their love of cruising, no matter what size boat they own, from small trailer-sailers to large, ocean-going yachts.

Cuisine at Home
An Illustrated Guide to Creative Home Cooking

Curtis Brown, Ltd.
Curtis Brown, Ltd. is one of the world’s leading literary agencies, representing a wide variety of established and emerging authors of all genres since 1914. Curtis Brown has 16 agents in its New York and San Francisco offices.

Devo Zine
Devo Zine is a magazine written by youth and youth leaders for youth. The devotional magazine encourages young people ages 14-19 to spend time with God daily, to practice their faith and connect with other Christian teens.

Devozine is a devotional magazine from The Upper Room. It designed just for teens, written by young people and by adults who love them.

Diagram is an electronic journal of text and art that describes itself as "odd but good." New Michigan Press is the publisher for the Diagram series of anthologies.

Donald Maass Literary Agency
The Donald Maass Literary Agency is a literary agency for professional novelists. The agency sells over 100 novels every year to publishers.

Dragon Magazine
Dragon is the official source of information regarding all aspects of the Dungeons & Dragons hobby and provides D&D players with the tools, utilities, and excitement they need to raise the level of their play experience.

Dreamspinner Press
Dreamspinner Press is an international full-service publisher of gay romantic fiction. They have a catalog of over 3,000 titles written by over 500 authors.

Elbow Creek Magazine
Fiction, poetry and articles about the American West during the golden age of the cowboy.

Elks Magazine
The Elks Magazine is published 10 times a year for the 1.2 million members of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks.

Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine
Published monthly, Ellery Queen Mystery presents the finest in mystery short stories.

Entangled Publishing
Entangled Publishing is an independent publisher of romantic fiction with a catalog of over 1,200 titles. Entangled has over a dozen imprints covering historical romance, contemporary romance, paranormal, sweet category romance, Gen-X character romance and more. Entangled's titles are distributed by Macmillan.

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