Faerie Magazine welcomes submissions for our forthcoming issues. You can submit your work to firstname.lastname@example.org. Poetry should be sent to email@example.com. Simultaneous submissions are accepted.
We work with numerous photographers, artists, and writers to create Faerie Magazine, and are constantly on the lookout for gorgeous, enchanting words and images. If you have an idea, or story, or photo—or anything!—that you think would work in our pages, we'd love to hear about it. But please take a look at our magazine first. We offer a free PDF of our autumn 2016 issue here, and you can download inexpensive digital versions of our back issues here.
We'd also love to hear from you if you have a product you think our readers would love. We buy wholesale and/or make drop-shipping arrangements with select vendors, and share these products regularly with our fans on Facebook. We will also sometimes share lovely images on our Faerie Magazine Facebook page with over 1.6 million followers, with a credit link provided.
Due to the volume of submissions we receive, we are not able to guarantee a response to those who contact us.
A few general guidelines for submission
- Please attach individual JPG files no larger than 3mb/image to your email, or provide links to easily-accessible files. If you give us zip files to download, or a link to a photo site that requires a log in, we will likely not be able to view your photos. If we choose to use your photos, we can ask for larger copies of images in a follow-up email.
- Photos containing nudity or the use of animal fur will not be considered for Faerie Magazine or any of our social media sites.
- We tend not to publish anything too dark, too overtly fantastic or spiritual, and only publish original writing or excerpts from soon-to-be-published books.
- Article and story submissions should also be attached as Word documents.
Faerie Magazine’s submission deadlines are generally as follows:
Spring issue: December 20th
Summer issue: March 20th
Fall issue: July 20th
Winter issue: September 20th
Upcoming issue themes include…
Summer 2017: A Midsummer Day’s Fairy (a focus on beautiful, ethereal fairy imagery)
Fall 2017: Practical Magic (spells, enchantment, magic, sisterhood)
Winter 2017: Medieval Winter (medieval and gothic holiday celebrations, rich jewel-toned tapestry imagery)