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Aswiebe's Market List Update 2017-04: Unshattering Wants Fiction Leading to a Better Future

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The next update of Aswiebe's Market List will be after 5/15/2017.
Permanent link to this newsletter in the archives: http://www.aswiebe.com/writing/archive2017.html#041717

Thoughts in Passing

Recently I've started using checking my email and social media as a reward for writing a certain amount. I am quite addicted to regularly checking my email. Thanks, operant conditioning with a variable interval reinforcement schedule! By the time I sit down to my regular afternoon writing time, I desperately want to check my email.  This strategy takes that and uses it to demolish my initial resistance, plus it continues to work as a not-bad reward for writing more. Even better than chocolate did!

What I've been up to lately, writing-wise:

I'm working on a performance piece for my upcoming feature appearance the Not So Silent Planet (if you're an interested Twin Citian, you can find the event link at https://www.facebook.com/events/1131529496959262/). My writer-brain apparently decided that that wasn't interesting enough, so now it's a chance-dependent TEDtalk/personal confessional hybrid that I'm trying to write short enough to fit the time allotted. Argh!

The story I did narration for is live! It's a Dear John letter not quite like anything you've seen before, and you can download me reading it here: http://podcastle.org/2017/04/11/pc-465-never-truly-yours/.

Things Shiny or Useful
Archive of all shiny or useful links: http://www.aswiebe.com/writing/shiny.html 

* Robyn Bennis on the Uselessness of Writing Advice [editing]: http://alexbledsoe.com/2017/04/10/guest-post-robyn-bennis-on-the-uselessness-of-writing-advice/


*What I've Learned From Slush Reading at PodCastle [titles, writing craft]:
https://medium.com/@aidan_c_doyle/what-ive-learned-from-reading-slush-at-podcastle-46ec0cd8a27c


* Zen in the Art of Short Fiction Titling
: http://www.sfwa.org/2016/05/zen-art-short-fiction-titling/

* Confessions of a Slush Reader: Why Should I Care? [beginnings, editing]: https://www.shimmerzine.com/2011/03/16/confessions-of-a-slush-reader-why-should-i-care/

Featured Market
Unshattering wants fiction that points the way to a better future.

I am primarily looking for science fiction short stories that show us the way back to a livable future. While I expect that most will be science fiction, I am open to fantasy and literary fiction as well.

I am also looking for poetry, memoir, art, and commentary that helps us restore our world and find our way back to having a promising future.

Basics: science fiction, fantasy, and literary fiction, query for over 4,500 words, pays $.10/word. Guidelines: http://unshattering-kathryncramer.nationbuilder.com/guidelines

Market List Updates
To see all the details about these new listings and what they're looking for, as well as hundreds of other listings, go to Aswiebe's Market List and download the latest version of the spreadsheet.

Name What they want Pay Per Word – Fiction Flat Pay – Fiction (Lowest) Website
Unshattering Stories leading to a better future $0.100
http://unshattering-kathryncramer.nationbuilder.com/guidelines
Lightspeed Magazine Science fiction and fantasy $0.080
https://johnjosephadams.moksha.io/publication/lightspeed/guidelines
Corporate Cthulhu ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 6/1/2017 Themed to corporate Cthulhu $0.030
http://pickmanspress.com/sub-corpCthulhu.php
Red Room Magazine Extreme horror and dark crime $0.030
http://cometpress.us/redroom/guidelines/
SQ Mag SF/F/H $0.010
http://sqmag.com/submissions/
Anatomy of Monsters Vol 2, The ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 10/31/2017 Themed: new takes on old monsters
$25.00 https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1145407552272531&set=a.112121925601104.24556.100004098920172&type=3&theater
Arsenika All spec-fic
$60.00 http://arsenika.ink/submissions/
Mad Visions of al-Hazred, The (Alban Lake) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 6/30/2017 Horror, themed
$25.00 http://albanlake.com/the-mad-visions-of-al-hazred/
Pulp Horror Book of Phobias, The (Lycan Valley Press) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 7/31/2017 OR UNTIL FULL Horror themed to phobias - see list
$50.00 http://www.thecrowsinmyattic.com/2017/02/the-pulp-horror-book-of-phobias.html
Wyrd, The Speculative, weird, and cross-genre fiction, or boundary-pushing
$10.00 http://www.wyrdmagazine.com/submission-guidelines/
Unlikely Story - DEAD MARKET (indefinite hiatus) All genres, themed issues $0.060
http://www.unlikely-story.com/submission-guidelines/fiction-submissions/
Unsung Stories - DEAD MARKET All spec-fic
$30.99 http://www.unsungstories.co.uk/short-fiction
Triptych Tales - DEAD MARKET Contemporary(ish) spec-fic and weird
$100.00 http://triptychtales.net/submissions.html
InfectINk - DEAD MARKET Prompt-based, all genres
$10.00 http://infectiveink.com/
Fantasy Scroll Mag - DEAD MARKET All spec-fic $0.010
http://fantasyscrollmag.com/submissions/
Gamut Magazine - DEAD MARKET Neo-noir spec-fic $0.100
https://gamutmagazine.submittable.com/submit

