The second annual Time & Place Prize is now welcoming submissions from all writing genres. Last year we received wide-ranging entries from four continents. Submissions must be limited to 5,000 words and in PDF or Word formats. Entrants must be 18 years of age or older. The winner of the Time & Place Prize is …
Dark Tales is a professionally-published anthology now in its tenth year. To celebrate their anniversary, they have now re-launched our quarterly short story competition. 5,000 words or less.
Entice us. Submit the opening (up to 1500 words) of your book (any genre) to Writer Advice’s 2nd Scintillating Starts Contest. All finalists are winners (small cash award) & can say that to prospective publishers. Deadline: 10/18/13. Details at www.writeradvice.com.
Publishes romance (all genres) and horror. Also seeks already-published romances from the
Seeks agented nonfiction, plus futuristic science fiction, true crime, steampunk, YA-YA (YA written by young adults), horror, thriller, historical fiction, hard-boiled mystery, mainstream fiction, historical romance, time-travel romance and paranormal romance. Accepts email submissions only. See website for current needs.
Publishes commercial and literary fiction, historical fiction, mysteries, thrillers, suspense, romance, paranormal/horror, sci-fi/fantasy, nonfiction and young adult fiction. Submit from website form only.
LGBTQ fiction (general and genre), including action, romance, adventure, crime, mystery/ intrigue and speculative fiction (sci-fi/fantasy/ horror). Also publishes young adult fiction. Submit entire manuscript by email only.
Features suspense, mystery, thriller and horror short stories. Submit stories of up to 5,000 words. Monthly.
Magazine featuring horror, science fiction and fantasy, articles, interviews and reviews, plus genre artwork. Check website for submission deadlines. Submit by email only. No simultaneous submissions.
Welcoming authors in all genres of fiction: science fiction, fantasy, mystery, suspense, horror, romance, historical, literary and mainstream novels.