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New Markets Update February 2020: $.15/wd speculative fiction ... and other Aswiebe's Market List updates!

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The next update of Aswiebe's Market List will be after 3/15/2020.
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Thoughts in Passing
(Do you have a writing question? Send it to me, either by replying to this email or by using the comment form on my website, and it may get answered in the next newsletter.)

Do you have so much stuff to do that just trying to decide where to start is exhausting? Gamify it! I recently discovered this little app called Tiny Decisions. You put in all your chores (or writing projects) and it creates a colorful wheel that you get to spin to find out what you work on next. Combine this with the Pomodoro Method of working intensely on something for 25 minutes and then taking a 5 minute break, and you have a new method to defeat choice paralysis!

What I've been up to lately, writing-wise:
Let's just say that sometimes writing this section of the newsletter has me looking back at what I wrote about *last* month and seeing that not much has gotten done in the meantime. ::facepalm::

I did finish the audio narration on a science fiction story for Escape Pod, so if you want to listen to me reading you a bedtime story and find out how I imitated a synthesized voice, you can download that here:
http://escapepod.org/2020/01/30/escape-pod-717-listening/

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

What the coronavirus forcing me in lockdown's taught me about cooking; plus, how to make Mantou (馒头): https://www.reddit.com/r/Cooking/comments/f0qjm9/what_the_coronavirus_forcing_me_in_lockdowns/

10 Ways to Start Your Story Better: https://www.writersdigest.com/online-editor/10-ways-to-start-your-story-better

How to Write Faster: https://kindlepreneur.com/how-to-write-faster/

The Compelling Emotional Complex Sentence: https://writerunboxed.com/2020/01/17/the-compelling-emotional-complex-sentence/

Featured Market

The New Modality is looking for fiction and non-fiction contributors, pays 2x pro rate for SF (or an honorarium).
Many people in our core audience are in the tech industry or are tech-adjacent. So science fiction that digs into tech extrapolations and questions of scale is fun and give us ideas to chew on (e.g. Newitz, Naam, Ryman). Also, a bunch of our audience is into spirituality, consciousness, and mythology (different authors on the above list obviously have different approaches here, but Pollack is amazing, as are Palmer and Chiang in their own ways). Governance is a beloved theme (e.g. Dickinson, Anders, Le Guin) and so are different cultural perspectives (e.g. Okorafor, Ryman, Liu) — and of course stunningly beautiful, poetic writing is always thrilling (e.g. El-Mohtar/Gladstone).

Basics: speculative fiction, 500-6,000 words, pays $.15/word, does not pay for reprints.