Keep writing, keep submitting, and good luck!

Abra Staffin-Wiebe, Compiler of Lists
Aswiebe's Market List
Abra Staffin-Wiebe's Author Website



Aswiebe's Market List Details
* Aswiebe's Market List is a searchable, sortable spreadsheet of paying fantasy, science fiction, and horror markets. This way it's easy to find, for example, only horror markets that accept reprints greater than 10,000 words. For more information on what it is and how to use it, see About Aswiebe.com's Market Spreadsheet.
* If you find it useful, please consider donating via PayPal to help support it.
* To help prevent these from being flagged as spam, please add this email to your contacts. Thanks!
* If you're so moved, go ahead and link to Aswiebe's Market List on your blog or webpage.
* To report a new paying market, go to my contact page.
* To unsubscribe, simply reply to this email with "unsubscribe" in the subject line.
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Market List Update 2017-03: Grimdark Magazine Wants Gritty SFF

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The next update of Aswiebe's Market List will be after 4/15/2017.
Permanent link to this newsletter in the archives: http://www.aswiebe.com/writing/archive2017.html#031617

Thoughts in Passing

When do you give up on older stories that haven't succeeded? I've been thinking about my massive backlog of "things to edit" and whether some of them are worth the work or whether I should spend that time on creating new stuff. The classic difficulty in assessing my own work does not help here.

What I've been up to lately, writing-wise:

My time until recently has been eaten by photo projects and taxes. In the last couple of days, I've been working on edits, prepping for narration work (yup, using my dulcet tones), and this newsletter.

None of this is new writing, you may note ...

Things Shiny or Useful
Archive of all shiny or useful links: http://www.aswiebe.com/writing/shiny.html 

Book Marketing: Using Amazon Ads to Grow a Book List: http://www.thecreativepenn.com/2017/03/02/amazon-ads/

The Clues to a Great Story (TedTalks video): https://www.ted.com/talks/andrew_stanton_the_clues_to_a_great_story

A Magic User in the Hundred Years' War: http://mockman.com/2017/02/27/a-magic-user-in-the-hundred-years-war-using-dd-with-historical-settings/

Featured Market
Grimdark Magazine wants the darker, grittier side of fantasy and science fiction.

Grimdark Magazine is a grimdark fantasy and sci-fi pro paying market for authors and artists. Working in a sub-genre means we are after a very specific style of story or image. We want dark settings, grey characters of both sexes, morally ambiguous decisions, and plenty of grit. Joe Abercrombie, George R.R. Martin, Mark Lawrence, Scott Lynch, Graham McNeill, Dan Abnett, and R. Scott Bakker are our favourite authors.

Basics: science fiction and fantasy, 4,000 max (6,000 for reprints), reprints okay, pays AUD$.07/word (about US$.05/wd). Guidelines: https://grimdarkmagazine.com/pages/submission-guidelines-for-grimdark-magazine

Market List Updates
To see all the details about these new listings and what they're looking for, as well as hundreds of other listings, go to Aswiebe's Market List and download the latest version of the spreadsheet.


