Reading period varies, see the site.
Length 500-1,000 words
$60 per story
Looking for the unusual, full story in short format.
Suzanne W. Vincent, editor-in-chief, firstname.lastname@example.org
All styles and genres of writing, and publishing both new and established writers. There are no submission guidelines. Check the website for more information. They like long works that can be serialized, poetry, short stories, and essays—anything that makes words shine.
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One first-place winner will receive $500, an opportunity to read at the 2017 Writer’s Block Festival in Louisville, Kentucky on October 21, and publication in The Louisville Review, the literary magazine of Spalding University’s nationally distinguished low-residency MFA in writing program. Please submit an original piece of creative nonfiction, such as personal or lyric essay, personal narrative, memoir, or any other form that involves a creative treatment of a nonfiction subject. Entries must be 4,000 words or less.
$12 ENTRY FEE. Deadline August 15, 2017.
$5,000 Grand Prize. Each entry receives a brief assessment by a Publishers Weekly Reviewer.
The BookLife Prize is an annual writing contest sponsored by BookLife and Publishers Weekly. The prize seeks to support independent authors and discover great books in seven categories: Romance/Erotica; Mystery/Thriller; Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror; General Fiction; Memoir/Autobiography; YA Fiction; and Middle-Grade Fiction. The prize is judged by PW reviewers, editors, acclaimed authors, and publishing veterans, and awards are given to finalists in each category, with a grand prize going to the most outstanding finalist.
The grand prize winner of the BookLife Prize in Fiction will receive $5,000 as well as an author profile in Publishers Weekly.
All finalists will receive a blurb from a best-selling/award-winning author or professional editor serving as a guest judge for the contest, as well as mention in Publishers Weekly.
All entrants will receive a critic’s report, which includes a score as well as a brief written critical assessment of their novel by a Publishers Weekly reviewer.
There is a $99 non-refundable entry fee.
For all the details, go here: https://booklife.com/about-us/the-booklife-prize.html
This is a magazine of fantasy novellas. They like stories in well-researched historical settings, with an interaction between magic and science, Napoleonic Era, faeries, dragons, and stories not set in Europe. They are particularly looking for urban fantasy. They welcome diversity in the stories’ viewpoints, and in their authors.
Deadline: August 25, 2017
Word count: 15,000-40,000
Pay: $100 and royalties
Fantasia Divinity Magazine and Publishing: Autumn’s Harvest
They want fantasy and dark fantasy settings focusing on an autumn theme for this autumn fantasy anthology. They want the focus to be on the nature of autumn and magic/fantasy elements inspired by it; they will also consider modern/futuristic stories.
Deadline: August 25, 2017
Word count: 500-10,500
Pay: $5-$15; maximum $10 for reprints
Details (scroll down to the middle of the page) http://fantasiadivinitymagazine.myfreesites.net/anthology-submission-calls
Indie Shelves Publishing: Fantasy and Horror Anthologies
Submissions are open for two anthologies: fantasy and horror. Adult themes are allowed, but submissions relying too heavily on these will not be accepted.
Deadlines: August 31 for Fantasy, September 30 for Horror
Word count: 7,500-10,000 for each anthology