Submissions made simple

Submittable is the best way to accept and review digital content and files.




Submissions Manager
  • Receive and manage all types of digital content: editorial,
    contest entries, business plans, portfolios, applications
  • Earn revenue by accepting payment with submissions
  • Store files over time with no hosting costs
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“It blew our minds. All of our submissions flowed through that tool. We could assign them to people for review and editing.”

— The Atlantic


Get rid of inbox and office clutter.
Manage files and collaborate in one central, cloud-based platform. Store
files over time with no hosting costs.

Increase Entries

Provide your users with an easy, trustworthy tool for submitting. Organizations that use our software typically see a 30-50 percent increase
in entries.

Earn Revenue

Accept payment with submissions safely and securely. Create a new revenue stream while decreasing spam.


Who's using Submittable?

And what they're saying...

“Submittable is tremendous”

McSweeney's Books and Magazine

“Very agile and easy-to-use”

Good Magazine

Quick Facts


Organizations and publishers using Submittable

6+ Million

Files submitted and curated since 2010


Average new revenue sent to our clients
per month

23 Countries

Organizations in 23 countries, receiving files from over 100


Submission Deadlines Through April 21st

4.9.2014 / Laurie Pace

04/08/2014  Hudson Valley Writers’ Center – Friday Poetry Workshop with Jennifer Franklin (Session 2) etc 04/09/2014  The Fence at Photoville –  Streets, People,  Home,  Play,  Creatures 04/09/2014  Traverse Theatre – Festival 2014 – Visiting Company Submissions 04/10/2014  Litro Magazine – Shakespearian Sonnet Competition, Augmented Reality: May 2014 (Print Magazine) 04/10/2014  Oak Orchard Review – Fiction, Art (photography and/or digital images […]


Most Requested Feature Ever: Custom Reviews and Rankings

4.7.2014 / Michael FitzGerald

Custom reviews enables you to create fulling customized surveys and ratings around submissions, applications, entries, or hires. It works for peer reviews, scoring entries or applications or just getting nuanced information about your content or films. You can drag and drop any type of question, drop-down, check-box, or radio button for enabling any type of rating around the submission.


As seen in...

The New York Times, The Atlantic, The New Yorker, VentureBeat, ReadWriteWeb