You can find all of the journals available here from the link in the top left for “All Listings.” You can find all the categories under the sidebar menu labeled “All Journal Categories.”
The categories were made by me. They might not be accurate.
On the homepage you can find three dropdown menus for “Genre,” “Social Channels,” and “Submissions.”
You can look for a specific genre and a type of social media channel, and whether the submissions are open.
I’d recommend starting with one category and nothing else. Click into whatever journals come up, and then go over to their websites, the submission guidelines, and the social media channels.
All of that stuff will help you get an idea about what that journal is trying to do and taking the time to get to know them can only help you in your submission process.
Do it before you write. Do it while you write. Do it after you write. If you’re a novelist, you’ll probably not want to pitch something like Business Insider or Forbes but maybe you have a unique angle and a reason?
The point is that you have a one stop shop now to find new outlets, and I’m hoping more than anything that it becomes a community. If you have a note that’s helpful regarding a specific journal listed, you can leave a comment directly on the page.
I’ll review these before pushing them live, but if I see a ton of activity I’ll try to figure out how to continue building this platform to make it more social.
Like a social network for writers…
Finally, there are tons of resources out there doing this already. You can probably find this list via Writer’s Market, Publisher’s Weekly, or several other locations.
My goal is to make this a resource by writers, for writers, and to always keep it that way. So if you have a recommendation to help me do that, I’m open to hearing anything.