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20 Must-Read Markets for Novel and Short Story Writers

As a writer, it's important to be aware of the different markets available for publishing your work. Here are 20 must-read markets for novel and short story writers:

  1. The New Yorker – a weekly magazine that publishes fiction, poetry, and essays.

  2. The Atlantic – a monthly magazine that publishes fiction, poetry, and essays.

  3. The Paris Review – a quarterly magazine that publishes fiction, poetry, and essays.

  4. Harper's Magazine – a monthly magazine that publishes fiction, poetry, and essays.

  5. The New York Times Book Review – a weekly section of The New York Times that reviews new books.

  6. The New Republic – a monthly magazine that publishes fiction, poetry, and essays.

  7. The Kenyon Review – a quarterly magazine that publishes fiction, poetry, and essays.

  8. The Southern Review – a quarterly magazine that publishes fiction, poetry, and essays.

  9. The Hudson Review – a quarterly magazine that publishes fiction, poetry, and essays.

  10. The Georgia Review – a quarterly magazine that publishes fiction, poetry, and essays.

  11. The Missouri Review – a quarterly magazine that publishes fiction, poetry, and essays.

  12. Ploughshares – a literary magazine that publishes fiction, poetry, and essays.

  13. Granta – a literary magazine that publishes fiction, poetry, and essays.

  14. One Story – a literary magazine that publishes one short story per issue.

  15. The Sun – a literary magazine that publishes fiction, poetry, and essays.

  16. Glimmer Train – a literary magazine that publishes fiction, poetry, and essays.

  17. The Antioch Review – a quarterly magazine that publishes fiction, poetry, and essays.

  18. The Cincinnati Review – a quarterly magazine that publishes fiction, poetry, and essays.

  19. The Gettysburg Review – a quarterly magazine that publishes fiction, poetry, and essays.



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