Just got this from queer Latino author and now editor Michael Nava: A few months ago, I became managing editor of Amble Press, anew imprint of Bywater Books, an established … Read more
FIYAH is a quarterly speculative fiction magazine that features stories by and about Black people of the African Diaspora. This definition is globally inclusive (Black anywhere in the world) and … Read more
The world is broken. Fires, hurricanes, famine and disease haunt the land. We all need a little hope. For this anthology, we’re looking for stories that depict a (near) future … Read more
I’ve had a bit of a crisis in terms of how I should approach the task of filtering submission calls before I post. I strive to make this blog LGBTQ-inclusive and to help in protecting underrepresented writers from marginalization during the submissions process. But sometimes I make mistakes.
Apparition Lit wants speculative fiction and poetry on the theme of ambition for its April 2019 issue. Submit February 15-28. They pay 3¢/word for fiction and $15 per poem.
This will be an anthology of stories set on / dealing with the abiding influence of the Moon. You can take a literal or non-literal approach. The “Once” aspect will … Read more
Gay romance publisher Dreamspinner Press is accepting manuscripts for its Dreamspun Beyond book line, an ongoing collection of contemporary paranormal romances. Submit anytime; pays royalties.
New Myths Publishing wants speculative short stories and poems for its quarterly issues and an upcoming anthology. Submissions open Jan. 1–Feb. 28, pays 1.5¢/word.
The holidays are a time for warmth and joy, for food and laughter – except when they go horribly wrong. Baking disasters. Shopping trips from heck. Getting lost on the … Read more
Warm beaches. Sunshine. Music. Parks. Cozy bookstore nooks. People out in droves looking for “their love”—but everybody knows “Summer Lovin’ is a Fool’s Game.” Mischief Corner Books is looking for … Read more