Guidelines: http://thenewmodality.com/contributor-commitments-rates-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 Flat Pay (Lowest) Website
New Modality, The Speculative fiction and non-fiction $0.150
http://thenewmodality.com/contributor-commitments-rates-guidelines/
Unfit Magazine SF $0.140
http://unfitmag.com/submit/
Unreal Magazine Fantasy $0.140
http://unrealmag.com/submit/
Unidentified Funny Objects ANNUAL ANTHOLOGY - DUE 4/1 - 4/30 Funny F/SF $0.100
http://alexshvartsman.com/ufo-unidentified-funny-objects/
Deep Magic Family-friendly F/SF $0.080
http://deepmagic.co/submissions/#
Disturbia (Bronzeville Books) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 4/4/2020 Mundane horror $0.080
http://www.bronzevillebooks.com/writers/anthology-submissions/
Historic Fantasy (87 Bedford ) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 4/30/2020 Historic fantasy $0.080
https://87bedford.com/anthology-historic-fantasy/
Lovecraft Mythos (Flame Tree Fiction) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 2/24/2020 - 3/15/2020 Lovecraftian fiction $0.080
http://blog.flametreepublishing.com/blog
Reckoning Magazine All genres, preferably speculative, themed to humanity's relationship to the earth $0.080
https://reckoning.press/submit/
Rigor Morbid 2 (Bronzeville Books) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 6/6/2020 Horror themed to Halloween $0.080
http://www.bronzevillebooks.com/writers/anthology-submissions/
Strange Lands (Flame Tree Fiction) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 3/15/2020 UNTIL FULL Gothic fantasy themed to strange lands $0.080
http://blog.flametreepublishing.com/blog
Third Flatiron Press Science fiction, fantasy, horror, themed issues. Flash fiction, no theme required. $0.080
http://www.thirdflatiron.com/liveSite/pages/submissions
Tor.com Novellas SF/F novellas, themed submission periods $0.080
http://www.tor.com/submissions-guidelines/
Untitled Local Lore (Cemetary Gates) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 8/1/2020 Horror themed to local lore $0.050
https://cemeterygatesmedia.com/2020/01/10/2020-anthology-submission-guidelines/
Black Static Horror and dark fantasy $0.030
http://ttapress.com/blackstatic/guidelines/
In Darkness, Delight: Fear the Future (Corpus Press) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 11/15/2020 Future horror (not apocalyptic) $0.030
https://www.corpuspress.com/call-for-submissions/
Interzone Science Fiction and Fantasy $0.030
http://ttapress.com/interzone/guidelines/
Future // Tense: Love ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 5/1/2020 SF themed to love in the future $0.025
https://hybrid.ink/submit/anthologies/future-tense/love/
Future // Tense: Sex ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 3/1/2020 - 6/1/2020 SF themed to sex in the future $0.025
https://hybrid.ink/submit/anthologies/future-tense/sex/
Stelliform Speculative fiction novellas, novels, and short story collections $0.015
https://www.stelliform.press/index.php/submissions/
Oxygen Leaks Hard SF $0.010
https://oxygenleaks.com/page/short-fiction-submission-guidelines
The Half That You See: Nightmares, Deliriums, and Illusions (AM Ink Publishing) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 4/1 - 4/30/2020 Literary horror, themed to dreams and delusions $0.010
https://aminkpublishing.com/open-calls
Worst Laid Plans (Grindhouse Press) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 5/15/2020 Horror, themed to vacations gone wrong $0.010
https://grindhousepress.com/2020/02/08/call-for-submissions
Monster Told Me Bedtime Stories, A (Soteira Press) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 4/30/2020 Sleep-themed horror
$0.00 https://soteirapress.com/submissions/
Story Brewing PODCAST All genres, exciting
$5.00 https://storybrewingpodcast.com/story-submissions/
Electric Sewer (THP Bound Tales Books) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 3/15/2020 Cyberpunk
$10.00 https://weaselpress.submittable.com/submit/153486/thp-bound-tales-books-electric-sewer
Ghost Stories (DBND Publishing) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 2/27/2020 Ghost stories
$10.00 https://dbndpublishing.com/submissions
New Accelerator SF
$13.05 http://thenewaccelerator.com/submissions/submission-guidelines/
Dead Awake ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 4/1/2020 Horror
$25.00 https://authornicholascatron77.wordpress.com/2020/01/20/dead-awake-submissions/
Dead of Winter (Toasted Cheese Literary Journal) CONTEST – ANNUAL, due 10/1-12/21 Horror set in autumn or winter, themed
$25.00 http://tclj.toasted-cheese.com/dead-of-winter/
Strange Days: Midnight Street 4 ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 2/28/2020 Spec-fic themed to the threat of human extinction
$65.23 https://midnightstreetpress.com/submission-guidelines
Binge-Watching Cure III, The ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 7/1/2020 SF
$100.00 http://bingewatchingcure.com/submissions/
Non-Binary Stars ONE-TIME CONTEST - DUE 1/1/21 Speculative fiction with underrepresented characters
$100.00 http://www.jayhenge.com/contest.html
10th Muse 2020 Interactive Fiction ONE-TIME CONTEST - DUE 2/16/2020 Interactive paranormal romance
$650.00 https://www.sanainteractive.com/writing-contest
Menda City Review - DEAD MARKET all kinds
$4.20 http://mendacitypress.com/submissions.html
Turn to Ash - DEAD MARKET Horror, themed issues $0.010
https://turntoash.com/submissions/
Dreamers & Makers Zine (Sanguine Press) - DEAD MARKET Themed sci-fi, fantasy, and horror featuring PoC main characters
$120.00
Wee Tales (Golden Fleece Press) - DEAD MARKET Kids stories for ages 7-12
$50.00
L0w L1f3 - DEAD MARKET Cyberpunk
$20.00 https://l0wl1f3.wordpress.com/submission-guidelines/
Between Worlds - DEAD MARKET YA and new adult themed to alternate worlds
$7.31

