It’s sorta ironic, isn’t it? An unpublished novelists advising others on how to get published. Well, I promise you everything here is authentic.
I’ve been thinking. I do so many posts on writing and books, but I haven’t been fair to you, my blogees. Here are links to different literary magazines geared for writers who haven’t had anything published before (new) or those with few credits to their name (emerging). Here we go …
How good would it sound to legitimately tell an agent or publisher that you’ve published fiction before? Well you can. It’s still hard to show you’re good enough to get published but it’s easier than trying to get your novel published.
Why not try Regime? Nathan Hondros, Editor, has this message for interested Australian and International writers:
Regime is a new magazine of short stories, poetry and performance writing to be published in Western Australia. We need contemporary writing that holds its own on an international stage and is proud of its origins (whether Perth or Paris).
Submit by email: submission [at] regimebooks.com.au.
Deadline: Before May 15.
More details: http://regimebooks.com.au/magazine/.
Otherwise, you can try these mags who support new and/or emerging writers:
- Sucker (Only for YA audiences)
- Columbia: A journal of literature and art
- Do Not Look At The Sun
- Berkeley Fiction Review
- Fiction Fix
- Southerly (For Australian and New Zealand writers only)
- Midwest Coast Review
I know today’s post is a short one but I will be publishing more posts, more often now that I have more time.
Please leave suggestions and links in the comments section so we can all benefit from literary magazines I haven’t mentioned (but are beneficial). Thanks!