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Book forthcoming Fall A Note About Reading Fees Here at Creative Nonfiction, we are always reading, searching for excellent new work to showcase in our various publications.
At any given time, we usually have several submission portals open see above calls for submissionsmany of which require writers to pay a reading fee to submit their work. Why we charge reading fees.
We publish between writers every year, and we pay every single one of those writers; reading fees help offset that expense. Online submission is incredibly convenient for writers, but in some cases, it can be too convenient.
Charging a nominal fee helps eliminate spam submitters--and it helps offset the administrative expenses of processing submissions. How to avoid paying the reading fees. For books and other non-contest submission categories, send a hard-copy submission through the mail.
The only cost is in ink and postage. Participate in our ongoing micro-essay experiment on Twitter! We publish up to 22 "Tiny Truths" in every issue … and we pay these writers with copies of the magazine.
How buying a subscription to CNF eliminates the cost of a reading fee. We recently adopted a new policy: Subscribers can submit as many times, to as many calls for submissions as they like, as long as their subscription is current.
This is our way of supporting the readers who are supporting us. Ways to become a subscriber or renew a lapsed subscription to CNF. Joining our list is another way to stay up-to-date for all of our current calls and news. You can always purchase a subscription at the regular price at any time from anywhere.
FAQs How much do you pay for a published essay? My essay is over your word limit. Will you still consider it for publication?
Do you always charge a reading fee? In the case of contests, reading fees generally offset the costs associated with those issues, as well as in most cases the prize money; or, for a small additional cost, you can become a subscriberwhich also helps keep the lights on at CNF. If you live abroad and submit by regular mail, please note that checks or money orders to cover reading fees must be issued in US dollars.
Will you consider excerpts from longer pieces? We are happy to read excerpts from longer pieces, though in our experience it rarely works to pull 4, words from a longer piece and call it an essay.
Rather, we suggest you consider adapting part of your longer piece so that it can truly stand alone. Does something posted on a blog count as previously published? If your blog is shared with the public, we do consider its writing published.
If you significantly re-write or expand a piece that is posted on your blog, though, we will be able to consider it for any of our calls for submissions. Can I change the names or distinguishing characteristics of the people in my story to protect their privacy?
We typically prefer that you not do this, and would argue that, in most cases, there are better ways to approach this type of challenge. Will you give feedback on the essay I submitted? CNF typically considers only unpublished work and seeks first publication rights.
After publication, CNF typically retains certain reprint rights, and some other rights revert to the author. Can I make changes to my essay once I submit it online? The work you submit for consideration should be the final proofread and edited version of your essay.
We do understand that mistakes happen, however, so in the event that you submitted the wrong file, realized that your essay was a poem, or some other obvious oversight, we do allow editing of submitted essays within a limited set of parameters--usually within two weeks of the original submission date or up until a contest deadline.
After the essay has been assigned to a reader, changing files can cause a lot of confusion and may result in our not giving your work our best attention. I found a typo in my submission.
What should I do? While your essay should be carefully proofread, a small typo will not influence the overall evaluation of your submission.
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