District of Wonders wants short horror and dark fantasy short stories for its volunteer-run fan podcast, Tales to Terrify. … Read more
The First Line is a quarterly literary magazine featuring diverse stories that all begin with the same sentence. Read on to learn the sentence stories for the winter 2018/2019 issue must use. … Read more
Future Visions seeks speculative fiction “[i]n the tradition of great television anthology series such as The Twilight Zone and Black Mirror. They publish anthologies each quarter and accept submissions on a rolling basis. … Read more
Colorado State University wants literary short stories and poetry for Colorado Review. The submission period is open Aug. 1–April 30; they pay $200 for short stories and $10/page for poetry. … Read more
Less Than Three Press wants LGBTQIA+ romances that take place in an apocalyptic or post-apocalyptic world for the upcoming anthology Life After All. Since the stories are romance, they should not be completely bleak. Deadline extended to September 30, pays $150. … Read more
Aurealis wants speculative fiction short stories for its online magazine. Submission periods vary through September 30. They pay 2¢–6¢/word (Australian). … Read more
Gumshoe Review is always looking for complete mysteries in a flash fiction format of 1,000 words or less. They pay 5¢/word. … Read more
The University of Georgia seeks literary short stories, poetry, and essays for The Georgia Review. Pays $50/page, due May 15.
Rachel Kramer Bussel, editor of more than 60 of acclaimed erotica anthologies, has a new call for short stories for Best Bondage Erotica of the Year, Volume 1, an annual anthology series to be relaunched in 2019 by Cleis Press.
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Enchanted Conversation: A Fairy Tale Magazine wants fairy tales of 100-500 words for its new flash fiction feature. Payment is $5 per story. … Read more