Literary journals helped build Submittable. To show our appreciation we offer a special plan for members of the Community of Literary Magazines and Presses.
To better support the community that has supported us, we designed a unique plan with CLMP with robust features at an affordable price. Choose from monthly or annual payment options, and receive unrestricted team seats and submissions and so much more.
If you’re already CLMP member, you’re eligible for the discounted rate. Log in to your CLMP account and purchase the plan today.
If you’re a literary journal interested in these plans, join CLMP to receive these special rates.
Create custom, online forms to help you collect important submitter details and a variety of file types that matter the most to your submission process.
Easily communicate with submitters and reviewers with custom email and response templates, reminders, bulk updates, and more.
Track and review all submissions in one place with yes/no voting or a custom review form to capture qualitative or quantitative feedback.
Publish your calls and get connected with writers from all over the world. You can keep all your communication in one place and not be bogged down trying to find emails or attachments in different places.
Submittable is a 24/7 meet-and-greet for writers and publishers. It connects our online literary journal Typishly.com with talented, creative writers we would never be able to discover on our own.
Founding Editor, Typishly
Conduct your entire submission process, from start to finish, in Submittable. You can clearly communicate with your submitters and reviewers, keep all applications in one hub, and review a variety of works from written to visual art pieces in your designated Submittable platform.
Use default email templates to improve communication with submitters, while actually reducing your time spent.
Automatically distribute submissions to reviewers, or manually assign submissions as they arrive.
Allow submitters to edit their form details, as well as add, replace, or delete files, after they’ve submitted.
Use simple thumbs up/down voting or set up a review process with custom review questions and numerical fields.
Gently nudge submitters to finish an application or politely remind reviewers about unreviewed submissions.
Assign permission and access levels to different team members. Keep certain applicant information hidden to preserve anonymity.