Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Fiction on the Web, Paragon and Effervescent call for submissions; Fabula Press has short story contest

Fiction on the Web an online literary journal based in the UK, is currently accepting short story submissions in the following genres:
· funny stories - for when you need a laugh
· creepy stories - to make your hair stand on end
· fantastic stories - orcs, swords, magic and fantasy
· futuristic stories - many worlds of science fiction
· criminal stories - crooks and detectives
· real life stories - everyday life and relationships
Deadline: Ongoing. Full guidelines here.

The Paragon Journal is looking for submissions from young authors for their second online literary magazine. Open to poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, plays, graphic narratives – and whatever.
Deadline: March 18, 2016.Full submission guidelines here.

Effervescent Magazine invites submissions for Issue 1. Theme: Juvenescence — “works that illustrate youth, that brim with the ephemeral magic of discovery, of new experiences.” Open to prose, poetry, and random creative thoughts.
Deadline:March 25, 2016. Full guidelines here.

Entries are invited for the Fabula Press Nivalis Short Story Contest 2016. First prize: US$250. All long-listed entries (top 10-15) published in an anthology; non-prize winning published entries paid US$50 each. Theme: None. Genre: Open to literary fiction, historical fiction, mystery/suspense, and horror. Length: 1500-7000 words. Entry fee: US$10.
Deadline: March 31, 2016. Full Guidelines here.

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