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Meghan I frequently receive e-mails from people looking for places to publish their personal essays. Fiction and nonfiction writers alike all have a great story about the time Aunt Harriet came for dinner and left on the back of a horse, or the time the cat disappeared and returned six years later, or the time they had an epiphany about the meaning of life while walking through the woods at dusk.
Who will publish it? And who will pay? Here are 20 newspapers, magazines, literary journals, and anthologies to help you begin your search: You may even want to buy this Modern Love collection.
The best way to submit to any large publication is to have someone put you in touch with the editor of the column. The rest of us can e-mail our essays to the Lives section at lives at nytimes dot com. Submit My Turn essays to editorial at thedailybeast dot com.
For more information, read the submission guidelines. Check out this listand then click around the different departments Life, Sex, Poetry, etc. Slate —Slate publishes some essays, but I was so distracted by their targeted banner ads Camping gear!
For more information, contact the editorial department. For more info, read their contributor guidelines. Granta —A British literary magazine, Granta publishes original memoir pieces between and words.
They do not accept e-mail submissions. Read a few copies of the journal you can find most journals at a library and then read their guidelines. The suggested deadline for their Spring issue, themed Weird Science, is Oct.
The real deadline is Nov. Click here for submission guidelines. The best way to learn what any publication is looking for is to read several issues of that publication, and Zyzzyva is no exception. Start by buying a copy. Then read the submission guidelines. Visit their website for submission details.
Otherwise, you can submit year-round and your submission will be held for the following competition.
Pathos can reveal, but so can humor and joy; superior craft clarity, concrete details, strong narrative development ; and ambiguity, complexity, depth, thoughtfulness, delicacy, humor, irreverence, lyricism, sincerity; the elegant and the raw.
And here are the submission guidelines. Adams Media books—Adams publishes nonfiction books, including some anthologies.
In addition to those listed above, there is a plethora of other literary journals that publish personal essays.A list of the best blogs and websites focused on literary fiction and culture Chandrahas is the author of the novel Arzee the Dwarf and this blog is rich in its collection of essays and book reviews of Indian and International literary fiction.
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Hannah has a great relationship with her aunt Eva as it says in the book that for some reason even Hannah doesn't know why but she has always preferred Aunt Eva. Chaya had a great relationship with Rivka who is. Arguably: Essays Christopher Hitchens (Hachette/Twelve) As a political, cultural, and literary critic, Hitchens stands alone, as demonstrated by this major collection of mostly recent essays and reviews covering a range of topics, from America's founding fathers to the state of the English language.
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