Publisher: Harper's Magazine Foundation
Harper's Magazine Guidelines Information
Established: June 1850
Accepts Email Submissions: No
Website URL: http://www.harpers.org
Description: Harper's magazine offers original journalism and award-winning essays, fiction, and reporting to inform readers on political, literary, cultural, and scientific affairs.
Editor(s): Ellen Rosenbush, Editorial Director
Needs: Fiction and nonfiction.
Tips: Harper's is one of America's oldest literary magazines. It is a top tier market for fiction. The Wikipedia entry has a list of some of the notable contributors including Kurt Vonnegut, John Updike, Mark Twain, Robert Frost, Herman Melville and many others.
How to Submit: All fiction and nonfiction queries must be sent by mail. Email submissions are not accepted. The short submission guidelines say Harper's will "neither consider nor return unsolicited nonfiction manuscripts." However, they will consider unsolicited fiction. Do not submit unsolicited poetry.
Guidelines Url: https://harpers.org/submissions/
Address: 666 Broadway, 11th Floor New York NY 10012 USA
This listing was last reviewed and/or updated on 2019-01-17
Image Credit: Harper's
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