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The Satirist

Literary Magazine

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The Satirist features original works of satire and parody, especially literary artifacts, as well as serious criticism and book reviews. We publish satirical news that are just for topical amusement; they don’t generally purport to be of any lasting literary value.

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Highlights

  • Vibe:Send us your best but less intimidating
  • Response time:
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  • Acceptance rate:
    9% *
    Editor reported data

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  • Accepts simultaneous submissions

    What's that?

    When you can submit your work to multiple magazines at the same time

  • Accepts previously published

    What's that?

    When the magazine wants to publish your previously published work. Requirements vary

  • Nominates for prizes

  • Active on social media

  • Available in print

  • Provides contributor copies

  • Has examples online

  • Offers expedited response

    What's that?

    Expedited submission: When the magazine offers a faster response time for an extra fee

Fiction

Sub Genres: Humor

For fiction submissions, longer, more developed pieces are preferable to “flash fiction.” See "Humor".

Comics

No specific limitations

Art

Cartoons or illustrations.

Humor

Satirical news, general satire, satirical and humorous essays, book reviews, movie reviews. There is no fixed word limitation or maximum word count.

Poetry

See "Humor".

Review

See "Humor".

Nonfiction

See "Humor".

How to submit

  • Processs

    Email

  • Cover letter

    No cover letter advice

  • Eligibility

    No specific eligibility requirements

  • Formatting

    We don't have formatting requirements for this magazine

  • Author's rights

    We don't have rights information for this magazine

  • Additional info

    Due to the high volume of submissions, please understand that you may not receive a reply. Satires often play with genre-bending. So it’s always important to establish the “genre” of the satire, even if to subvert it. News satires should read like a news article, unless it is purporting to be another type of article, such as an op-ed, an essay, a review, etc. Topical satirical news is very popular now, but generally has a short shelf-life. It’s worthwhile to aim for more timeless satire, difficult as it is.

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    Dan Geddes

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