The Kenyon Review Short Nonfiction Contest.
Submissions. Guidelines for Submitting to River Teeth. River Teeth invites submissions of creative nonfiction, including narrative reportage, essays, and memoirs, as well as critical essays that examine the emerging genre and that explore the impact of nonfiction narrative on the lives of its writers, subjects, and readers. River Teeth uses Submittable to read and track your submissions.
Submissions are welcome in any form and all voices will be included. Journal, poetry, essay, short story, flash fiction, creative non-fiction or simply letters to the universe. Skip to content (Press Enter) Pendemic. Not a literary magazine for ordinary times, but a journal for an exceptional one.
The Los Angeles Review is open for submissions year-round. All submissions will be considered for LAR Online and for the new best-of print edition to be released yearly in the Spring. We encourage submitters to familiarize themselves with our journal before sending work. You can read more at losangelesreview.org.
Nonfiction submissions bear little similarity to fiction submissions. Fiction editors focus on plot, writing, and mass market appeal, which means they will want to see sample chapters and a synopsis. Nonfiction editors require a full proposal, which means you will have to submit detailed chapter descriptions, explain how your book will fit into the market, and establish your expertise.
Stay up to date with the ever-changing world of publishing. Our Nonfiction Publishing News page will show you at a glance: New nonfiction publications and publishers, nonfiction markets that have re-opened or temporarily closed to submissions, and markets with significant changes or updates.
Because pictures tell stories as well as words, Memoir welcomes submissions of visual artwork, (including photography, illustrations and word art) and sound projects (audible projects, podcasts, spoken word), as well as short form memoir and Creative Nonfiction essays, interviews and book reviews. Essays should be under 3,000 words.
Concho River Review is a biannual literary journal that accepts submissions year-round. We pride ourselves on publishing some of the finest short fiction, nonfiction, and poetry from both emerging and established authors.CRR accepts only original work that has not been published previously.All submissions must include a cover letter.