One of the many reasons we began publishing our literary quarterly Pulp Literature was that there were very few magazines that paid, and many that did not. We firmly believe in paying authors.
Writers have a deep reservoir of great pieces. Opportunities for paid publication can be tracked down on the Internet, although they are apt to go out of date quickly. And, when agents and publishing firms are happy to accept unsolicited manuscripts, you want to know it.
Somebody’s got to scour the web for these opportunities, and since Mel is a mystery writer, and Jen is unstoppable in mounted combat, we decided we are the women to take on the challenge. We search for paying opportunities, for open submissions windows, for publishers who are willing to take on emerging and established writers, and we devised a meeting place where you can find them.
Welcome to the Writers’ Café and Centre Stage, where there’s a paying opportunity posted at least once every day. Cheers to you and your career, may you be prolific, publish often, and get paid for your excellent work.
With three cheers, from your Pulp Literature Team!
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