Name What they want Pay Per Word – Fiction Flat Pay – Fiction (Lowest) Website
Grievous Angel (Urban Fantasist) Spec-fic flash fiction and poetry $0.060
http://www.urbanfantasist.com/-submission-guidelines.html
Grimdark Magazine Grim, dark SF or medieval F $0.054
http://grimdarkmagazine.com/pages/submission-guidelines-for-grimdark-magazine
Deciduous Tales Horror and dark fiction with literary merit $0.030
http://www.deciduoustales.com/submit/
Chthonic (Martian Migraine Press) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 7/31/2017 Lovecraftian $0.023
http://martianmigrainepress.com/chthonic-weird-tales-of-inner-earth/
Dark Luminous Wings (Pole to Pole Publishing) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 5/30/2017 OR UNTIL FILLED Spec-fic themed to wings $0.020
http://poletopolepublishing.com/submissions/
Jack of No Trades Short Fiction Store Horror, SF, Fantasy, Mystery, YA, and Romance reprints only $0.020
http://jackofnotradesproductions.com/submission-guidelines/short-fiction-store-guidelines/
Utter Fabrication ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 3/31/2017 Themed to strange buildings and hauntings $0.020
http://madscientistjournal.org/2017/03/call-for-submissions-utter-fabrication/
Dark Moon Digest (Perpetual Motion Machine) Horror – dark, scary, or funny $0.010
https://darkmoondigest.submittable.com/submit
Hic Sunt Dracones ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 5/31/2017 Reprint dragon stories $0.010
https://dfpcorp.submittable.com/submit
Blood in the Rain 3 ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 5/1/2017 Vampire erotica
$75.00 http://bloodintherain.com/
Trigger Warning Horror, sci-fi, fantasy, and crime
$75.00 http://www.triggerwarningshortfiction.com/contact/
Eclectic Writings Anthology Series (Inklings Publishing) Themed, all genres
$25.00 https://www.inklingspublishing.com/submissions.html
Outlook Springs Fiction tinged with the strange
$25.00 https://outlooksprings.submittable.com/submit
Perpetual Flash Fiction (Perpetual Motion Machine) Dark
$25.00 https://pmmpublishing.submittable.com/submit/34164/perpetual-flash-fiction
Broadswords and Blasters Pulp fiction
$15.00 https://broadswordsandblasters.com/submissions/
Hoot All genres, flash, twitterfic
$10.00 http://www.hootreview.com/submissions/
Mrs Claus (Worldweaver Press) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 4/1/2017 - 5/30/2017 SFF themed to Mrs. Claus
$10.00 http://www.worldweaverpress.com/submit-anthologies.html
Pulp Modern Crime, science fiction, fantasy, horror, western pulp
$10.00 http://pulp-modern.blogspot.com/
Fiction Silicon Valley - DEAD MARKET All genres $0.060
http://fictionsv.com/submit.html
Bull Spec - DEAD MARKET F/SF $0.050
http://bullspec.com/submission-guidelines/
Shattered Prism - DEAD MARKET All spec-fic $0.060
http://shatteredprism.com/guidelines.html
Problem Daughters (Future Fire) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DEAD MARKET - ANTHOLOGY CANCELLED Speculative fiction featuring intersectional feminism $0.060
http://press.futurefire.net/p/problem-daughters.html
Phobos Magazine - DEAD MARKET (indefinite hiatus) All spec-fic, plus bizarro, experimental, and adventure tales - themed $0.050
http://phobosmagazine.com/submissions/
Solarpunk - DEAD MARKET Optimistic near-future SF $0.030
http://www.solarpunkpress.com/submit/
Betwixt - DEAD MARKET All spec-fic, especially mixed genre $0.030
http://betwixtmagazine.com/submissions/
Strangelet - DEAD MARKET Literary speculative fiction
$20.00 http://www.strangeletjournal.com/submit/
Goldfish Grimm's Spicy Fiction Sushi - DEAD MARKET All spec-fic
$25.00 http://www.goldfishgrimm.com/submissions/


Keep writing, keep submitting, and good luck!

