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Posted: Monday, October 28, 2019 4:06:16 PM

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This is the rest of last week's list of literary sites that pay. There are several that accept poetry and sci/fi.

Odds are the links won't work so you'll need to google the titles.

* note: taken from the free online newsletter of, Authors Publish magazine (recommended)

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24. Bennington Review

Bennington Review has recently been re-founded. They publish two print issues a year and they pay their writers. Prose writers receive up to $200, poetry writers are paid $20 per poem. To learn more, visit their website here.

25. Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine

Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine is one of the better-paying markets there is out there, for science fiction content. They predominantly favor character-oriented short stories and poetry, and pay up to $1,000 for fiction. You can visit their website here.

26-29. Cricket Media’s Literary Journals
Their flagship publication, billed as “The New Yorker for Kids,” publishes poetry and fiction aimed at 9-14-year-olds. Read our full review here.

However, they also have other magazines called Babybug (for children 6 months to 3 years), Ladybug (3-6 years), and Spider (6-9 years).

You can see their submission guidelines here. They pay well.

30. CŌNFINGŌ MAGAZINE

CŌNFINGŌ MAGAZINE publishes new short fiction, poetry and art from around the world. The journal is a beautiful print-only magazine. They pay 20 pounds to all contributors. Learn more here.

31. One Story

One Story publishes one short story every three weeks. They have a print and e-versions of the story that they publish. Often, the published story is accompanied by an interview with the author of the story. They pay $500 per story and offer 25 contributor copies. To learn more, read our review here.

32. The New Yorker

It would be strange if such a list did not mention The New Yorker, which is legendary for how well it pays its writers, among other things. The New Yorker does not release the exact amount they pay on their website, although they pay very well. It is more a popular magazine than a literary journal, and publication in the New Yorker can greatly help one’s reputation as a writer. Often it leads to book deals and many other publications. Of course, because of this, it is very hard to get a piece accepted by the New Yorker. Many famous authors still try for years. It is easy to submit online, and a wonderful opportunity. To learn more, read their submission guidelines here.

33. The Wanderer

The Wanderer is an online poetry journal, launched in April 2016 as a weekly feature in Harlot Magazine. Now, as Harlot has evolved into a monthly e-zine, The Wanderer has also evolved into a new online magazine, distinct from Harlot. They pay $25 per poem. Read our review here.

34. The Forge

They pay $50 for nonfiction and fiction. Learn more at their website here.

35. Grain Magazine

Published four times per year, Grain Magazine is an internationally acclaimed literary journal that publishes engaging, surprising, eclectic, and challenging writing and art by Canadian and international writers and artists. They pay a minimum of $50 and a maximum of $250. Learn more here.

36. The Paris Review

This very respected print journal only accepts submissions via the post and they do not disclose the amount they pay, only say that they do. To learn more visit their website here.

37. Analog

A respected science fiction journal that publishes everything from short stories to novellas. They pay well. Read their full submission guidelines here.

38. SCUM

An established online literary journal with “filthy feminist leanings,” they publish poetry, fiction, nonfiction, rants, memoirs, and more. They pay AUD60 per accepted piece. Learn more here.

39. Cherry Tree

Cherry Tree publishes insightful, meaningful literature in all forms and styles. They accept work by both emerging and established authors, and publish writers from around the world. Cherry Tree offers $20 to all contributors as well as two copies of the magazine they appear in. Visit their website here.

40. Blackbird

Blackbird is one of the oldest and most respected online poetry journals. They offer payment although they do not state how much. Visit their website here.

41. MARY

MARY: A Journal of New Writing, is a thoughtfully designed online journal sponsored by the MFA in creative writing program at Saint Mary’s College of California. Contributors are paid $30 per piece. Learn more here.

42. Frozen Wavelets

An e-zine focusing on speculative flash fiction and poetry that pays their contributors. Learn more here.

43. The Puritan

This Canadian literary journal publishes and pays for poetry and prose. Learn more here.

44. The Gettysburg Review

An established publisher of poetry and fiction. They have a fee for electronic submissions but all postal submissions are free. You can learn more here.



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