Monday, April 16, 2018

Paying markets for literary fiction and science fiction, literary poetry and speculative poetry, and creative nonfiction

Arc Poetry Magazine this venerable Canadian poetry magazine seeks poetry. (What else?) Pays $50 per page for poetry.

Deadline: May 31, 2018. Guidelines here.

Pedestal Magazine seeks  speculative poetry for the June 2018 issue (Pedestal 82). Speculative includes science fiction, fantasy, supernatural horror, science, surrealism, and experimental.  Pays $40 for each poem accepted. 
Deadline: May 27, 2018. Guidelines here.

The Kweli Journal celebrates community and cultural kinships and lived experience of people of color: “Our many stories. Our shared histories. Our creative play with language. Here our memories are wrapped inside the music of the Muscogee, the blues songs of the South, the clipped patois of the Caribbean." Publishes one print issue and two online issues each year. Seeks self-contained novel excerpts, short stories, creative nonfiction, and poetry.  Submissions should be no more than 6,000 words. Pays upon publication.
Deadline: May 30, 2018. Guidelines here.

Things in the Well is an Australian-based publisher of horror and science fiction. They’re seeking submissions for Beyond the Infinite - Tales from the Outer Reaches, a call dark science fiction anthology:
I want stories that are outstanding, different and memorable!  outstanding, different, and memorable! I want something new and exciting! New psychological terrors involving time travel; primal fears triggered by something new that threatens humanity, and new hopes that we may conquer them; new creatures that will make people want to go out and buy the Halloween mask; and new stories of the weird in the outer-reaches of time and space.
“If you need more ideas, take a look outside the typical Sci-Fi genre... Read Clive Barker’s short story ‘The Skins of the Fathers’ or HPL’s ‘The Colour out of space,’ or go back further and look wider to William Hope Hodgson’s ‘The House on the Borderland,’ or Brian Lumley’s ‘The House of Doors’ and ‘Necroscope’ series.
“So, something memorable, dark, and/or something that offers hope and/or despair for humanity… I envision the SciFi element as merely the stage for the story to unfold, cracking our world(s) open to reveal a truer story beyond the genre’s superfice. Gee, that sounds pompous, but you get my (space) drift. I anticipate a (star)fleet of top-notch submissions as usual, so I'm aftememorable stories, a sense of dread, and some level of believability and internal consistency would be more important than a lengthy treatise or a quick shudder.
Pays $50 AUD for a story, plus a copy of the book in paperback form.  
Deadline: "End of May." Guidelines here.

The Baltimore Review is on online quarterly and also publishes a print issue once a year. Seeks fiction (3,000 words max), poetry (1–3 poems), and creative nonfiction (5,000 words max). Also accepts video submissions and “none of the above” submissions. Pays $40 per piece.
The Baltimore Review is also seeking contest submissions. Theme: Clothes. 5,000-word maximum for fiction and creative nonfiction; 3 poems maximum. Fee: $10. Prizes: $500, $300 and $100.
Deadline: May 31, 2018. Guidelines here and here.

One Story sends one short story of 3,000 to 8,000 words to its subscribers each month. Stories can be any style and on any subject as long as they are good. “We are looking for stories that leave readers feeling satisfied and are strong enough to stand alone. Pays $500, plus 25 copies.
Deadline: May 31, 2018. Guidelines here.

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