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A Writer's Chance: Top Fiction Publishers Accepting Unsolicited Submissions

As an unagented writer, it can be challenging to find publishers that accept unsolicited submissions. However, there are still many opportunities for writers to have their fiction published. Here are some top fiction publishers currently accepting unsolicited submissions:

  1. Graywolf Press: This independent publisher is currently accepting unsolicited submissions for their fiction program. They publish literary fiction, poetry, and nonfiction.

  2. Milkweed Editions: This independent publisher is currently accepting unsolicited submissions for their fiction program. They publish literary fiction, poetry, and nonfiction, with a focus on voices that are underrepresented in the industry.

  3. Deep Vellum Publishing: This independent publisher is currently accepting unsolicited submissions for their fiction program. They focus on translated literature and works that promote a greater understanding of the world.

  4. BOA Editions: This independent publisher is currently accepting unsolicited submissions for their fiction program. They publish poetry, fiction, and literary nonfiction.

  5. The Unnamed Press: This independent publisher is currently accepting unsolicited submissions for their fiction program. They focus on literary fiction and narrative nonfiction, with a focus on underrepresented voices and perspectives.

It's important to note that submission guidelines and requirements vary from publisher to publisher, so be sure to research each publisher and follow their guidelines carefully before submitting your work. Also, some publisher might have a closed submission period, so please check the website for more details.

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