It’s time for the latest additions to the market list here at B&B.I hope you find something useful.
Disclaimer: Bear in mind that I am sharing these links not endorsing them. Always read the complete guidelines before submitting anything AND always do your homework.
Recently, Penumbra announced the news it will be filling the remaining subscriptions for the now defunct Realms of Fantasy. This up and coming specfic e-zine operates on a theme, so be sure to read the guidelines carefully before submitting.
Essays, commentary, news, fiction, and profiles are staples for The New Yorker. Submissions must be made as pdf attachments and sent through their online form.
Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine “uses stories of almost every length. 2,500-8,000 words is the preferred range, but we occasionally use stories of up to 12,000 words and we feature one or two short novels (up to 20,000 words) each year…” They have some specific submission requirements, so here’s another case where you need to read the guidelines carefully before you submit.
Brain, Child is not your typical parenting magazine targeted at mothers. This title takes a literary approach to motherhood and publishes a mix of fiction and nonfiction.
If you have a knack for writing about local attractions, your work might find a home in Go, the inflight magazine of AirTran Airways ( A subsidiary of Southwest Airlines.) Check their website for the types of topics they cover.
- Submit, Submit, Submit: Writing Markets December 2011
- Submit, Submit, Submit: Writing Markets November 2011
- Submit, Submit, Submit: Writing Markets October 2011