A List of Humor and Satire Websites That Accept Writing and Contributors
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Hi there! I’m Caitlin Kunkel, a writer, editor, and teacher of humor and satire. I get asked a lot which outlets writers at all levels should submit their work to, so I made up the list below to offer some guidance. They’re listed in alphabetical order.
Many of these sites have newsletters, and you should subscribe to them to get a sense of the headlines and types of pieces they’re publishing from week to week. It’s very helpful, especially if you’re first starting out.
There are new sites cropping up all the time, so feel free to message me if you want your site included in the list below! Editors, also reach out if any of this information has changed or been updated.
Tone: Just what it sounds like — humor and illustrations under 251 words! In their own words: “251 is a daily humor publication dedicated to publishing prose 251 words or shorter, and cartoons that don’t take longer than four seconds to figure out.
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“Flute Earth” by Seth Fried
“The First Rule of Comedy” by Johnathan Zeller
“Genetics™, the hot, new, 75-step skin care regimen” by Ilana Gordon
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