Duet Books, an imprint of LGBTQ+ publisher Interlude Press, wants short stories for an upcoming anthology geared toward young adults. Due Dec. 1, pays royalties. … Read more
Blue Cubicle Press wants short stories and poetry for the fifteenth edition of its annual literary magazine Workers Write!, to be released in 2019. This year’s theme will be More Tales from the Classroom. The majority of stories they publish are contemporary literary fiction, but historical, magical realism, and other genres will also be considered. … Read more
Evernight Publishing wants short stories and novellas in all genres of erotic romance for its Romance on the Go multiauthor series. … Read more
JMS Books wants “stories about lovers whose age gap only enhances their relationship” for its May/December Kind of Love ebook collection. Pays 50% royalties quarterly, due December 31, 2018.
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JMS Books wants LGBTQ+ romance novellas or novels for the Boy/Girl Next Door ebook collection. Pays 50% royalties, paid quarterly, due November 30, 2018.
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Mischief Corner Books wants romance novels and novellas from across the LGBTQ2IA spectrum its for Queer for the Record book line. Pays royalties, no deadline.
Mischief Corner Books wants LGBT romance novels and novellas for their Everyday Heroes fiction line. Pays royalties, no deadline.
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Opossum, a semiannual literary magazine of works “animated by music,” seeks poetry, fiction, and nonfiction that is “pulsing with beats, haunted by melodies.” Past issues have included stories inspired by the Oslo death metal scene and the likes of Bob Dylan, James Brown, and Freddie Mercury. They pay at least $12/page, with minimums of $100 for short stories and essays and $75 for poetry and flash fiction. … Read more
Spectrum Lit seeks #ownvoices queer flash fiction writers in a variety genres. Pays $5 for up to 1500 words. … Read more
Plenitude is a Canadian literary magazine featuring non-genre short stories, novel excerpts, non-fiction, and poetry from LGBTTQI artists. It “aims to complicate expressions of queerness through the publication of diverse, sophisticated literary writing, graphic narrative and short film, from the very subtle to the brash and unrelenting.”
Pays $25–$60. … Read more