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List of Short Story Publishers

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  • #16
    It's me buttertup.
    I have asked for, and recieved permission to post the thread for Fantasic Horror Magazine. We are taking submissions and we off and on host contests. We are not at this time a paying market, however we do have readership. I invite you to check us out. I know there are some talented writers in here, so can one blame me for trying to lure some over to walk in our hallowed halls?

    ***I almost forgot, I am fh's submissions wrangler, I am there for you, so if anyone has any questions, I would be glad to help.
    Last edited by buttertup; 05-31-2009, 05:48 AM.


    • #17
      I heard of a new comic book self-publisher, this morning.

      Sounds cool, I'll post a link when they give out more information online.

      I think Quick Comics is the company's name.
      Last edited by lemec; 05-16-2011, 03:08 AM. Reason: Added link for the end of May

      "With a deep, not-unhappy sigh, Elric prepared to do battle with an army." (Red Pearls)
      - Michael Moorcock


      • #18
        Hey Publisher...

        Here is a REALLY cool web-site that allows you to upload your work, and then submit it electronically to any of the several hundred publishers that are listed with the site.

        It's an excellent site to help you find a market, keep track of submissions (including external submissions), and store a backup copy of your work. I would suggest it to anybody who is trying to publish short fiction, poetry, articles, or reviews...


        • #19
          Not exactly a submission site, but one that allows you to find active sites (also keeps an eye on your submissions, acceptances, rejections and timings of the site responses).

          It has information on most of the main sites in there as well as suggestions for 'similar' sites to submit the same sort of material to.

          The one slight drawback is that you need to sign up to be able to use it (no cost tho).

          The Colored Lens is also quite a good one to submit to ... the payments aren't spectacular, but the response time is excellent (mine was rejected, but on a 2 hour turnover time ... obviously longer for acceptances). On top of that I e-mailed the editor after the rejection mail, and she was only too willing to take time out to give me advice on why it was rejected, and how to make the piece more marketable.
          Last edited by Timberwolf; 03-15-2012, 12:11 PM.
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          • #20
            What would be a good magazine for heroic fiction/fantasy set in the Migration era (600s - 900s, or, as some of you would call it, "Early Medieval" times) of history?


            • #21
              This thread is great! Thanks to everybody who has contributed. In my infinite abundance of ignorance, I wasn't even fully aware that magazines like this still exist. I'm excited in trying this out. It would be my first venture into the world of publication.