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.
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New Markets Update January 2020: Compelling Science Fiction is Back! ...And Other Aswiebe's Market List Updates

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Thoughts in Passing
I recently had a Valentine's Day-themed story accepted by Daily Science Fiction. Hurray! I submitted it in late October, it was accepted in early January, and it will likely be published mid-February. This is the sort of timeline that you're looking at when you consider submitting short stories that work well for a particular holiday. (Submitting around December adds a couple of weeks to the time, because most editors take time off around the winter holidays.) Also bear in mind that odds are good the first place you submit to is probably not going to be the one that publishes the story. So when should you start shopping around a seasonal story?

At least 3 months earlier.

So right now, you should be polishing up that St. Patrick's Day or Easter story and getting ready to send it out. Note that holiday stories don't have to take place on that named holiday, but every holiday comes with certain themes that make great story inspiration.

Chinese New Year - 1/1 - submit in early October
Valentine's Day - 2/14 - submit in late October
Mardi Gras - 2/25 - submit in early December
St. Patrick's Day - 3/17 - submit in early January
Easter - 4/12 - submit in January
Mother's Day - 5/10 - submit in early February
Juneteenth - 6/19 - submit in early March
Father's Day - 6/21 - submit in March
4th of July - 7/4 - submit in March
Halloween - 10/31 - submit in late July
Thanksgiving - 11/26 - submit in late August
Winter Holidays - 12/25 - submit in early September
New Year's Eve - 12/31 - submit in early September

(Do you have a writing question? Send it to me, either by replying to this email or by using the comment form on my website, and it may get answered in the next newsletter.)

What I've been up to lately, writing-wise:
Well, I didn't get that handwritten story typed up in time to submit (There's a lot of it! How long is this thing, anyway??), so I'm still working on that. And I've also got a couple of short stories, as well as my last novel, in the "gathering critiques" phase. And a few more that are in revisions. While I'm mentioning this, I'm also looking for a couple of specific readers to give feedback on a short story: a Deaf person, and a drag queen. If one of those is you, let me know! Compensation: the price of a cup of coffee, a developmental critique, and/or a 30-minute professional photoshoot (Minneapolis only).

Things Shiny or Useful

Erotica Author Chuck Tingle Offers Some of the Best Writing Advice: https://www.tor.com/2019/09/30/ome-of-the-best-writing-advice-from-hugo-finalist-and-erotica-author-chuck-tingle/

Assertive Writing: https://www.apexbookcompany.com/blogs/frontpage/editorial-content-assertive-writing

Alexia's Best Writing Tips of 2019: https://sffseven.blogspot.com/2019/12/alexias-best-writing-tips-of-2019.html

10 Mistakes Made By Fantasy Writers: https://horrortree.com/10-mistakes-made-by-fantasy-writers/

Filtering Feedback: Strategies for Overcoming the Revision Doldrums: https://www.sfwa.org/2019/12/filtering-feedback-strategies-for-overcoming-the-revision-doldrums/

The 5 Biggest Fiction Writing Mistakes and How to Fix Them: https://www.writersdigest.com/online-editor/the-5-biggest-fiction-writing-mistakes-how-to-fix-them

Featured Market

Compelling Science Fiction is back, and they want hard SF!

