Feb 10, 2022
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10 February 2022 Public Edition
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This magazine publishes speculative fiction of every kind, except graphic horror. They also accept nonfiction, poems, reviews (query first), and artwork with speculative fiction themes.
Deadline: 28 February 2022
Pay: 1.5c/word for prose and poetry, a minimum of $30; and $30 for reviews
They welcome submissions of fiction, creative non-fiction, experimental works, play excerpts, and poetry. They publish work by women, transgender men, nonbinary, Two-Spirit, and genderqueer/gender non-conforming writers only, and accept submissions in Indigenous languages. They have a Submittable cap each month for fee-free submissions, when submissions are open.
Deadline: 5 March 2022
Length: Up to 3,500 words, up to 5 poems, 5-8 pages for play excerpts
They publish work by Canadian and international artists. They accept fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and queries for other writing (ie short plays, comics, etc). They have a Submittable cap every month during their reading period, and once this is reached, writers can wait for submissions to open again next month, or mail their submissions.
Deadline: 15 June 2022
Length: Up to 6 pages for poetry; up to 3,500 words for prose
Pay: CAD50/page, up to CAD250
This magazine publishes creative writing and art and all work must incorporate text in some way. Online submissions are meant to be displayed on the site, and they also accept work for the print version. They ask contributors to read their background and principles before submitting. They do not want reviews, articles, or non-fiction. Currently, they publish one piece weekly online, and biannually in print.
Anime Herald is a website that offers news, reviews, interviews, and commentary on anime and anime fandom. They are looking for articles, “especially interviews and pieces on the greater fandom.” They pay $50 per article (1,000 to 2,000 words). To learn more, refer to their Tweet and contributor guidelines. To submit your pitch, refer to this page.
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