Abra Staffin-Wiebe, Compiler of Lists
Aswiebe's Market List
Abra Staffin-Wiebe's Author Website



Aswiebe's Market List Details
* Aswiebe's Market List is a searchable, sortable spreadsheet of paying fantasy, science fiction, and horror markets. This way it's easy to find, for example, only horror markets that accept reprints greater than 10,000 words. For more information on what it is and how to use it, see About Aswiebe.com's Market Spreadsheet.
* If you find it useful, please consider donating via PayPal to help support it.
* To help prevent these from being flagged as spam, please add this email to your contacts. Thanks!
* If you're so moved, go ahead and link to Aswiebe's Market List on your blog or webpage.
* To report a new paying market, go to my contact page.
* To unsubscribe, simply reply to this email with "unsubscribe" in the subject line.
* Feel free to share this newsletter with others by whatever means you like, as long as you include all of it.
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Market List Update 2017-02: Blind Spot Wants English and French SFF

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The next update of Aswiebe's Market List will be after 3/15/2017.
Permanent link to this newsletter in the archives: http://www.aswiebe.com/writing/archive2017.html#012117

Thoughts in Passing

I've been pondering what percentage of my "writing time" I should put toward publicity/marketing/selling, and what does that look like for me anyway? Submitting stories, absolutely. This markets newsletter, probably. My much-delayed author newsletter, definitely (oops, I keep postponing it!). Updating the back copy of my post-apocalyptic book and doing some fiddling with distribution channels? Yes, but is enhancing my back catalog a priority?

What I've been up to lately, writing-wise:

Mostly I've been going crazy because I'm not writing new fiction. I've been knee deep in photo edits for a major project and I'm not done yet. I've drafted and submitted class proposals for the literary center where I occasionally teach. I've worked on getting my convention schedule sorted. And I've been studying up on the Maya underworld so I can write the next scene in my main novel project. All the while, I'm also feeling the itch of other stories that need to be revised and submitted. Never enough time!

Things Shiny or Useful
Archive of all shiny or useful links: http://www.aswiebe.com/writing/shiny.html 

* How to Schedule Your Day for Peak Creative Peformance - https://www.fastcompany.com/3008409/dialed/how-schedule-your-day-peak-creative-performance
* 10 Rookie Mistakes Increasing Your Unsubscribe Rate - https://sumome.com/stories/email-unsubscribe-rates
* What Do I Write Next: The Squishy Side - http://www.marissalingen.com/blog/?p=1616

Featured Market
Blind Spot wants original science fiction and fantasy stories.

Actually, Blind Spot’s purpose is not only to publish French science fiction in English. The Angle Mort team thinks that science fiction is a genre that is growing and evolving all over the world, and that creates ties between science, art, and literature--and even better, to redefine the boundaries between these mediums. That is why limiting our work to only one form of science fiction doesn’t make sense. Therefore, the main goal of Angle Mort, through its French and its English magazines, is to explore the ties between these media. The concept of Blind Spot magazine is the following: 4 short stories written or translated in English, a cover by an artist who explores science fiction ideas or concepts, and an introduction prepared by the Angle Mort team.

Basics:SFF in English or French, 10,000 max, no reprints, pays $.08+/word. Guidelines: http://blindspot.pub/guidelines/

Market List Updates
To see all the details about these new listings and what they're looking for, as well as hundreds of other listings, go to Aswiebe's Market List and download the latest version of the spreadsheet.

Name What they want Pay Per Word – Fiction Flat Pay – Fiction (Lowest) Website
Blind Spot English or French SFF $0.080
http://blindspot.pub/guidelines/
Chiral Mad 4 (Written Backwards) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 5/31/2017 Collaboratively written horror $0.060
https://blog.nettirw.com/2017/01/14/chiral-mad-4-open-for-submissions-until-053117/
Problem Daughters (Future Fire) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 3/31/2017 Speculative fiction featuring intersectional feminism $0.060
http://press.futurefire.net/p/problem-daughters.html
Alternative Truth ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE UNTIL FILLED Themed to politics, near-future $0.020
https://www.facebook.com/groups/420703184927625/
Killing It Softly 2 (Digital Fiction Publishing Corp) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 3/31/2017 Reprint horror by female authors $0.010
https://dfpcorp.submittable.com/submit/77432/killing-it-softly-2
Zombie Punks Fuck Off (Freak Tension) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 4/30/2017 Themed to zombies and punks $0.010
https://freaktension.wordpress.com/weirdpunk-books/open-for-submissions-zombie-punks-fuck-off/
Alien Dimensions Spec-fic with aliens, esp. hard SF
$10.00 http://aliendimensions.com/submission-guidelines/



Keep writing, keep submitting, and good luck!