The stories we accept almost always:

  1. illustrate at least one interesting concept,
  2. are engaging, and
  3. clearly explain the science/technology in the story.

The ‘concept’ referenced in point (1) can be anything from new engineering ideas to novel social constructs to abstractions that help illustrate basic properties of reality. Point (2) is far more subjective, although as long as your story consistently moves forward it will probably be engaging. Point (3) is hard to attain without some knowledge of basic science/engineering; we encourage you to learn as much as you can about your subject matter. If your story is very strong in one of the above areas, we will sometimes accept weakness in the other two. Ultimately we are looking for science fiction that is entertaining, scientifically plausible, self-consistent, and technically detailed when appropriate. We have a preference for positive stories, to act as a counterweight to the currently popular post-apocalyptic genre. We certainly won't dismiss a well-written dystopian future, but we have a bias toward stories that depict technological advancement rather than decay. We do not publish fantasy stories (although we enjoy them!). For more information about what we look for, please reference my plausible science fiction blog post.

Basics: hard SF, 1,000 - 10,000 words, pays $.08/word, accepts reprints, current submission window closing Feb 3.

Guidelines: http://compellingsciencefiction.com/guidelines.html

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 Flat Pay (Lowest) Website
Muse Magazine (Cricket Media) Science nonfiction and science fiction for kids, themed. $0.200
http://www.cricketmedia.com/muse-submission-guidelines/
Clubhouse Magazine Christian fiction for 8-12-year-olds, specifically incl. SF/F $0.150
https://www.focusonthefamily.com/clubhouse-magazine/about/submission-guidelines/
Clarkesworld Magazine SF and fantasy, likes language $0.100
http://clarkesworldmagazine.com/submissions/
Little Blue Marble SF themed to climate change, especially hopeful $0.084
https://littlebluemarble.ca/submission-guidelines/
Compelling Science Fiction Hard SF $0.080
http://compellingsciencefiction.com/guidelines.html
AE Micro ANNUAL CONTEST - DUE 1/15 SF, themed $0.077
https://aescifi.ca/submit/
Amazing Stories SF, esp. optimistic or humorous $0.060
https://submission.amazingstoriesmag.com/
Hybrid Fiction Speculative cross-genre fiction $0.060
https://www.hybridfiction.net/submissions
Year's Best Dark Fantasy and Horror, The ANNUAL ANTHOLOGY - DUE 12/01 Horror and dark fantasy $0.060
http://paulaguran.com/
Curiosities and Gallery of Curiosities Podcast All spec fic, especially weird fiction, steampunk, horror, retro-futurism, pre-1950s vibe $0.040
https://gallerycurious.com/fiction/
Inverted Fairy Tales & Folklore ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 2/16/20 Fairytale-themed furry fiction $0.040
https://www.goalpublications.com/short_story_submission_calls.html
Multispecies Cities (World Weaver Press) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 1/1/2020 - 2/1/2020 SF including non-human species, esp. in the Asia-Pacific region $0.030
https://www.worldweaverpress.com/submit-anthologies.html
Acethetic (Hybrid Press) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 3/1/2020 All genres, with asexual main character $0.025
https://hybrid.ink/submit/anthologies/acethetic/
Future // Tense: Gender ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 4/1/2020 SF themed to gender $0.025
https://hybrid.ink/submit/anthologies/future-tense/gender/
Small Loves ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 2/1/2020 All genres, PG, themed to queer/marginalized identities $0.025
https://hybrid.ink/submit/anthologies/small-loves/
City. River. Tree. All genres $0.020
https://cityrivertree.com/submissions/
Best Vegan Science Fiction and Fantasy ANNUAL ANTHOLOGY - DUE 1/1 - 2/28 SF/F with only vegan products, published that year, reprints only $0.010
http://books.metaphorosis.com/best-vegan-sff/vegan-sff-guidelines/
Clockwork, Curses, and Coal: Steampunk and Gaslamp Fairy Tales (World Weaver Press) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 2/1/2020 - 3/31/2020 Steampunk fairy tales $0.010
