Submissions for Terraform are open to the public, and the ask is simple: We’re looking for 2,000 words or fewer—a nice, digestible internet length—of speculative fiction honing in on the tech, science, and future culture topics driving the zeitgeist. Continue reading
Gunn&Hook’s Outdoor Journal blog is a space where hunters, fishermen and outdoor enthusiasts go to get tips for their next adventure and read success stories.
As a contributing writer, your primary focus will be sharing your knowledge of the outdoors with our readership and customers. Continue reading
Theme: Lost Voices
Submissions Close: February 28th, 2015
Word Count: We will consider fiction up to 6,000 words. There is no minimum word count.
Genre: We are a speculative fiction market. We accept science fiction, fantasy, and horror stories. Please do not send stories without any speculative element. Continue reading
MailOnline is looking for experienced and talented writers to join its Femail desk as a freelancer covering a variety shifts including 7.30am-4.30pm and from 1pm-10pm (weekend shifts also available).
Suitable candidates must have experience of working in a busy newsroom or at a national women’s magazine.
World Weaver Press has agreed to publish a second volume of the Far Orbit science fiction adventure series. We are once again looking for modern space adventures crafted in the Grand Tradition. We are not looking for slavish imitations of past classics. Rather, we would like to receive stories that establish a new tradition in the much maligned sci-fi adventure genera — smart, modern stories built around the classic traditions. Continue reading
Overland is seeking fiction from new and emerging writers for a special online edition to be curated by Khalid Warsame. Khalid is a Brisbane-based writer of essays, short stories, memoir and screenplays, who occasionally produces and directs short films. Continue reading
Elmore is currently accepting new freelance writers and photographers to cover albums and live shows as well as submit pitches for features and columns. We’re looking for concise, thoughtful pieces that provide both insight into the music and its larger context. Writers and photographers must be able to work on tight deadlines (about a week for album reviews and about a day for live shows). Continue reading
Switchback is an online publication of the MFA in Writing Program at the University of San Francisco. We are a biannual journal because that’s about all we can handle. We generally open submissions for a few months at a time, then catch our breath while we put together the issue. So check back in with us if you’re unsure of when we’re reading and when we’re resting.
If you wish to be considered for our fall issue, please submit no later than midnight (PST) on Saturday, January 31, 2015. Continue reading
Ink Monkey and Amoeba Ink are joining together to create an anthology dedicated to the fruit/vegetable. And we need you.
Tomatoes MUST play a large part in your piece. No, it doesn’t have to be an ode to your love (or hate) of the tomato, but you have to include them somehow in your story. If we can’t find the tomato reference, we won’t take your story, no matter how good it is. Continue reading
Each year artists are invited to submit works of art for the publication of the upcoming Multifaith Calendar. The theme for the 2016 edition is: Gratitude. Once again, this theme is intended to be open to the artist’s imagination.
Selected artists will be provided an honorarium of $250 per image ($500 for the cover image) or $100 for insets (smaller images placed throughout the Calendar) and will also receive a set of complimentary Multifaith Calendars. Continue reading
Kaleidotrope tends very heavily towards the speculative — towards science fiction, fantasy, and horror — but we like an eclectic mix and are therefore always eager to read interesting work that blurs these lines, falls outside of neat genre categories.
We have no maximum word limit, although anything over 10,000 words may be a tougher sell. We do like well-crafted flash fiction, too, although preferably not under 250 words. Continue reading
The Jersey Devil.
Creatures moving in the twilight between fantasy and reality. Beasts that delight, mystify, and terrify. Cryptids are everywhere, in the water, running on the land, or even soaring overhead, challenging our faith in what science knows. From mermaids taunting our ships and Mexican goat suckers who feast on livestock (if we’re lucky) to the Jersey Devil soaring overhead, belief is only a blink away. Continue reading
Showcasing thoughtful and vibrant representations of history, Staging Our Histories will illustrate the powerful ways in which performances and history ‘off the page’ can explore individual and cultural memory. From films to storytelling to dance (and everything in between and beyond), these performances will present alternative ways of knowing and sharing history, challenging accepted narratives and shedding light on little-known stories, ranging from the personal to the collective. Continue reading
Cub Club Investment is looking for short stories created exclusively with iDiversicons emoji. Like speaking in symbols? Love telling stories? Like a challenge? Want a chance to win thousands of dollars in prize money? If yes, then enter for a chance to win up to $25,000 in cash prizes. There are over 900 iDiversicons emoji to choose from and they can be used more than once. Continue reading
52 Weeks of Flash is a project where one piece of flash fiction or poetry will be published per week in 2015 on our blog. All successful stories may be gathered into an anthology at the end of the year. The below guidelines may be updated in the future. Continue reading