Fantasia Divinity Magazine & Publishing wants short fantasy stories of 500 to 10,500 words for its Autumn’s Harvest anthology. Pay is $5 for pieces up to 1,000 words, then a 1/2¢ per word for stories up to 3,000 words, and then a flat $15 for anything longer. Reprints are considered for a maximum payment of $10. The deadline is August 25, with a release date set for November 2017.
Response time is about a month.
Details from their website:
Autumn is a beautiful and magical time, and yet many times it is the most neglected. You hear of the wonder of Winter, the beauty of Spring, and the joy of Summer, well, this time we want to hear about Autumn. It is a time of death and rebirth. As the trees loose their leaves in one last explosion of color before the stark paleness of Winter … what becomes of the world around them, both seen and unseen? What lurks beneath the harvest moon? …
Stories that don’t adhere to Fantasia Divinity Publishing’s submission guidelines will be rejected unread, so be sure to read the details on their site: Anthology Submission Calls
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