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Aberrant Dreams
http://www.hd-image.com/aberrant_dreams/index.htm
Aberrant Dreams accepts short fiction of any genre, though we primarily focus on the genres of fantasy, science fiction, and supernatural horror. We look for stories with a solid plot and good character development. Stories should grab the reader’s attention quickly. Stories should be original and not a rehash of tired old themes. If you do draw from an old theme, add a twist to make it unique. Submit to the appropriate genre. Pays 3 cents per word (to max $100). Please read full guidelines before submitting.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.hd-image.com/aberrant_dreams/submission.htm

Abyss & Apex
http://www.abyssandapex.com
Reading periods are open on the following months: November, February, May, August. Seeking Sci-Fi and Fantasy. Short and flash fiction; poetry. "Our tastes span the gamut from classical, Golden-Age SF to modern, nontraditional formats." Dark okay, but no horror. Accepts E-submissions only -- see website for detailed guidelines. Submit only during reading periods.
Fiction: to 10,000 words, pays 5 cents per word (maximum $75) On Publication.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.abyssandapex.com/guidelines.html

Adventures of Sword and Sorcery
Pay Rate: 3 to 6 cents per word On Acceptance
We are looking for Sword & Sorcery, High Fantasy, and Heroic Fantasy fiction from 1,000 to 8,000 words. We want fiction with an emphasis on action and adventure, but still cognizant of struggles within as they play against the struggels without
Snail Mail submissions to: Randy Dannenfelser, Editor, PO Box 807, Xenia, OH 45385

Æon Speculative Fiction Magazine
http://www.aeonmagazine.com
Æon publishes speculative fiction of all kinds: science fiction, fantasy, dark fantasy, horror, magic realism, and everything in between. Our guidelines are simple: your story needs to be speculative in nature, and it needs to kick our (collective) ass. We are looking primarily for stories 7,500 words and under, but will consider longer works also.
Payment is 3 cents per word, paid on publication, for the purchase of first world serial rights. All other rights remain the property of the author.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.aeonmagazine.com/writersguidelines.htm

Albedo One
http://www.albedo1.com
Ireland’s foremost magazine of the fantastic. Needs Science fiction/fantasy/horror/experimental/surrealist fiction between 2,500 and 8,000 words. Print and ezine also. E-submissions okay, but no attachments. Send disposable manuscripts only. Prefers to reply to all submissions via email.
Payment is €3 per 1,000 words (Euro)
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.albedo1.com/html/writers_guidelines.html

Alchemy
Snail-mail: Steve Pasechnick, P.O. Box 380264, Cambridge, MA 02238.
E-mail: spasechnick[ AT ]harvard.com
Seeking well-written stories; all kinds of fantasy to 8,000 words.
Published by Edgewood Press. Editor prefers not to receive e-mail queries.
Payment is 5 cents per word.
Submission Guidelines:
http://ralan.com/sfpro/listings/alchemy.htm

Aurealis
http://www.aurealis.com.au
Looking for Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror. "Stories do not have to be explicitly Australian, although we would like to see some with Australian characterization and background, provided the Australian element is not merely a self-conscious insertion into a standard plot." Please use standard Australian spelling, punctuation and grammar (i.e. British/English).
Buys First Australian Serial Rights, the non-exclusive rights to publish the story electronically and the non-exclusive rights to include the story in an anthology. All other rights remain with the author.
Word Count: 2000-8000 words, pays AUS $20-60 per 1000 words (between 2-6 cents per word depending on budget).
Submission Guidelines:
http://aurealis.com.au/submissions.php

Baen's Universe
http://www.baensuniverse.com/subguide.html
Looking for Sci-Fi and Fantasy with popular appeal.
May submit via e-mail or via forum at website; forum at website recommended for writers not yet pro by SFWA standards. E-mail submissions should be *.rtf or *.doc files. One slot each issue reserved for non-pro writers. Pay differs between solicited and unsolicited stories.
Pay rate for Unsolicited Manuscripts: any length, pays 8-15 cents US.
Pay rate for commissioned stories:
For the first 5000 words, we'll pay 25 cents a word. That comes to $1,250
For the next 5000 words (i.e., from 5-10K), we'll pay 15 cents a word. That comes to $750, or a cumulative payment of $2000 for a story that was 10K words long.
For the next 10,000 words (i.e., from 10-20K), we'll pay 10 cents a word. That comes to $1000, or a cumulative payment of $3000 for a short novella that was 20K words long.
For the next 20,000 words (i.e., from 20-40K), we'll pay 8 cents a word. That comes to $1600, or a cumulative payment of $4600 for a short novel that was 40K long.
Anything longer than that, we'll pay 6 cents a word.
Our rates are lower for stories that we buy from unsolicited manuscripts, whether submitted through the submission form or the Slush conference. They range from 8 to 15 cents a word depending on various factors.
Submission Guidelines:
http://baensuniverse.com/subguide.html


