Online fairy tale, folklore, and mythology magazine Enchanted Conversation is seeking stories and comics for its August issue. Deadline is July 20 and they pay $20/piece.
Aurealis wants speculative fiction short stories for its online magazine. Submission periods vary through September 30. They pay 2¢–6¢/word (Australian).
Lackington’s wants speculative fiction short stories for the next issue of its e-magazine. The publication prefers “controlled and well-crafted wordsmithery that reflects the story, setting, theme, atmosphere, or philosophy it seeks to describe.” Pays 1¢/word (minimum $25 Canadian); submissions open June & July.
JMS Books wants intercultural LGBTQ+ romance novellas or novels for its Culture Clash ebook collection. Pays 50% royalties, paid quarterly, due August 31, 2018.
The West Coast Feminist Literary Magazine Society wants literary short stories, poetry, and essays on magical themes for its quarterly publication Room.
The Arcanist wants sci-fi and fantasy flash fiction for its online fiction magazine hosted on the website Medium. Pays $50/story, no deadline.
JMS Books wants LGBTQ+ romance novellas or novels for the It Was a Dark and Stormy Night ebook collection. Stories should have paranormal or horror elements. Pays 50% royalties, due July 31, 2018.
Radiant Crown Publishing is reading short romances in sci-fi, fantasy, and other speculative fiction genres for inclusion in its anthology Mystique Masquerade.
JMS Books wants friends-to-lovers LGBTQ+ romance novellas or novels in any subgenre (including sci fi, paranormal, and fantasy) for its Leveling Up ebook collection. Pays 50% royalties, paid quarterly, due June 30, 2018.
Less Than Three Press wants LGBTQIA+ romances that take place in an apocalyptic or post-apocalyptic world for the upcoming anthology Life After All. Since the stories are romance, they should not be completely bleak.