Abra Staffin-Wiebe, Compiler of Lists
Aswiebe's Market List
Abra Staffin-Wiebe's Author Website



Aswiebe's Market List Details
* Aswiebe's Market List is a searchable, sortable spreadsheet of paying fantasy, science fiction, and horror markets. This way it's easy to find, for example, only horror markets that accept reprints greater than 10,000 words. For more information on what it is and how to use it, see About Aswiebe.com's Market Spreadsheet.
* If you find it useful, please consider donating via PayPal to help support it.
* To help prevent these from being flagged as spam, please add this email to your contacts. Thanks!
* If you're so moved, go ahead and link to Aswiebe's Market List on your blog or webpage.
* To report a new paying market, go to my contact page.
* To unsubscribe, simply reply to this email with "unsubscribe" in the subject line.
* Feel free to share this newsletter with others by whatever means you like, as long as you include all of it.
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Market List Update 2017-01: Retro Future Wants Love-Themed Pulp SF

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The next update of Aswiebe's Market List will be after 2/15/2017.
Permanent link to this newsletter in the archives: http://www.aswiebe.com/writing/archive2017.html#012117

Thoughts in Passing

I recently finished a big project, and so I've been taking a couple of weeks to attempt to catch up on things like house-cleaning and socializing and emails owed. It's not enough time! But I'm about to start writing again, so I suppose that always being behind on housework and not seeing people as much as I would like (I'm an extroverted writer. I know, I know!) is simply going to be the price I pay for having the time to write. Most writers, especially those with day jobs and/or children, are giving up something to write. It's a question of finding out what price you're willing to pay for time.

What I've been up to lately, writing-wise:

I spoke on a panel about women in SF and writing female protagonists (a continuation of the last panel I was on). There were cupcakes!

In the category of other things I'm working on that are writing-related, I'm writing up class proposals. One is for "Writing After Kids," a class for creative people with very little time. Another is for "Illuminating Character Through Setting" (better title needed), which will be about how setting/worldbuilding can be used to define a character. What science fiction or higher-level writing topics would you be interested in classes on?

Things Shiny or Useful
Archive of all shiny or useful links: http://www.aswiebe.com/writing/shiny.html 

* The Four Stages of Writing - https://www.brainpickings.org/2013/04/05/malcolm-cowley-four-stages-of-writing-paris-review/
* The Art of Thought - https://www.brainpickings.org/2013/08/28/the-art-of-thought-graham-wallas-stages/
* 17 psychological tricks to make others like you (or a character) immediately: http://www.businessinsider.com/how-to-make-people-like-you-2016-4/#-1
* How to Write Better Using Humor: http://www.writersdigest.com/online-editor/how-to-mix-humor-into-your-writing
* Ten Steps to Balance Writing, Working, and Raising Kids—While Staying Sane - http://www.writersdigest.com/editor-blogs/guide-to-literary-agents/ten-steps-to-balance-writing-working-and-raising-kids-while-staying-sane

Featured Market
Retro Future wants themed optimistic, progressive science fiction.

We are looking for forward-looking and optimistic science and science-fiction. Sensitive topics can be part of a good story, but a vision of a future better than our present is the focus of Retro Future. Keep this in mind when submitting.