Black Gate
http://www.blackgate.com
Black Gate publishes epic fantasy fiction at all lengths (including novel excerpts), articles, interviews, news and reviews. We are looking for adventure-oriented fantasy fiction suitable for all ages -- including urban fantasy, sword & sorcery, dark fantasy/horror, "magic realism" and romantic fantasy -- as long as it is well written and original. Create accessible, epic/heroic fantasy suitable for all ages… fiction that incorporates strong elements of heroic myth, adventure-oriented themes and exotic and colorful settings.
Black Gate is also looking for artists -- for line art, comics, and cartoons. If you have an online portfolio full of dynamic, fun b&w art, don't hesitate to contact us. We pay 6 cents per word for fiction, and 5 cents per word for non-fiction, on acceptance.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.blackgate.com/bg/guide.htm

Brutarian
(no website)
E-mail: brutarian@msn.com
Accepts Dark Fantasy and Horror. No standard genre fare. Focus on pop and fringe cultures. No flash fiction. Gets title from the "Art Brut" movement -- "outsider art," originally the mentally ill. Pays 5-10¢/word for FNASR & Electronic Rights (for archiving on their web site), no length limits, pays on acceptance.
Fiction submissions via e-mail in the body of the message to address above.
We tend to prefer dark fantasy and horror, but any speculative fiction which keeps us turning the pages, has a few felicitous turn of phrases, and has an interesting theme or subtext intertwined within the narrative will do nicely. Impress us! Amaze us! Astound us! Offend us! Any of these reactions are what we like to see. Brutarian is willing to consider the following subgenres: Dark Fantasy, Psychological Horror, Supernatural, Occult, Vampire, Cthulu, Gore, Ghost Stories, Hard SF, Utopian SF, Alien Contact, Time Travel, Erotic Horror.
Submission Address: 9405 Ulysses Court, Burke, VA 22015 USA

Chizine
http://chizine.com
Chizine (Chiaroscuro Webzine) is seeking Horror and Dark Fantasy fiction up to 4,000 words and poetry. Make your fiction dark and well written. No taboos. Poetry: no elves, no vampires, no rhyming. Please no reprints.
Other: Accepts E-submissions only; *.rtf or *.doc attachment.
Pays 7 cents (US) per word on publication.
Poetry: to 50 lines (preferred), pays $8/poem.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.chizine.com/submissions_fiction.htm

ClarkesWorld Magazine
http://www.clarkesworld.com
Clarkesworld Magazine pays 10c per word for science fiction, fantasy and horror. Firm word limit of 4000 words. They buy first world electronic rights, first print rights for the production of signed/numbered limited edition chapbooks and non-exclusive anthology rights.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.clarkesworld.com/magazine/submissions.html

Dark Tales
http://www.darktales.co.uk
Publishes “well written, entertaining science fiction, horror and dark fantasy stories with believable characters and page-turning plots.” Payment is UK £2.50 per 1,000 words, plus a complimentary copy of the magazine. Detailed submission guidelines, plus extracts from some of the stories, are available from the website.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.darktales.co.uk/submissions.htm

Deathlings
http://www.deathlings.com
** Only open to themed submissions -- see website for details.
Accepts Dark Fantasy/Horror/mainstream. Dark fiction with rich settings; avoid gratuitous gore, sex. No present tense, no entire pages without dialogue, no stories that take place entirely in the narrator's head.
“Deathlings.com wants dark fiction that does not rely on excessive gore (grossing us out instead of scaring us, or making us think,) gratuitous sex (note the word "gratuitous"--sexual scenes that are integral to the characters and/or plot are fine.) So what do we want exactly? Stories drenched in atmosphere where the setting plays an integral role. Stories that are character, not plot-driven. Any descriptions of the characters should be so vivid that we could pick one of your characters up at the airport if we had to. Please avoid stream-of-consciousness, all the action takes place in the narrator's head-type stories. Eyeball your paragraphs--if you have whole pages without dialogue, your story is not for us. No present tense. Surprise us -- we don't want to be able to guess what's going to happen after the first few pages.”
1,000 - 4000 words, pays 3 cents per word for First Worldwide Electronic Rights.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.deathlings.com/guide.html

