Hinterland is a quarterly print magazine committed to publishing the best in creative non-fiction from around the globe. We are always thrilled to feature work from established, well-known authors but have a particular interest in discovering new voices and in pieces that sit outside the usual categories: we ask only that it be a work of non-fiction. 

We operate an open, year-round submissions policy and aim to read all work submitted within three months. We pay for all the work that we publish and receive frequent interest from agents and publishers regarding our contributors. 

Please send us your best work and we will endeavour to find a place for it. 

 

At Hinterland we are committed to publishing the best in creative non-fiction from around the globe. We are always thrilled to feature work from established, well-known authors but have a particular interest in discovering new voices and in pieces that sit outside the usual categories: we ask only that it be a work of non-fiction. 

We operate an open, year-round submissions policy and aim to read all work submitted within three months. We pay for all the work that we publish and receive frequent interest from agents and publishers regarding our contributors. 

Please send us your best work and we will endeavour to find a place for it. 

  • We warmly embrace writing on any topic, or from any genre, we ask only that it falls somewhere in the realm of non-fiction writing. 
  • All work should be new, previously unpublished material. If your work is subsequently accepted elsewhere, please kindly let us know.
  • We accept anything from 500-5000 words. We also accept extracts from longer works, or works in progress. 
  • Your work will be considered for all upcoming issues; it might help you to know that we operate a 3-4 month editorial lead time. 
  • We typically pay £100 for a long-form article, or £30 for shorter articles and contributions to our regular features.
  • We charge a small readers' fee of £3 for all submissions. Subscribers can submit their work to us for free.
  •  We regret that, due to the number of submissions received, we cannot provide feedback. 

At Hinterland we are committed to publishing the best in creative non-fiction from around the globe. We are always thrilled to feature work from established, well-known authors but have a particular interest in discovering new voices and in pieces that sit outside the usual categories: we ask only that it be a work of non-fiction. 

We operate an open, year-round submissions policy and aim to read all work submitted within three months. We pay for all the work that we publish and receive frequent interest from agents and publishers regarding our contributors. 

As well as longer-form pieces, we are currently looking for shorter, 'flash' pieces of non-fiction. We define 'flash' non-fiction as anything from 250-1000 words, with a little room for manoeuvre at both ends of this limit.

  • We warmly embrace writing on any topic, or from any genre, we ask only that it falls somewhere in the realm of non-fiction writing. 
  • All work should be new, previously unpublished material. If your work is subsequently accepted elsewhere, please kindly let us know.
  • We define 'flash' non-fiction as anything from 250-1000 words.
  • Your work will be considered for all upcoming issues; it might help you to know that we operate a 3-4 month editorial lead time. 
  • We typically pay £30 for flash pieces and contributions to our regular features.
  • We charge a small readers' fee of £3 for all submissions. Subscribers can submit their work to us for free.
  • If you're submitting flash non-fiction you can submit up to three articles as part of the same submission. 
  •  We regret that, due to the number of submissions received, we cannot provide feedback. 
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