Where to Submit Alaska Stories
Alaska Women Speak is a journal devoted to their expression of ideas, literature and art. Their Mission: Alaska women have stories to tell.
Alaska Magazine considers unsolicited stories. You can read all the details here along with a list of their monthly themes for 2024.
Alaska Quarterly Review accepts fiction, poetry, drama and non-fiction. Submissions will open again in 2024.
Permafrost Magazine, Fairbanks. “We’re looking for flash essays, prose poems, hermit-crab stories, lyric essays, lists, anecdotes about your creepy uncle.”
Alaskan Tales wants stories on these themes: Remember When, Bear Encounters, Fish Tales, Living in Alaska, North to Alaska, That time we almost died, Why Hello Mr. Moose, and unlisted topics. Your story would be recorded and appear on their podcast.
Special Alaska Topics
“Soliday Hygge” story for Alaska Women Speak. Hygge is “a word in Danish and Norwegian that describes a cozy, contented mood evoked by comfort and conviviality” and “the feeling of quiet comfort.” Deadline November 15, 2023.
The Alaska Railroad which celebrates its 100-year anniversary in 2023. You can learn more and submit your story here.
Do you have a Covid 19 story for the University of Alaska, Museum of the North. You can submit it here.
Recover Alaska is seeking stories of recovery from alcohol misuse. Submission form is here.
Alaska Business considers freelance stories. More information here.