(The) Edge
http://www.theedge.abelgratis.co.uk
“The sharpest magazine in the world.” Deals with horror, fantasy and science fiction. Publishes features, fiction, reviews and comment columns. “… urban themes, and/or could be described (by others) as modern and borderline gothic horror/fantasy/sf, slipstream, crime fiction or erotica; please don't send clichéd stories. Experimental work is welcome.”
Stories should be more than 2,000 words. Payment is up to £50 per 1,000 words. Detailed guidelines and sample stories are available on the website.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.theedge.abelgratis.co.uk/order.htm

Fantasy Magazine
http://www.darkfantasy.org/fantasy/
Fantasy Magazine is an online weekly magazine of all forms of fantasy fiction. High fantasy, contemporary and urban tales, surrealism, magical realism, science fantasy, and folktales can all be found in our pages.
Stories should be between 1,000-6,000 words. Payment is 3 cents per word.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.darkfantasy.org/fantasy/?page_id=2

Fantasy & Science Fiction Magazine
http://www.sfsite.com/fsf/index.htm
The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, founded in 1949, is the award-winning SF magazine which is the original publisher of SF classics like Stephen King's Dark Tower, Daniel Keyes's Flowers for Algernon, and Walter M. Miller's A Canticle for Leibowitz. We have no formula for fiction. We are looking for stories that will appeal to science fiction and fantasy readers. The SF element may be slight, but it should be present. We prefer character-oriented stories. We receive a lot of fantasy fiction, but never enough science fiction or humor. Do not query for fiction; send the entire manuscript. We publish fiction up to 25,000 words in length. Please read the magazine before submitting. A sample copy is available for $5 in the US and $7.50 elsewhere.
Payment is 6-9 cents per word on acceptance. We buy first North American and foreign serial rights and an option on anthology rights. All other rights are retained by the author.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.sfsite.com/fsf/glines.htm

Flesh and Blood
http://www.horrorseek.com/horror/fleshnblood/index.html
Seeking dark fantasy and horror with an emphasis on the fantastic, surreal, strange, offbeat, darkly fantastic, unnatural and bizarre. No reprints. We will not consider stories without at least one or more of these elements. Fiction that deals with serial killers, stereotypical plots (zombies, vampires, cats, etc), revenge, blatant gore, and sex will not be the proper match for F&B magazine. Contrary to the magazine's title, we'd rather steer clear of the "flesh" and "blood" in fiction and place a bigger emphasis on the subtle and strange.
Fiction: to 5000 words, pays 2 – 5 cents per word plus one contributor copy.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.horrorseek.com/horror/fleshnblood/otherinfo.html

Greatest Uncommon Denominator
http://www.gudmagazine.com
Our dictionary defines literatures thus: written works, esp. those valued for form and style. And that is what we are looking for – form and style, though be sure there’s substance as well. Any genre, including literary or mainstream, is acceptable. We don’t back away from a fight – if your work screws with convention, breaks rules, makes demands of the reader, then we’re equal to the challenge. Just please, by whatever you hold dear, give us some prize at the end of the fight.
Pays 3 cents per word – please read the submission guidelines in full before submitting
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.gudmagazine.com/subs/submit.php

Heliotrope
http://www.heliotropemag.com
Heliotrope Magazine is looking for exceptional fiction that does not exceed 5,000 words. We are most interested in Science Fiction, Fantasy, Mystery and Horror. If your story is somewhere in between or is something you can’t label – we are interested in that as well. We pay 10 cents a word for fiction. Payment will be made upon publication and in U.S. currency.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.heliotropemag.com/node/2

Ideomancer!