Issue #2: "Love" - February 1, 2017
Issue #3: "Games" - March 1, 2017


Basics: themed SF, any length, no reprints, pays $.06+/word. Guidelines: https://www.galileogames.com/retro-future/

Market List Updates
To see all the details about these new listings and what they're looking for, as well as hundreds of other listings, go to Aswiebe's Market List and download the latest version of the spreadsheet.
Name What they want Pay Per Word – Fiction Flat Pay – Fiction (Lowest) Website
Best American Science Fiction & Fantasy, The ANNUAL ANTHOLOGY - DUE 12/31 Science fiction, fantasy, and horror with elements of the aforementioned, previously published in anthology year $0.060
https://johnjosephadams.moksha.io/publication/basff/guidelines
Best Science Fiction of the Year, The ANTHOLOGY - DUE 11/01 SF $0.060
http://neil-clarke.com/books/submission_guidelines/
Retro Future Progressive, optimistic SF $0.060
https://www.galileogames.com/retro-future/
Sword & Sorceress ANNUAL ANTHOLOGY - DUE 04/24 - 05/14 PG-13 sword & sorcery with strong female protagonist, contemporary okay $0.060
http://www.mzbworks.com/guidelines.htm
Midas Clutch, A (Lethe Press Books) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 01/2018 Horror themed to wealth but not anti-rich $0.050
http://www.lethepressbooks.com/call-for-submissions.html
Glittership Podcast All spec-fic, queer protagonist, prefers reprints $0.030
http://www.glittership.com/submission-guidelines/
Gaslandia (Radiant Crown Publishing) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 3/1/2017 Dieselpunk $0.010
http://radiantcrownpublishing.com/index.php/2016/12/05/gaslandia-a-dieselpunk-anthology/
Year's Best Hardcore Horror ANNUAL ANTHOLOGY - DUE 12/31 Horror, annual reprint $0.010
http://cometpress.us/submission-guidelines/years-best-hardcore-horror/
Black Superheroes Do It Too (Black Books Publishing) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - OPEN UNTIL FILLED Superhero erotica with black superhero
$100.00 http://blackbookspublishing.com/Submissions.html
Kid's Ark, The Kid's stories - Christian-friendly contemporary, historical, adventure, or SF. THEMED issues.
$100.00 http://www.thekidsark.com/guidelines.htm
Black to Mars (Black Books Publishing) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - OPEN UNTIL FILLED Themed, see title
$50.00 http://blackbookspublishing.com/Submissions.html
Tales to Terrify PODCAST Horror and dark fantasy
$50.00 http://talestoterrify.com/submission-guidelines/
Gathering Storm Spec-fic, themed, plus odd tidbits
$25.00 http://www.gatheringstormmagazine.com/guidelines
Lonely Riot, A All genres, literary
$20.00 http://alonelyriotmag.com/submit
Devilfish Review All genres, esp. SF/F/H
$10.00 https://devilfishreview.com/submission-guidelines/
Space Squid Spec-fic humor
$5.00 http://www.spacesquid.com/scifi-fantasy-mag/contributorguidelines/
Penny Fiction (From the Depths Literary Magazine) Micro-fiction
$3.00 https://hauntedwaterspress.submittable.com/submit/73189/penny-fiction-2017
Book Smugglers Novella Initiative Spec-fic novellas

http://thebooksmugglers.com/book-smugglers-publishing/the-novella-initiative-open-call
Big Pulp - DEAD MARKET, now publishes themed anthologies - see individual calls pulp, all genres $0.010
http://www.bigpulp.com/submissions.html



Keep writing, keep submitting, and good luck!

Abra Staffin-Wiebe, Compiler of Lists
Aswiebe's Market List
Abra Staffin-Wiebe's Author Website



Aswiebe's Market List Details
* Aswiebe's Market List is a searchable, sortable spreadsheet of paying fantasy, science fiction, and horror markets. This way it's easy to find, for example, only horror markets that accept reprints greater than 10,000 words. For more information on what it is and how to use it, see About Aswiebe.com's Market Spreadsheet.
* If you find it useful, please consider donating via PayPal to help support it.
* To help prevent these from being flagged as spam, please add this email to your contacts. Thanks!
* If you're so moved, go ahead and link to Aswiebe's Market List on your blog or webpage.
* To report a new paying market, go to my contact page.
* To unsubscribe, simply reply to this email with "unsubscribe" in the subject line.
* Feel free to share this newsletter with others by whatever means you like, as long as you include all of it.
* If you received this from a friend and want to subscribe to this email newsletter, go here.
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