Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Cultivating Crime in the College Classrooom by Hollis Seamon

Over at the Ellery Queen Something is Going to Happen blog there's an interesting essay about the effects of teaching crime fiction to college students.  You can read it here.

Hysterical - New Market - Ladies Only

Hysterical is a new market looking for submissions to their first issue.  Only women, femmes, or non-binary persons may submit.  They're looking for humor, poetry, non-fiction, and fiction up to 5000 words.  The deadline is August 1, 2018 and payment is $50.

34 Paying Markets for May

Over at the Publishing,,,and Other Forms of Insanity Erica Verrillo has posted her May list of paying markets.  Thanks, Erica!

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Dale Cameron Lowry - Market Listings

It's been a while since I've mentioned Dale Cameron Lowry's blog.  If you're a writer it's one you should keep in mind because he posts paying markets almost daily in a variety of genres.  Here's a link to his market listings page.

Auto Crit - Market Listings

I found a place called Auto Crit that had a list of Writer's Markets.  They're all paying and broken down in the order of genre. 

Spectre Press - Anthology Calls

I found two anthology calls posted for Spectre Press.  The first is "The Realm of British Folklore" with a deadline of October 31, 2018 and payment of one penny sterling per word.  The second is for "The Children of Clark Ashton Smith".  Here they're looking for fantasy stories in the vein of Clark Ashton Smith.  The deadline is January 31, 2019 and payment is one penny sterling.  You'll find examples and tips of what they're looking for in the guidelines.

Monday, April 23, 2018

PMMP - Open for Flash Fiction Submissions

Just a reminder that Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing is looking for dark flash fiction up to 1500 words in the genres of horror, sci-fi, crime, and noir to be published in their newsletter.  The stories are also considered for their Dark Moon Magazine.  Payment is $25.  You can find the details here, just scroll down the page.  The site says that the magazine is open for submissions but their Submittable page says no.