Poets and Writers Guidelines Information

Poets and Writers Publisher: Poets & Writers, Inc.

Established: 1970

Frequency: bimonthly

Website URL: https://www.pw.org

Description: Poets & Writers Magazine is a bimonthly publication for writers of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction.

Editor(s): Kevin Larimer, Editor-in-Chief

Needs: Poets and Writers publishes articles, essays and how-to-article about writing and publishing, including covers of the writing and publishing industries, the creative process and the business of creative writing.

Length: 500 to 3,000 words

Payment: Poets & Writers is a paying market but the amount is not specified in the guidelines.

Tips: You can read P&W online to better understand the content. You can also find the latest issue on newsstands in bookstores. Genre fiction is a rarely covered topic in the magazine. P&W is not looking for fiction, poetry or book reviews.

How to Submit: Submit by post with an SASE or via email.

Response Time: four to six weeks

Guidelines Url: https://www.pw.org/about-us/submission_guidelines

Address: The Editors
Poets & Writers Magazine 90 Broad Street, Suite 2100 New York NY 10004

This listing was last reviewed and/or updated on 2018-03-28

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