In its nearly three centuries of existence, The Saturday Evening Post has published short fiction by a who’s who of American authors including F. Scott Fitzgerald; William Faulkner; Agatha Christie; Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.; Ray Bradbury; Louis L’Amour; Sinclair Lewis; Jack London; and Edgar Allan Poe.
In the spirit of this legacy, we’re adding to our rich literary history with the launch of New Fiction Friday. Each week, we’ll feature the newest fiction from aspiring authors all over the country, bringing you new adventures and unique stories from writers just like you, available exclusively on our website.
Want to see your stories featured here? Great! Send an email with electronic copy of your story (.doc preferred), a short bio of 100 words or less, and a high-resolution image of yourself to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put “Attn: Fiction” in the subject line. See our submission guidelines below.
- Stories must be works of fiction, in any genre
- Submissions should be no more than 2,000 words in length
- Stories must be previously unpublished
- No profane or explicit adult content
Note: If you would like your story to be considered for publication in the print issue of The Saturday Evening Post, please submit to email@example.com, Attn: Fiction. Stories submitted for web publication will not be considered for the magazine.
Go Big or Go Home – Enter The Saturday Evening Post Great American Fiction Contest
We are now accepting submissions for the 2015 Great American Fiction Contest! Click here to find out more about the contest and how to enter. Please note that stories submitted for the fiction contest must be previously unpublished works of fiction, and therefore cannot be simultaneously submitted for New Fiction Friday.