Forum
Community Forum
Today's Posts
FAQ & Rules
Members List

Writing
Writing Forum
Recent Posts
Critique Guidelines

Groups
YWO Social Groups
Facebook
Myspace

Chat
 
YWA

Register

Store
Support YWO
YWO Merchandise
The Book Despository
Amazon.com (US)
Amazon.co.uk (UK)
Amazon.ca (Canada)

SBS Mag


Reply
 
Thread Tools
Old 01-21-2013, 02:56 PM View Post #21 (Link)
Shaun (Offline)
Dead Person
 
Shaun's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Gainesville, FL
Posts: 5,691
Points: 11.33
Times Thanked: 142
Originally Posted by Squint View Post
I don't suppose they receive Asian submissions?

Ugh. I better hunt some publishers on my side of the globe.
Almost all magazines and journals accept submissions from anywhere. The only barrier for you will be those select magazines that do not accept online submissions. Otherwise, assume it will read your work if it doesn't say otherwise.
__________________
The Viking Amoeba Army is here! Run for your lives!

Tumblr!

Read my published fiction and non-fiction!

And check out The World in the Satin Bag novel podcast. Help me become rich and donate!

My Random Stuff:
--The World in the Satin Bag: My science fiction, fantasy, and writing blog!
--Check out Cheese & Crackers Original and Cheese & Crackers Superheroes
--The Skiffy and Fanty Show
--Duke and Zink Do America (Political Podcast)

YWO Stuff:
--Buy Survival By Storytelling Magazine (Issue One is available!) Support fellow YWO writers!
--And don't forget to buy something from YWO's Zazzle Store!
--Follow YWO on Twitter.

Spoiler:
This is a call to arms, gather soldiers,
Time to go to war.
This is a battle song, brothers and sisters,
Time to go to war.
  Reply With Quote
Old 01-21-2013, 08:08 PM View Post #22 (Link)
Infinity_Man (Offline)
Freelance Writer
 
Infinity_Man's Avatar
 
Join Date: Apr 2012
Posts: 1,407
Points: 30
Times Thanked: 240
I currently am probably actually going to shop around a short story. My current novel won't be ready for a few months, and my previous one I've decided needs a massive overhaul.
__________________
Infinity_Man's Mega Guide

Pro-tip: because my first instinct is to procrastinate anything I see as an obligation or responsibility, asking me for a critique is a good way to make sure I never give you a critique.
  Reply With Quote
Old 01-24-2013, 05:47 PM View Post #23 (Link)
lostbookworm (Offline)
Freelance Writer
 
lostbookworm's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2009
Location: Among the Fires of Hell
Posts: 1,023
Points: 30
Times Thanked: 96
Just wanted to bump this thread to make sure another promising idea doesn't get forgotten in the midst of everyone's busy lives.

So basically out of the 70 odd poems I've written over the past couple of years, ten or so could be somewhat publishable. Anyone else got figures on what they have ready (to an extent)?
__________________
and he saw himself nailed to the cross of his own cradle and coffin
  
						Last edited by lostbookworm; 01-24-2013 at 07:04 PM.
					
					Reply With Quote
Old 01-24-2013, 07:00 PM View Post #24 (Link) This post is a reply - don't critique it
Spacepirate (Offline)
Creative Fanatic
 
Spacepirate's Avatar
 
Join Date: Mar 2010
Posts: 814
Points: 22.28
Times Thanked: 99
Don't worry, Shaun and I are currently getting the technical practicality of it sorted i.e. private subsection on this site.

I must admit, embarrassingly, that I only have one real story ready to send now. Am currently in various stages of working on four others. These five I plan to circulate and edit until one sells!
  Reply With Quote
Old 01-24-2013, 07:14 PM View Post #25 (Link)
Shaun (Offline)
Dead Person
 
Shaun's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Gainesville, FL
Posts: 5,691
Points: 11.33
Times Thanked: 142
Issues are being worked out. Sorry. It's just not doing what I want it to do, so there's a setting I'm not aware of that needs flipping. Andy is aware of it.
__________________
The Viking Amoeba Army is here! Run for your lives!

Tumblr!

Read my published fiction and non-fiction!

And check out The World in the Satin Bag novel podcast. Help me become rich and donate!

My Random Stuff:
--The World in the Satin Bag: My science fiction, fantasy, and writing blog!
--Check out Cheese & Crackers Original and Cheese & Crackers Superheroes
--The Skiffy and Fanty Show
--Duke and Zink Do America (Political Podcast)

YWO Stuff:
--Buy Survival By Storytelling Magazine (Issue One is available!) Support fellow YWO writers!
--And don't forget to buy something from YWO's Zazzle Store!
--Follow YWO on Twitter.

