Tag Archive | submissions

Crosshair Press Open for Submissions

Crosshair Press Open for Submissions

Guest Blogger: Amy Davis The Crosshair Press founding team members are Amy Williams, Katie Morford, and Amy Davis. Our respective backgrounds include copywriting, journalism, copyediting, and missionary work, and a plethora of random things like insurance, plumbing, and research. The idea of Crosshair Press hatched around a restaurant breakfast table in Wichita, Kansas, over toast […]

A SpecFic Christmas at Splickety

A SpecFic Christmas at Splickety

Splickety magazine plans to put out a Christmas issue. The magazine showcases all genres, including speculative. Senior Editor Andrew Winch is looking for flash fiction—1,000 words or less, the shorter the better. This is a paying market, so head over to their website to check out the submission guidelines. Their main criterion is that stories […]

Halloween E-zine seeks submissions

Halloween E-zine seeks submissions

Lantern Hollow Press, publisher of The Gallery of Worlds, an e-zine, is seeking submissions for its All Hallow’s Eve issue. Yet another volley in the campaign to prove that “Christian Horror” is not a contradiction in terms. The editors are looking for “tales of the ghoulish, the ghastly, and downright scary!” Submissions must fit within […]

The Waiting Game

The Waiting Game

Have you heard anything yet? When I get to hang out with my fellow writers, this is usually one of the first questions I ask or they ask. Normals (non-writers) phrase it a little differently. “So when is your book coming out?” If only it was that simple 🙂 When I started querying magazines with […]

Wanted: A Publisher With a Clue

Yep, I’m back on the prowl. And I gotta tell ya, with Google as my witness, there are a ton of options out there. Little presses have been sprouting up all over the place, especially in mainstream Fantasy. With POD technology and e-book sales, writers aren’t the only ones seeing their dreams come true. In […]

A Perspective on Submission Rejections

Rejection is a part of life. For writers, it tends to be a BIG part of life. We lay our souls bare for editors to pick and choose, to which they most often say “no.” There are, of course, two sides to every story…and the rejection thereof….

But WHERE Do You Find These Places?

Recently, I’ve had several people ask me where I find places to submit my short stories. The world of submissions can be daunting, and not knowing where to start makes it even more so. I’ve decided to share some of my resources with you.