Writing Class Radio is a podcast of a writing class for those who get inspired by hearing other people tell their stories and want to learn a little bit about how to write their own. It’s a paying market.
One Story is a paying literary magazine that publishes one story at a time. They seek good-quality, unpublished literary fiction stories between 3,000 and 8,000 words on any subject and in any style.
Shit & Whimsy: the Writers’ HQ blog is a UK paying market for #bloggers. The Writers’ HQ offers tips, training and retreats.
subTerrain magazine is an arts journal published in Canada. They strive for “a stimulating fusion of fiction, poetry, photography and graphic illustration from uprising Canadian, U.S. & international writers and artists.” They offer #payingmarkets with NO to nomimal fees for the #80 issue. Deadline: June 8 2018
Launched in 2009 by Lord Matthew Evans, The Sunday Times EFG Short Story Award is an international prize for a single short story – recognising the finest writers from around the globe. The prize has an immensely rich heritage, with some of the finest writers from America, Britain, Ireland and the Commonwealth appearing on its longlists […]
The 2014 Commonwealth Short Story Prize: winners are awarded for the best piece of unpublished short fiction (2000 – 5000 words) in English. Submissions must be made by the author of the short story. PRIZES: There will be five winners, one from each region, covering the Commonwealth regions of 1. Africa, 2. Asia, 3. Canada and […]
Amazon Kindle Singles is the hottest way to make money from your unpublished short fiction or non-fiction and e-books. A Kindle Single can be on any topic. So far we’ve posted fiction, essays, memoirs, reporting, personal narratives, and profiles, and we’re expanding our selection every week. We’re looking for high-quality writing, fresh and original ideas, […]
Sasee encourages writers and artists to submit work for review to be included in an upcoming issue. We are always interested in reading editorial we may be able to publish and viewing artwork that may be suitable for an upcoming cover. They are seeking “new, unpublished, first-person, non-fiction material that is for or about women. […]
The Capilano Review is a paying market interested in experimental, venturesome writing and art while respecting the indigenous peoples of Canada. TCR also welcome pitches for their “see to see–” review section.