http://www.ideomancer.com
Closed to Submissions February, May, August and November
Ideomancer is a professional-looking online mag (web/pdf) searching for quality science fiction, fantasy, horror, slipstream and flash fiction. They are looking for stories that explore the edges of ideas, stories that subvert, refute and push the limits. They want unique pieces from authors willing to explore non-traditional narratives, take chances with tone, structure and execution and take risks. The stories we publish will also be honest - which means plausible and affecting. Up to 7000 words - Up to 500 for flash fiction.
Ideomancer may only consider reprints they have solicited. For everyone else, no reprints will be considered. Buys First Worldwide Electronic Rights and requires exclusive rights for three months.
Payment: 3 cents per word (US) up to a maximum of US$40.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.ideomancer.com/au/guidelines.htm

Intergalactic Medicine Show

http://www.intergalacticmedicineshow.com
Seeking Sci-fi, Fantasy and Horror. Science fiction includes hard sf, sf adventure, alternate history, near-future, far-future, psi, alien and any other kind of sf you can think of. Fantasy includes heroic fantasy (based on any culture’s mythology), fairy tales, contemporary fantasy, and Horror in the sense of supernatural suspense (not gory bloodfests, thanks).
Other: Submit online via form at website. Orson Scott Card contributes fiction to every issue.
Fiction: any length, pays 6/word US (maximum $500)
Buys exclusive rights in any language or any medium throughout the world for one year from date of first publication in the magazine, and nonexclusive electronic and/or online rights in any language in perpetuity.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.intergalacticmedicineshow.com/cgi-bin/mag.cgi?do=content&article=submissions
Interzone
http://ttapress.com/category/interzone/
Needs: Science Fiction and Fantasy intelligent, unusual, innovative. Avoid S&S , space opera, traditional ghost stories.
Other: Do not submit the same story to more than one TTA publication. Email submissions being accepted during certain reading periods -- see website for details. Will respond to overseas via email. Pays £30/1000 words on publication (3p UK per word).
Fiction: to 15,000 words.
Submission Guidelines:
http://ttapress.com/category/interzone/guidelines/

Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction
http://www.fsfmag.com
Needs: SF/F/DF, wants more SF, humor. "We are looking for stories that will appeal to science fiction and fantasy readers. The SF element may be slight, but it should be present in all submissions. We prefer character-oriented stories."
Fiction: to 25,000 words, pays 6-9/word on acceptance. We buy first North American and foreign serial rights and an option on anthology rights. All other rights are retained by the author.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.sfsite.com/fsf/glines.htm

Magazine of Speculative Poetry
http://www.sff.net/people/Roger-Dutcher/#mspgdln
Seeking SciFi/Fantasy/Horror poetry. “Speculative poetry may be described as the equivalent in poetry to speculative fiction, that interesting confluence of post modernism and science fiction in the late sixties and early seventies of Britain and America.” No epics, but all lengths, styles, forms. See website for detailed guidelines. Especially interested in Science Fiction poems.
Poetry: pays 3 per word ($5 minimum, $25 maximum) On Acceptance. No reprints. No prose, plays or art work.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.sff.net/people/Roger-Dutcher/#mspgdln

On Spec
http://www.onspec.ca
Wants science fiction, fantasy, dark fiction, horror, ghost stories, fairy stories, magic realism, any other speculative material. For poetry, editor likes blank verse, free verse, prose poems; non-rhyming poetry preferred; avoid antique language.
Other: Reading deadlines are February 28, May 31, August 31, and November 30, with decisions made about 12 weeks after deadline. Maintains 80% Canadian content to keep funding. Requires cover letter -- see guidelines for specific formatting requirements. Disposable mss preferred.
Fiction: to 6000 words, pays CDN$50-$180 based on length.
Poetry: 4-100 lines, pays CDN$20.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.onspec.ca/guidelines.php

On the Premises
http://www.onthepremises.com
Web-based magazine published every four months, filled with winning entrants to their contests. Seeking sci-fi, fantasy, horror fiction or any combination of all of them to 5,000 words in contest format. Stories can be deathly serious or hilariously funny or anything in between. Prize is $130.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.onthepremises.com/contests/guidelines.html

Neo-Opsis Science Fiction Magazine
http://www.neo-opsis.ca
Neo-opsis will consider material submitted by any writer, professional or amateur. It is our intention to not set down a lot of ground rules for these stories. We don’t want to miss a good story, because it doesn’t fit our rules, but we are more likely to publish stories that are less than 6000 words and fit a science fiction or fantasy theme. Other: E-subs okay, as attached DOC or RTF file (preferred) or in body of e-mail.
Fiction: to 6000 words, pays CDN 2½ cents per word (maximum CDN$125).
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.neo-opsis.ca/guidelines.htm

