Tor Fiction Submissions Guidelines. Submission Guidelines. Submission Guidelines. Analog now uses an online submissions system that has been designed to streamline our process and improve communication with authors.
We do not accept email submissions. Please see Manuscript Guidelines for information about paper submissions. Our online submissions form for fiction asks for your name, email address, cover letter, story title, and story. Your cover letter should contain the length of your story, your publishing history and any other relevant information (e.g., if you send us a story about a medical disaster and you happen to be an emergency room nurse, mention that.). Duotrope. Fantasy and Science Fiction - Writers' Guidelines.
You Can Make Money Writing Fiction. By Patricia Fry Many people doubt that anyone can make money as a writer.
This belief is especially wide-spread among the fiction-writing community. The truth is that there is money to be made as a writer no matter the genre you choose. If you dream of making money writing fiction, follow the steps below to your very own pot of gold: 1: Change your mindset. As an example, perhaps you love writing science fiction, but you notice that the higher paying markets are specialty magazines seeking more contemporary stories. Of course, you can still write science fiction. 2: Make sure you actually have a knack for writing fiction. In the meantime, test your science fiction/horror writing through Web sites and online e-zines such as those listed at Locate general fiction writing sites and e-zines by doing a Google search. Grand Science Fiction : 1000-Word Science Fiction Stories. 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 Guidelines. Fiction Guidelines ATTENTION: We are now closed for fiction submissions.
Please check back here to find out when we will reopen. We are looking for creative blends of science fiction, fantasy, and/or horror, but are really open to looking at anything, so long as it is speculative. Stories should be in standard manuscript format and a maximum of 10K words. Gratuitous sex and gore will not win you any brownie points, so only include if they are integral to the plot. L. Ron Hubbard presents Writers of the Future Contest. Submissions. 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. We have a special and growing need for flash, stories of 1,000 or fewer words, and other short short fiction. We do not accept reprints. Please don't submit the same story to us and any other venue at the same time. We pay 8 cents per word for first worldwide rights and for nonexclusive reprint rights.
First publication sounds simple, but in today's fractured fiction market it is anything but. Encounters Magazine Guidelines. Encounters Magazine Writer/Artist Guidelines We prefer manuscripts between 3,500 and 10,000 words, but those numbers are not carved in stone.
We will consider pretty much any length, but we do not accept poetry. Please attach documents to your email in Microsoft Office Word 97 or later format, or in RTF or OpenOffice format and send to firstname.lastname@example.org. Artwork must be color, have a sci-fi, fantasy or horror theme and be no more than 600 pixels wide by 800 pixels in length. Science Fiction Writer Robert J. Sawyer: How to Write Index. TTA Press - Crimewave: Crime & Mystery - Contributors' Guidelines. Contributors' Guidelines It is strongly recommended that you study the magazine before submitting.
Being familiar with what we publish will obviously greatly improve your chances of acceptance. TTA Press - Black Static: Horror - Contributors' Guidelines. Contributors' Guidelines It is strongly recommended that you study the magazine before submitting.
Being familiar with what we publish will obviously greatly improve your chances of acceptance. Submission Guidelines. Clarkesworld Magazine is a Hugo and World 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.