MYTHIC, a publication for original sci-fi and fantasy stories, is open for submissions June 1 through August 15. Works should be 2,000–6,000 words. The editors write:
Science fiction and fantasy have been put into boxes in recent times by standard tropes, conventions, settings, and so on. We at MYTHIC want to be a place where under-represented visions in science fiction and fantasy can once more be explored. We want wider, more diverse views of the future and realms of the fantastic that don’t necessarily involve quasi-medieval settings.
Does this mean we aren’t interested in more traditional tales? Not at all. Bring us your space operas, your sword & sorcery, your lost world adventures, swashbuckling adventures in mystical lands, or throwback stories that hearken to the rip-roaring yarns of the old pulp fiction days. Surprise us.
Submitting speculative fiction to Mythic
- Publication: Mythic
- Publication type: online magazine
- Word Count: 2,000–6,000 words
- Submission period: June 1–August 15
- Payment: $40 on publication and a copy of the issue in which the story appears
- Rights: First World English Rights
- Format: Standard manuscript format in Microsoft Word .doc format
- Will they accept simultaneous or multiple submissions? No. Read more about simultaneous and multiple submissions.
- Will they accept reprints? No.
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