» 62 Poetry Manuscript Publishers Who Do Not Charge Reading Fees

Author’s Publish shares a listing of Poetry Manuscript Publishers you might want to check out… ❤

Most poetry manuscript publishers charge their readers a fee to submit. You can read about why that is the case here. This article focuses on a number of poetry manuscript publishers who do not charge submission fees to writers, which is good news for poets.This is the most complete list of poetry manuscript publishers who do not charge fees, on the internet, or off for that matter.

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12 thoughts on “» 62 Poetry Manuscript Publishers Who Do Not Charge Reading Fees

  1. Reblogged this on The Poetry Channel and commented:
    Continuing with the “get your work out there” theme. Authors Publish is a great source. I get these in my inbox all the time and if you want to publish your work, you should too.
    Thanks, Colleen.

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  2. I posted a poem recently called Alchemy that was my personal answer to “do I want to be published”. If I were younger I probably would. For now my writing is an end in itself. On the other hand if I were younger I would not have had the life experience to be able to write as I do today. A conundrum. I think you do a great job of helping writers find their way in the blogging world and all its possibilities. 🙂

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    1. I have thought the same thing, Viva. I always wanted to write but when I was younger it seemed like I was waiting for that final piece to my life puzzle. I believe the missing thing was “time.” I needed time to formulate a plan. I always knew I would write books for children – young teens. That was the hardest part of my life growing up. I learned many values from the Bobbsey Twins and Elsie Dinsmore. LOL! Nancy Drew, especially! The characters in those books were my friends. I only hope I can give that to another teen… ❤


      1. Time is what I have now that I didn’t have before, and living alone (a good thing for me). I read the same books you did. I tried to be as good as Elsie Dinsmore but wasn’t. I began my life-long love of mysteries with Nancy Drew. My favorite book was The Little White Horse by Elizabeth Goudge. I think it is a little like your book. After my granddaughter reads it I will borrow it from her to read myself. I believe your book will be all you hope for it to be. ❤

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        1. Thank you, Viva. I was obsessed with horses as a kid. I lived in the city and wanted a horse so badly. Misty of Chincoteague was my favorite! I also loved The Little House on the Prairie series. My step mother was much older than you. That was the only thing I had in common with her. Reading. 😊


          1. I remember and liked Misty of Chincoteague. The Little White Horse is a mythical creature, like a unicorn. I found the book online several years and bought it. I loved it as much and for the same reasons as when I was ten years old.

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          2. I will have to look for that one. I found a kindle version of Elsie Dinsmore and downloaded it. Wasn’t the horse’s name Nosmoking? Written on the barn door as “no smoking?” LOL.


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