https://www.worldweaverpress.com/submit-anthologies.html
Irreal Magazine Fabulist fiction $0.010
http://cafeirreal.alicewhittenburg.com/index.htm
Metaphorosis SF and F, broadly defined $0.010
http://magazine.metaphorosis.com/guidelines/
Omens (Antimony and Elder Lace Press) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 7/25/2020 All genres, themed to omens $0.010
http://aelpress.com/calls-for-submissions/
To Live Again ... (Antimony and Elder Lace Press) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 12/25/2020 All genres, themed to resurrection $0.010
http://aelpress.com/calls-for-submissions/
Sunshine Superhighway (JayHenge Publishing) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE UNTIL FILLED Optimistic SF $0.005
http://www.jayhenge.com/callforstories.html
Whigmaleeries & Wives' Tales (JayHenge Publishing) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE UNTIL FILLED Spec-fic themed to the origins of superstitions $0.005
http://www.jayhenge.com/callforstories.html
Sunday Times Audible Short Story Award ANNUAL CONTEST - DUE 12/13 All genres
$39,248.00 https://www.shortstoryaward.co.uk
Gravity Award ANNUAL CONTEST - DUE 9/6 - 12/31 SF, fantasy, and horror
$200.00 http://www.centerfieldofgravity.com/2019/09/06/center-field-of-gravitys-inaugural-gravity-award/
Apex Publications SF/F/H novels and novellas
$100.00 http://www.apexbookcompany.com/pages/apex-books-guidelines
Three-Lobed Burning Eye All speculative – especially Horror Dark Fantasy and Magic Realism
$100.00 http://www.3lobedmag.com/submissions.html
TSS Microfiction Competition ONE-TIME FOUR-PART CONTEST - DUE DATE VARIES BUT ENDS IN 2021 Microfiction, all genres, themed
$98.06 https://theshortstory.co.uk/competitions/microfiction-competition/
Infinite Worlds Magazine SF
$75.00 https://www.infiniteworldsmagazine.com/submissions
Kanstellation Magazine General fiction and SF, themed
$60.00 https://www.kanstellation.com/submissions.html
Capricious Literary SF/F/H
$50.00 https://www.capricioussf.org/submissions/
Gothic Blue Book Vol 6 ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 7/5/2020 Gothic fiction themed to Krampus, Christmas, monasteries, castles, or convents.
$50.00 https://burialdaybooks.submittable.com/submit/6171/burial-day-gothic-blue-book-6-a-krampus-carol
Negative Space: An Anthology of Survival Horror ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 1/31/20 Horror themed to survival video games
$50.00 https://www.darkpeninsulapress.com/negative-space.html
Society of Misfit Stories, The (Bards and Sages Publishing) All spec-fic, mysteries, and thrillers
$50.00 https://www.bardsandsages.com/contact_us/fiction_submission_guidelines
Bards and Sages Quarterly Spec-fic
$30.00 http://www.bardsandsages.com/contact_us/fiction_submission_guidelines
Genderful (Hybrid Ink) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 3/1/2020 Themed: non-cisgender furries
$25.00 https://hybrid.ink/submit/anthologies/genderful/
Seven Deadly Sins ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 4/21/2020 Horror and extreme horror themed to the seven deadlies
$20.00 https://horrortree.com/taking-submissions-seven-deadly-sins/
Tales from Dry Gulch II (SFT Publishing) ONE-TIME ANTHOLOGY - DUE 1/31/2020 Western and weird western
$20.00 http://steampunktrails.blogspot.com/
New Gothic Review Gothic fiction, including SF and weird
$15.00 http://newgothicreview.com/
Pulp Modern Crime, science fiction, fantasy, horror, western pulp
$15.00 http://pulp-modern.blogspot.com/
Rune Bear Quarterly - QUARTERLY CONTEST All genres, themed
$10.00 https://runebear.com/submit/
Theme of Absence SF/F/H
$5.00 http://www.themeofabsence.com/submission-guidelines/
Bad Apple Zine - DEAD MARKET Spec-fic, especially YA and New Adult
$21.22
Creepy Campfire Quarterly Publication - QUARTERLY ANTHOLOGY - DEAD MARKET SF horror
$35.00
Great Tomes Series (Bards and Sages) ANTHOLOGY SERIES - DEAD MARKET Themed
$30.00
Story Emporium - DEAD MARKET Adventure SF, steampunk, and weird Westerns set 1800-1900s.
$20.00
Tor.com - PERMANENTLY CLOSED TO UNSOLICITED SHORT STORY SUBS - DEAD MARKET All spec-fic $0.250