The Pedestal Magazine
http://www.thepedestalmagazine.com
This online venue is looking for fiction of all genres. They want intelligent, high-quality, character-driven stories. Genre fiction (such as science fiction, horror, mystery, fantasy and romance) is encouraged as long as it crosses or comments upon its genre and is both character-driven and psychologically acute. We are also interested in works that do not readily fall into one specific category.
Currently pays 5 cents per word for fiction up to 6,000 words.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.thepedestalmagazine.com/submit1.asp

Paradox
http://www.paradoxmag.com
The Magazine of Historical and Speculative Fiction (fantasy, science fiction, horror). Paradox publishes both historical fiction and science fiction/fantasy/horror with historical themes, as well as articles, news and reviews. While any well-written story stands a chance of being accepted, the following sorts of stories will be given preference: historical fiction and speculative fiction. Do not send any stories lacking some integral real-world historical, mythological, or historical-religious context. For speculative fiction, "primarily looking for Alternate History, Time Travel, Arthuriana, stories in which archaeology, history, literature, art, or music plays a prominent role, historical retellings with a fantasy or sci-fi twist, classical mythology settings, retellings of classic mythology from an alternate character's perspective, 'religious' fantasy/sci-fi, stories exploring evolution (human or otherwise), and any other forms of historical fantasy/sci-fi/horror you think might fit this overall theme.
Paradox pays 3 to 5 cents per word on publication for stories up to 15,000 words in length (2,000 to 9,000 words strongly preferred). Please read guidelines in full before submitting.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.paradoxmag.com/submissions.htm

Premonitions
http://www.pigasuspress.co.uk
Annual print magazine, Original, high-quality SciFi/fantasy. Horror must have a science fiction element and be psychological or scary, rather than simply gory. No supernatural fantasy-horror, or traditional swords 'n' sorcery quest sagas. We are interested in publishing highly imaginative prose on a wide variety of genre themes. Cutting-edge SF and experimental writing styles (cross-genre scenarios, slipstream, etc) are always welcome.
Pay £5 per 1000 word + contributor’s copy
Words 500-6000
Submission Guidelines:
http://freespace.virgin.net/pigasus.press/guidelines.html

Raven Electrick
http://www.ravenelectrick.com/
Open to all subgenres/themes within fantasy, sf, horror and mystery (including humor) up to 500 words. Raven's tastes are eclectic, with subgenres ranging from "cyberpunk" to "cozy" sleuth, sword and sorcery to hardboiled "noir," space opera to vampire yarn, and anything in between. Raven discriminates only on the basis of good writing. Payment is 5c per word with a $10 minimum and $25 maximum.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.ravenelectrick.com/writersguidelns/index.htm

Realms of Fantasy
http://www.rofmagazine.com
Realms of Fantasy is a bi-monthly magazine showcasing the best in fantastic short fiction. Always seeking good quality Fantasy, Dark Fantasy, Sword & Sorcery. "Heroic, contemporary, traditional, feminist, dark, light and unclassifiable fantasy." New settings, exotic mythologies. Avoid stories with a joke/pun as primary thrust; avoid cats and mysterious little shops.
Word count should be between no more than 8,000 words.
Payment: For stories under 7,500 words, rates begin at 5 cents per word for new writers and move upward as a writer gains recognition. For stories over 7,500 words, the rates break at 7,500 to 3 cents a word. Thus, a 10,000-word story by a newcomer would pay $400.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.rofmagazine.com/pages/guidelines

Shadowed Realms
http://www.shadowedrealms.com.au
An online zine of flash fiction looking for science fiction, fantasy, and horror stories under 1,000 words. Dark, psychological speculative fiction - including horror, dark/urban fantasy, supernatural/occult, slipstream, thrillers, and mysteries. We will also consider science fiction, fantasy, action, crime, and erotica, as long as it contains a speculative element and captures the essence of psychological darkness. Likes tales with twists. Pays 8 cents per word AU. Usually gives feedback on rejected subs. No reprints. See site for reading periods.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.shadowedrealms.com.au/guidelines/

