Before you read on, you should know that Words Words Words is a non-paying market.
Compensation for published work consists solely on the promotion of your work, and you as a writer.
A short biography must be included with submission. No artwork unless you are the artist.
Remember, our goal is to help the amateur writer's community, and one of the ways we do that is by getting your work out there where people can see it.
Articles that are non-literary related are rarely published (i.e.: we wouldn't publish an article on how to budget your money, but we would publish an article on how to budget a writer's income).
Book Reviews for anything other than fiction, and non-fiction for writers are not accepted. If you would like your own book reviewed, contact us for a mailing address so you can send us the book.
Length of submission is flexible: we aren't really concerned with quantity - just quality, so if you plan to submit a very long piece, make sure it's worth all that reading.
All submissions must be the original work of the author. Copied or stolen material is prohibited.
All submissions must be emailed to the editor - email@example.com. Attachments are accepted in .doc or .htm format.
To avoid spam, all emails must contain the word "submission" or "query" in the subject line.
Please use your real name - the whole point is to get your name out there.
PLEASE carefully edit all material for grammar, punctuation, and spelling before submitting.
You will be notified by email if your work has been accepted for publication.
Please refrain from using the published material elsewhere during the three-month period that it is being used in Words Words Words. After that period, you are free to do what you want with your work.
Please subscribe to Words Words Words to be notified by email when the issue with your work is out.
Words Words Words has the right to publish your work for the three-month duration of the issue, and on the web thereafter in the Words Words Words Archives.
If your submission is not accepted for publication in Words Words Words, it was probably not suitable for the current issue, or was in need of too much revision.
You may submit as often as you like.
For more information, contact the Words Words Words editor, Marylin Houle - firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your interest in writing for Words Words Words. We wish you the best of luck in all your literary endeavors.