Announcing MRB Markets Page

book_logoThe Melbourne Review of Books will curate a short fiction and poetry markets page going into the future. The page can be found at a link below the cut. At this point we will list:

  • Reoccurring Print or Electronic Markets that pay the author
  • Print Markets that provide author copies

We won’t list non-paying online only markets, and at this point we won’t be listing competitions or anthologies unless the publisher is also producing an at least semi-regular paid publication, either online or in print. The list will start off small with a few publishers we are aware of offhand. We’ll be adding to it as we become aware of short fiction and poetry markets in Australia.

Australian Markets for Short Fiction and Poetry

You can email any updated information about a market or ask for a market to be added to the listing at


About Christopher Johnstone

Christopher Johnstone lives in Melbourne
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