Shroud Magazine
http://www.shroudmagazine.com
Shroud considers horror, dark mystery, dark fantasy and suspense short stories up to 5,000 words. Thriller and Suspense tales with a horror aspect are also welcome. Rates of two to five cents per word, plus one contributor copy. Payable within 30 days of publication. Up to 5,000 words; maximum payment of $250. All rights revert to the author upon publication.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.shroudmagazine.com/submissions

Strange Horizons
http://www.strangehorizons.com/
We want good speculative fiction. Your story should have a clear fantasy or science fiction element, or at least strong speculative-fiction sensibilities. We want stories that have some literary depth but aren't boring; styles that are unusual yet readable; structures that balance inventiveness with traditional narrative. We like characters we can care about. We like settings and cultures that we don't see all the time in speculative fiction. We strongly prefer stories under 5,000 words long.
We pay 5 cents per word, with a minimum payment of $50. We buy first-printing world exclusive rights for two months. After that period, you are free to republish the story elsewhere. Please read guidelines in full before submitting.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.strangehorizons.com/guidelines/fiction.shtml

Subterannean Magazine
http://www.subterraneanpress.com/
Seeking Science Fiction and fantasy. Buys first world serial rights. Pay rate is 5-7 cents (US)/word. Prefers up to 5,000 words for fiction, up to 3,000 words for non-fiction. Submit full fiction, query non-fiction. Electronic Submissions ONLY, plain text e-mail (NOT html, no attachments), to submissions@scalzi.com

Transmitter
http://www.illusiontv.com/fiction/fiction-submission.php
Transmitter is seeking speculative fiction stories of any style or theme. We are not a "hard science fiction" only publisher, so all writers of all sub-genres are encouraged to submit. We do not publish horror or fantasy unless a strong science fiction element is present. No fan-fiction please.Short Stories (500 words - 2500 words) and Micro-Fiction (under 500 words).
Pays 5 cents US per word with a minimum of $25
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.illusiontv.com/fiction/fiction-submission.php

Vestal Review
http://www.vestalreview.net
Quarterly ezine and limited edition print seeking flash fiction across most genres. Payment rates are:
- up to 100 words (excluding title) pays 10 cents per word.
- Between 101 – 200 words pays 5 cents per word
- Between 201 – 500 words pays 3 cents per word
Stories of great merit receive up to $25 flat fee. Minimum payment is 3 cents per word in any case. All contributors receive one free copy.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.vestalreview.net/html/guidelines.html

Weird Tales
http://www.weirdtalesmagazine.com
Needs: Fantasy/Dark Fantasy/Horror/SlipStream/Poetry in Weird Tales style. "The best in horrific horror, heroic fantasy, and exotic mood pieces, plus the occasional 'odd' story that won't fit anywhere else." Likes fantasy-world & S&S, but avoid genericism. "Your protagonists must at least try to cope, and must try to change something, even if the outcome is tragic." Cover letter optional, don't mention more than 2-3 prior sales. Weird Tales was recently sold to Wildside Press.
Fiction: to 10000 words (prefers <8000), pays 3-4 cents per word plus two contributor copies.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.darkfantasy.org/weirdtales/WeirdTalesGuidelines.pdf

Withersin Magazine
http://www.withersin.com
Tri-annual print magazine seeking original, polished fantasy, dark fiction and horror between 1,500 and 3,000 words. Pay between 2 - 5 cents per word, dependent on experience. No reprints, no simultaneous subs.
Submission Guidelines:
http://withersin.com/withersin_002.htm

Wrong World™ - The World of Unintended Consequences
http://www.wrongworld.com
Quarterly DVD collections. We are interested in stories that are original, scary short stories – science fiction, horror, fantasy, suspense, thriller, paranormal, supernatural – any genre as long as the story is on some level scary. Stories should be between 2,500 and 3,500 words in length. The Wrong World™ “experience” should last around 25 minutes.
Pay rate starts at 7.5 cents per word.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.wrongworld.com/shop/cart.php?target=story_submission&mode=read_agree#01

Zoetrope All-story
http://www.all-story.com
We consider unsolicited submissions of short stories and one-act plays no longer than 7,000 words. Simultaneous submissions are accepted, and first serial rights and a one-year film option are required. All fiction genres considered. Pay $1,200 US. No reprints
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.all-story.com/submissions.cgi






 













   
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