Literary Magazines and Journals Database. Submissions - Uncanny Magazine. Uncanny Magazine is currently OPEN to all submissions.
We don’t know when we’re closing to submissions. Our closing date depends on if we reach the extra story stretch goals in the Uncanny Magazine Year Two Kickstarter. Editors-in-Chief: Lynne M. Thomas and Michael Damian Thomas Uncanny Magazine is seeking passionate, diverse SF/F fiction and poetry from writers from every conceivable background. Fiction Guidelines Uncanny is looking for original, unpublished speculative fiction stories between 750-6000 words. Submission procedures: 1- Please email your submission to uncannymagazine [at] gmail [dot] com. Submissions. Duotrope. 46 Literary Magazines To Submit To. Have you ever wanted to publish a short story in a literary magazine but didn’t know where to start.
According to Duotrope.com, there are over 4,800 literary magazines today. Which ones are the best? How do you find the right for your story? In this resource, I have handpicked 46 literary magazines that are among the best in their respective genres. While this isn’t a complete list of all 4,800 literary magazines, it is a good place to get started with your research. If the magazines below don’t fit your particular writing style, check out duotrope.com. For a complete explanation of how to research and submit to literary magazines, check out the book Let’s Write a Short Story! Have fun exploring all these literary magazines! “Literary” Literary Magazines Tin HouseCrazy HorseAGNIBlack Warrior ReviewGlimmer TrainOne StoryThe New YorkerThe Threepenny ReviewZoetrope: All-StoryCaketrainBoulevardThe Sun MagazineMcSweeney’s QuarterlyCamera ObscuraVirginia QuarterlyThe AtlanticWillow SpringsGranta. Tor.com - Science fiction & Fantasy Blog, Books, Stories, News, Forum.
FictionMagazines.com Submission Manager. Thank you for your interest in FictionMagazines.com, the premier fiction magazine publishing company that publishes fiction in every genre.
We hope you see the benefit of publishing with us. We ask that if this is your first time submitting work to FictionMagazines.com, that you send only one submission of your writing to us. That includes all of our publications. We want your absolute best work. Rights We want one month exclusivity for your story, as well as first publishing rights. Previously published work not accepted. Story Selection Stories are voted on by a peer committee of volunteer writers and readers known as curators. » The Sun Magazine: Up to $2,500 for Nonfiction, Fiction, and Poetry. The Sun is a beautiful magazine with a literary bent and a very loyal following.
They have no ads, and they pay their writers well. According to their website, “The Sun is an independent, ad-free monthly magazine that for forty years has used words and photographs to evoke the splendor and heartache of being human.” They accept submissions of nonfiction, fiction, poetry, and interviews. They pay $300 to $2,500 for nonfiction, from $300 to $1,500 for fiction, from $100 to $250 for poetry, and from $1,000 to $2,000 for interviews. They do accept reprints, but they only pay half the normal rate. Defying Doomsday. Defying Doomsday will be an anthology of apocalypse-survival fiction with a focus on disabled characters.
We already have some fantastic stories lined up, but we want more! If you have an apocalypse story featuring a character with disability, we would love to read it. Lightspeed Magazine. Submissions Status: CLOSED.
When we determine when our next reading period will be, we will post an announcement here. Instructions for submitting to Lightspeed follow. Please read everything on this page and read the magazine before submitting. Submission Procedures for Short Fiction Instructions: All fiction must be submitted through our Moksha online submission system, located at lightspeedmagazine.com/submissions. Arc Submission Manager. L. Ron Hubbard presents Writers of the Future Contest. Daily Science Fiction. Back to main submissions page Story Submission Guidelines Daily Science Fiction (DSF) is a market accepting speculative fiction stories from 100 to 10,000 words in length.
By this we mean science fiction, fantasy, slipstream, etc. All that fits under the broader science fiction umbrella. Asimov's Science Fiction - Manuscript Guidelines. Fiction Guidelines. Status: We are currently open to submissions.
Shimmer aspires to publish excellent fiction across lines of race, income, nationality, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, ages, geography, and cultures, and therefore encourages submissions of diverse stories from diverse authors. This includes, but is not limited to: people of color, LBGTQIA, women, the impoverished, the elderly, and those with disabilities. We are not interested in acquiring fiction that denigrates or perpetuates stereotypes of the above groups; we are unlikely to be interested in rape stories, and encourage writers to find other dimensions to explore with their female characters. We encourage authors of all backgrounds to write stories that include characters and settings as diverse and wondrous as the people and places of the world we live in. Every story sent to us should be well-researched, respectful, and conscientious. Submission Guidelines. We are currently OPEN to short story submissions.
Poetry submissions are closed. Our magazine is an SFWA-certified professional market. Submission Guidelines. Clarkesworld Magazine is a Hugo, World Fantasy, and British Fantasy Award-winning science fiction and fantasy magazine that publishes short stories, interviews, articles and audio fiction.
Issues are published monthly and available on our website, for purchase in ebook format, and via electronic subscription. All original fiction is also published in our trade paperback series from Wyrm Publishing. We are currently open for art, non-fiction and short story submissions. Submissions - Intergalactic Medicine Show. To Writers and Artists We Want to See Your Work Writers: We are looking for stories of any length in the genres of science fiction and fantasy. "Science fiction" includes hard sf, sf adventure, alternate history, near-future, far-future, psi, alien, and any other kind of sf you can think of. "Fantasy" includes heroic fantasy (based on any culture's mythology), fairy tales, contemporary fantasy, and "horror" in the sense of supernatural suspense (not gory bloodfests, thanks).
Within these genres, we like to see well-developed milieus and believable, engaging characters. We pay 6 cents a word. With this payment we buy exclusive rights in any language or any medium throughout the world for one year from date of first publication in the magazine, and nonexclusive electronic and/or online rights in any language in perpetuity. In plain language, that means that for one year you can't sell the story anywhere else or allow it to be published or duplicated.
Artists: Fantasy and Science Fiction - Writers' Guidelines. Othergate Journal.