Clarkesworld Magazine – pays $.10/word; 1,000-8,000 words; details HERE:
up to 5,000 words; pays $.05/word; accepts short fiction and poetry; details HERE:
DailyScienceFiction.com pays $.08/word for stories 100 to 10,000 words; sci fi and fantasy; details HERE:
Pays $450-$600 for stories 7,500-10K words; also buys shorter and longer works, and articles; details HERE:
Lightspeed is seeking science fiction and fantasy; 1,500-7,500 words; pays $.05/word; details HERE:
stories should be 2,000-8,000 words; pays $20-$60 per 1,000 words; details HERE:
Submission for Passion for Weird Tales will open on June 2nd and remain open until we’ve chosen 10 stories.
You may submit before June 2nd but keep in mind your story will be held for review until then. You may submit a fiction or nonfiction weird tale to us. While most weird tales lean toward horror, we are open to all genres and are particularly interested in upbeat weird tales. While there are no set limits to the content, keep in mind that our goal is to create a book, not only for fans of strange fiction, but to draw in new readers. In other words, this probably isn’t the place for gore or torture stories. Traditional monsters are welcome, but remember vampires and werewolves in themselves are not weird enough. To give in you a better idea of what we want, consider Tomorrow’s Child by Ray Bradbury.
We’ll place stories we like under consideration and well let you know right away. If and only if you are notified that your story is under consideration, you must contribute an essay. In general the essay could include information about your love of strange fiction, writers you admire and or what inspired the story you wrote. The essay will be a factor in our final decision.
DO NOT send us an essay unless we request one. Send submissions to geckopublishing(@)gmail (dot) com. We request that you the combined total of essay and short story be roughly 5000 words but we’ll make exceptions for outstanding writing. Pay is 1/4 per word.