Literary Magazines for Young Writers

It is a great idea to take advantage of all the amazing literary magazines steered towards young writers if you are, and because of that I put together a list of a few magazines just for you to submit to! Make sure you check out my blog post where I give tips to young writers and talk about how important it is for writers to submit their work and you can do that right here 🙂

Cricket

Fiction: 600-1,800 words Non-Fiction: 1,200-1,800 words Poetry: up to 35 lines

The Adroit Journal

Prose: 3 pieces up to 3,000 words each piece Poetry: up to 6 pieces Art: up to 8 pieces

Apprehension Magazine

Prose: 15 pages, double spaced Poetry: up to 6 pieces, single spaced Non-Fiction: up to 12 pages

The Claremont Review – April 15-March 15

Prose: 1,500 word maximum Poetry: up to 3 poems Visual Art/Photography: up to 6 images

The Concord Review

History Essay: 4,000-6,000 word maximum

Rookie Magazine

Accepts fiction, non-fiction, rants, raves, humor, poetry, etc

Those are a few literary magazines to submit to, and I hope that you submit to some! Don’t forget to check out my last blog post, as well as all my social media accounts linked below 🙂

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