Has anyone had luck with publishing creative non-fiction stories on HP? I know there are magazines that accept submissions, but I wondered if there was a way to publish it here?
How do you define "creative non-fiction"?
Like historical-based novels or stories?
I call what I publish family saga historical fiction, but much of the content is creative non-fiction... Make your own decisions... ;-)
I've had hubs plagiarized so often that I personally would be reluctant to use it as a fiction platform. (Although I did post one experimental piece early on, just to test the waters.)
I would suggest looking into publishing for Kindle, while you're weighing options. A lot of new writers are having some luck that way.
There's a TON of fiction on this site. People complain it doesn't draw traffic or earn money.
Stories published online tend to be utterly rejected by magazines, as they want original (never before published) material.
Creative nonfiction is non-fiction with a narrative. It is not fiction.
You can post whatever you want here that doesn't break the rules. But this is a "content" site with earnings to match, so keep that in mind.
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