Paying Literary MarketsHere is the list of paying literary markets. For more options return to the Writer's Guidelines homepage.
A Cup of Comfort
Best-selling series of books featuring inspiring true stories
AGNI is a literary magazine at Boston University with an online extension, AGNI online. It publishes poetry, short fiction and essays.
Award-winning literary and black and white photography magazine
An Ohio-based literary magazine that publishes works with a strong sense of place, and is committed to publishing translations as well as works deeply imbedded in American aethetics and experience.
Atlantic Monthly, The
The Atlantic Monthly is designed for the literate reader with an interest in current events. This news magazine focuses on the political, economic, fine arts, events, and personalities affecting contemporary trends.
Bennington Review is a national print journal featuring innovative, intelligent, and moving poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and film writing. The magazine is published at Bennington College in Vermont. It was originally established in 1966 and returned in 2016 after a 30 year hiatus.
Biff's Quarterly brings together provactive thought, stripped down emotions, and pulsing creativity.
Boston Review describes itself as a political and literary forum.
Boulevard was founded in 1984 by Richard Burgin. It publishes top fiction, poetry, and essays. Some of the authros it has published include David Mamet, Alice Hoffman, Joyce Carol Oates, Jennifer Egan and Mark Strand.
Bovine Free Wyoming
quarterly electronic publication of literature and art
Book reviews, author interviews, essays.
The Literary Journal for Equestrians. Canter Magazine is a quarterly consumer magazine aimed at equestrians and horse enthusiasts.
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).
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 is a national literary journal housed at the University of Colorado Denver. It was founded by poet Adam York in 2002.
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.
Dimsum Short Story Magazine
A short story magazine
Driftwood, a literary journal of voices from afar
We will consider short fiction (not exceeding 6,000 words), essays and photographic profiles. We are particularly interested in writing material depicting the foreign experience, i.e. the Haiti of Danticat, the Calcutta of Lahiri, the China of Ha Jin
Frothing at the Mouth
Eclectic literary journal printing all genres, by new & experienced writers
Genre Sampler Magazine
Short stories of all genres. Published quarterly with additional special annual issue for novellas.
Glimmer Train is a short-story magazine featuring illustrated short stories by new and published authors. Glimmer Train stories are represented in recent editions of Pushcart Prize, O. Henry Prize Stories,Best American Short Stories and other anthologies.
Grain Magazine is an internationally acclaimed literary journal, publishing the freshest poetry and prose from Canada, the US, and abroad.
Granta - the magazine of new writing - was originally founded by Cambridge University students in 1889. It struggled in the 1970s and was relaunched in 1979 as a literary quarterly.
Harper's magazine offers original journalism and award-winning essays, fiction, and reporting to inform readers on political, literary, cultural, and scientific affairs.
Indiana Review is a non-profit literary magazine dedicated to showcasing the talents of emerging and established writers.
Iowa Review, The
The Iowa Review publishes three issues per year (April, August, and December). The literary publication features fiction, poetry, essays, reviews, interviews, and autobiographical sketches.
Jacaranda is a literary journal of voices from afar. Our aim is to bring to the American reading public new and vibrant voices from distant places on our planet.
A monthly literary E-Zine that publishes all genres of fiction
Literary Magazine, The
The Literary Magazine is a quarterly, multicultural, multilingual magazine that will be ciculated worldwide.
Metropole is the world's first fully-downloadable consumer magazine, rivaling in ambiance and taste magazines like The New Yorker and Vanity Fair.