Digital Fantasy Fiction (Digital Fiction Pub) - DEAD MARKET Fantasy fiction, pro/semi-pro reprints only $0.010

Digital Horror Fiction (Digital Fiction Pub) - DEAD MARKET Horror fiction, pro/semi-pro reprints only $0.010

Digital Science Fiction (Digital Fiction Pub) - DEAD MARKET Science fiction, pro/semi-pro reprints only $0.010

Speculate! (Evil Girlfriend Media) - DEAD MARKET Dark speculative fiction
$100.00
World Unknown Review - DEAD MARKET All genres, literary, especially spec-fic
$15.00
Recompose - DEAD MARKET Interstitial spec-fic flash fiction and poetry $0.060

Bracken - DEAD MARKET (no unsolicited fiction) Most genres, esp. magic realism, themed to the woods $0.020

Division By Zero ANTHOLOGY SERIES - DEAD MARKET All spec-fic $0.010
http://www.mifiwriters.org/submissions/
Cyclopean - DEAD MARKET Spec-fic $0.010
http://www.cyclopeanpress.com/#submissions
Dirge Magazine - DEAD MARKET Dark fantasy and horror, themed issues $0.060
https://dirgemagazine.submittable.com/submit/46550
Fiction Vortex - DEAD MARKET SF and fantasy
$50.00 http://www.fictionvortex.com/submissions/submit-a-short-story/
Farstrider Magazine - DEAD MARKET Fantasy, especially lighter stories $0.030
http://www.farstridermag.com/submit.html
Domain SF - DEAD MARKET Hard SF themed to environment change $0.010

Cicada - DEAD MARKET YA comics, fiction, and art, all genres including SF/F, themed issues $0.100

Odd Tree Press - DEAD MARKET All spec-fic
$20.00
Vine Leaves Literary Journal - DEAD MARKET All genres, vignettes
$3.76
Gernsback Writing Contest (Amazing Stories) ANNUAL ANTHOLOGY - DUE 7/1 - 7/31 - DEAD MARKET SF, themed $0.060

Flash Forge - DEAD MARKET Horror, bizarro, weird, etc.
$10.00
Manor House - DEAD MARKET All horror and dark fantasy
$20.00
Weird City - DEAD MARKET Themed: strange things in densely populated places
$50.00
Encounters Magazine - DEAD MARKET Contemporary or dark/urban fantasy, SF, horror, and paranormal $0.003

Polychrome Ink - DEAD MARKET All genres, written by or starring diverse people
$25.00
Xnoybis (Dunhams Manor Press) - DEAD MARKET Weird fiction
$25.00
Gold Shader - DEAD MARKET Game fiction - fiction inspired by games of all sorts $0.010

Beyond Science Fiction - DEAD MARKET SF/F $0.001

Pornokitsch - DEAD MARKET All genres, especially SF/F
$50.00
StoryHack - DEAD MARKET Action and adventure in any genre $0.010

Refractions (Golden Fleece Press) - DEAD MARKET Stories for ages 13 and up
$50.00
Factor Four Magazine - DEAD MARKET SF, fantasy, superhero, and supernatural $0.100
http://factorfourmag.com/submissionsinfo/

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.
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