Spoiler:
This is a call to arms, gather soldiers,
Time to go to war.
This is a battle song, brothers and sisters,
Time to go to war.
  Reply With Quote
Old 01-24-2013, 07:31 PM View Post #26 (Link)
lostbookworm (Offline)
Freelance Writer
 
lostbookworm's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2009
Location: Among the Fires of Hell
Posts: 1,023
Points: 30
Times Thanked: 96
These are dark times. And in dark times, we must call upon a hero. A hero that we do not deserve, but have been given.




Andyman!
__________________
and he saw himself nailed to the cross of his own cradle and coffin
  Reply With Quote
Old 01-24-2013, 07:48 PM View Post #27 (Link)
Isis (Offline)
Global Moderator
 
Isis's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2009
Location: Boulder, CO
Posts: 1,732
Points: 30
Times Thanked: 355
Just for the record I can see the publishing bootcamp subforum (and I'm psyched to get started once the tech issues are sorted)
  Reply With Quote
Old 01-26-2013, 08:04 PM View Post #28 (Link)
Shaun (Offline)
Dead Person
 
Shaun's Avatar
 
Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Gainesville, FL
Posts: 5,691
Points: 11.33
Times Thanked: 142
Isis: You can see the forum because all the mods have access (for obvious reasons).

I'm just waiting on Spacepirate to confirm that he can see and access the forum. Once we do that, I can mass add people to the usergroup.
__________________
The Viking Amoeba Army is here! Run for your lives!

Tumblr!

Read my published fiction and non-fiction!

And check out The World in the Satin Bag novel podcast. Help me become rich and donate!

My Random Stuff:
--The World in the Satin Bag: My science fiction, fantasy, and writing blog!
--Check out Cheese & Crackers Original and Cheese & Crackers Superheroes
--The Skiffy and Fanty Show
--Duke and Zink Do America (Political Podcast)

YWO Stuff:
--Buy Survival By Storytelling Magazine (Issue One is available!) Support fellow YWO writers!
--And don't forget to buy something from YWO's Zazzle Store!
--Follow YWO on Twitter.

Spoiler:
This is a call to arms, gather soldiers,
Time to go to war.
This is a battle song, brothers and sisters,
Time to go to war.
  Reply With Quote
Old 01-26-2013, 09:41 PM View Post #29 (Link)
Julian (Offline)
Freelance Writer
 
Julian's Avatar
 
Join Date: May 2011
Location: Geneva
Posts: 1,252
Points: 1.23
Times Thanked: 78
Originally Posted by Isis View Post
Just for the record I can see the publishing bootcamp subforum (and I'm psyched to get started once the tech issues are sorted)



This is so titilla exciting.
__________________
http://nihilarian-atlas.tumblr.com//
  Reply With Quote
Old 01-27-2013, 07:59 PM View Post #30 (Link) My list of Duotrope favorites
Isis (Offline)
Global Moderator
 
Isis's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2009
Location: Boulder, CO
Posts: 1,732
Points: 30
Times Thanked: 355
These aren't all the most prestigious lit mags, but they are ones that I like and have considered submitting work to at some point. Most of these are either poetry-focused or have a good poetry section. Most are online, and I think all are either free to submit to or have some free submission period (like Subtropics, which is free for about 2 weeks when they open every September). Standout publications are in bold. Happy reading/submitting!

Absent Magazine
Amethyst Arsenic
Apple Valley Review
Avatar Review
B O D Y
A Baker's Dozen
Bare Hands Poetry
Barely South Review
Bateu
Beloit Poetry Journal
Birdfeast
Black Warrior Review
Booth
BOXCAR Poetry Review
A Clean, Well-lighted Place
The Collagist
Colorado Review
Columbia Poetry Review
Corium Magazine
Devil's Lake
Diagram
The Dirty Napkin
dislocate: a minnesota journal of writing and art
Eratio Poetry Journal
Fiddleblack
Field
Five Quarterly
Fugue
iO Poetry
Jellyfish
Linebreak
Loaded Bicycle
NAP
Ostrich Review
PANK magazine
Paperbag
Pebble Lake
Phoebe Journal
Poecology
Poemeleon
Poetry Northwest
POOL
Rattle
Sixth Finch
SPLIT
Squalorly
Stone Highway Review
Subtropics
Swink
Thrush Poetry Journal
West Wind Review
White Whale Review
  Reply With Quote
Reply
Thread Tools

 


All times are GMT. The time now is 10:33 PM.
Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.7 - Copyright ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
All writing Copyright © its author(s). All other material Copyright © 2007-2012 Young Writers Online unless otherwise specified.
Managed by Andrew Kukwa (Andy) and Shaun Duke (Shaun) from The World in the Satin Bag. Design by HTWoRKS.