Posting Date: November 17, 2022
Contact: Charlotte Alexander (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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They consider fiction and creative non-fiction (up to 4000 words); flash fiction (up to 1000 words); poetry (up to 3 pages); visual art (1 piece). Pays €200 for a short story or CNF piece, €100 for a poem or piece of flash, and €100 for visual art, as well as a copy of the magazine for each contributor.
Reading Fee: $5
For online publication only at epiphanyzine.com. They are “looking to publish devastating short fiction, a thousand words or less in any category or genre, that can be read in one giant gulp.” Want pieces 1000 words or fewer. Pays $25 for flash fiction they publish online.
The home of “bold, experimental literary science fiction and fantasy. We want stories that make us think about our place in the universe and our relationships with each other. We want stories that blur the line between “genre” fiction and literary fiction. We want stories that reach toward the stars while never forgetting the people on the ground. And we want it all in under 1200 words. It’s a difficult challenge, but we have faith in you, fellow cosmonauts. Pays 8 cents USD per word.
The Cafe Irreal is a quarterly “webzine that presents a kind of fantastic fiction infrequently published in English. This fiction, which we would describe as irreal, resembles the work of writers such as Franz Kafka, Kobo Abe, Clarice Lispector and Jorge Luis Borges.” No minimum in length but the maximum is 2,000 words. Pays an honorarium of one cent U.S. per word ($2 minimum) to buy first-time internet rights (the story will then be archived).