Poetry

Paying Call for Submissions – West Branch pays $50, Deadline April 1, 2015!

Still a few more days to get something in to this paying market!

Trish Hopkinson

West Branch doesn’t charge fees for submissions, but they do pay contributors. Per their submission page, “Payment is awarded for accepted works in the amount of $50 per submission of poetry, and $.05/word for prose with a maximum payment of $100. Additionally, we provide each contributor with two copies of the issue in which his/her work appears and a one-year subscription to West Branch.”

If you hurry, you can order a back issue for only $6 to see what types of writing they typically accept.

Click here to read their Submission Guidelines.

DEADLINE: April 1, 2015

If you subscribe to Duotrope, check out their Duotrope listing here.

As with all submissions, read the guidelines carefully and read what you can of their previous issues to make sure your work is a good fit. Click here for more Submission Tips.

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