Welcome to M3: ME ME MONDAY at our FB discussion group – your chance to pop in and tell us about your latest success. Have a new book or short … Read more
Today is the Fourth Birthday for Queer Sci Fi. Yes, it’s sad but true – QSF didn’t always exist, except maybe in some fever dream. But we’re here now, and … Read more
The Dark magazine is a monthly online magazine devoted to horror, dark fantasy, and experimental fiction that frightens. They pay 3¢/word for first world rights on original fiction up to 6,000 words. They’re open to submissions year-round.
Circlet Press, the world’s leading publisher of erotica for geeks, is planning a themed anthology of short erotic stories inspired by the works of Edgar Allan Poe.
The call notes that Poe was not only a pioneer of the horror genre, but also sci-fi and detective fiction. Stories can take place in any time period and can fall within any speculative fiction genre as long as the story is erotic and inspired by Poe’s oeuvre.
Enchanted Conversation wants stories about love for its February issue, titled Un rêve d’amour (A Dream of Love).
Enchanted Conversations is geared toward adult readers. Stories can be retellings or completely original, and the editors tend to prefer stories that are fairy tales in genre as well as theme.
Queer romance publisher JMS Books is launching a new series of romance novels and novelettes centered on games: card games, board games, role-playing games, sports, crossword competitions— if it’s a game, they’re game. (Sorry, couldn’t help myself.) Read the full post on Dale Cameron Lowry’s blog for writers.
Futurefire.net Publishing and the Institute of Classical Studies are looking for fantasy, horror, and sci-fi that reimagines monsters from ancient world cultures. They’re accepting fiction and poetry. Read the full post on Dale Cameron Lowry’s blog for writers.
BLF Press invites Black women writers to submit stories and poetry to Black to the Future, an anthology of Black speculative writing, “including science fiction, fantasy, and Afrofuturism.” The editors are Stephanie Andrea Allen, Lauren Cherelle, and Krystal A. Smith. Read the full post on Dale Cameron Lowry’s blog for writers.