Manifold Press is a UK press that has reorganized. They are now relaunching with a focus on LGBTQ+ historical fiction and historical fantasy.
Dark Helix Press wants fantasy and sci fi shorts by authors with a “geographical Asian heritage” for Immersion: An Asian Anthology of Love, Fantasy, and Speculative Fiction.
Evernight Publishing wants erotic romance novellas featuring a variety of pairings for its Naughty Fairy Tales multiauthor series.
Vulture Bones is an online speculative fiction magazine featuring writing by trans and nonbinary authors. They want short stories, flash fiction, poetry, plays, and comics for their next issue. Pays 1¢/word; minimum $5 payment. Due Oct. 31, 2018.
The First Line is a quarterly literary magazine featuring diverse stories that all begin with the same sentence. Read on to learn the sentence stories for the winter 2018/2019 issue must use.
Cockroach Conservatory is a fiction periodical that claims to be founded by the intergalactic traveler Lord Commander Patagonia and his personal servant, Fearbot. They’re seeking speculative fiction—sci fi, horror, and the just plain weird—for their second edition, Glory of Man: The Rise and Fall of the Reality Soldier.
Shifters United Productions wants urban fantasy novellas for Shifters United Anthology Series. For this particular call, the novellas should have little to no romantic content.
Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores holds for reading periods a year to consider unsolicited submissions, and we are coming up on the next one. They want “science fiction, fantasy, myth, legend, fairy tales, and eldritch.” Pays 6¢/word.
Gemma Open Door wants book proposals for its teen and adult literacy program. They’re looking for short fiction and memoirs of 10,000 words or less that are written at the second- tofifth-gradee reading levels. Currently, they are specifically seeking to expand their selection of LGBTQ titles.
Future Visions seeks speculative fiction “[i]n the tradition of great television anthology series such as The Twilight Zone and Black Mirror. They publish anthologies each quarter and accept submissions on a rolling basis. … Read more