Welcome to SFWP's Submittable page. Below, you will find options to:

  • Submit to the SFWP Quarterly, our online journal. Find the current issue right here.
  • The general Literary Awards Program has concluded. Stay tuned to our newsletter and follow us on Twitter or Facebook for more details. 
  • Publishing submissions for SFWP, ASP, and 2040 Books are closed. 







This is the form for all fiction submissions to The SFWP Quarterly, edited by Managing Editor Monica Prince. 


When you submit your work for consideration, you should:

  • Let us know if the piece has been published elsewhere, including online (previously published work is OK — just let us know, please).
  • Include a short author biography (50-75 words), including publishing credits.
  • Give us your social media so we can follow your work!


Ideally, your entry will be around 2500 - 3000 words in length. We like to keep it short for the internet audience, but we have published longer work in the past.

Multiple entries are accepted. All genres are considered. Rolling deadlines.


This is the form for all creative nonfiction submissions to The SFWP Quarterly, edited by Managing Editor Monica Prince. 

Ideally, your entry will be around 3000 words in length. We like to keep it short for the internet audience, but we have published longer work in the past.

Multiple entries are accepted. All genres are considered. We like personal essays, memoir, academic essays with emotional resonance, and other forms of creative nonfiction. Rolling deadlines.

When you submit your work for consideration, you should:

  • Let us know if the piece has been published elsewhere, including online (previously published work is OK — just let us know, please).
  • Include a short author biography (50-75 words), including publishing credits.
  • Give us your social media so we can follow your work!

This is the form for all book review submissions to The SFWP Quarterly, edited by Managing Editor Monica Prince. 

We're most interested in books published by independent and/or small presses that have been published within the last five years. Reviews of books by writers with intersecting marginalized identities (writers of color, writers of the LGBTQ++ community, writers with disabilities, writers who are undocumented or Indigenous, veterans, etc.) are especially considered. Reviews of books from all genres (poetry, speculative literature, science fiction, experimental literature, memoir, fiction, creative nonfiction, etc.) are also accepted. 

Multiple entries are accepted. We're looking for a word count of 600 - 1,000 words. Rolling deadlines.

When you submit your work for consideration, you should:

  • Let us know if the piece has been published elsewhere, including online (previously published work is OK — just let us know, please).
  • Include a short author biography (50-75 words), including publishing credits.
  • If the book review is unsolicited, then please include details on the book - publisher, synopsis, and any relevant links to the author's blog/website or the publisher, if applicable. 
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