fresh.ink magazine combines highly-rated work from the fresh.ink beta reader feedback platform with some of the best stories published elsewhere.
fresh.ink is a digital magazine accessed via our iOS and Android apps. It's due to launch early October 2019.
Ahead of our launch, we're accepting submissions for fiction reprints of any length at 1c per word for non-exclusive rights. Our guidelines are listed below, but if you have any questions, drop us an email at email@example.com.
fresh.ink magazine features the highest-rated writing from our fresh.ink critique platform combined with some of the best fiction from literary magazines across the US.
We're looking for fiction work of any length. In order to qualify, work must have been published in a reputable literary magazine or publisher. We're not currently accepting unpublished, self-published or vanity press work.
Any fiction genre is welcome except erotica, fan-fiction or overly graphic/explicit work.
We require submissions to be in US English.
You must ensure your work is no longer bound by contractual obligations to the original publisher. Check your original contract to ensure any exclusivity periods have expired. If your original publisher requires a mention on reprints, that's no problem, but you must let us know in the submission description field.
There is no submission fee.
We pay $0.01 (USD) per word for accepted submissions.
Our submissions are open and ongoing as our digital library is updated weekly.
Because we’re only accepting reprints, and we’re not purchasing exclusive rights, simultaneous submissions are allowed.
You may submit multiple times providing all submissions have been published by reputable magazines or publishers.
All work must be a complete, independent story. Flash fiction is acceptable. Previews, series and excerpts are not allowed.
Please remove all author identifying information from the submitted document, we’ll collect these via Submittable. Ensure there is no personally identifiable information within the document. We accept Word documents, PDFs, Apple Pages, rich text and plain text files.