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Who They Are: Traditional Publisher of fantasy, horror, and science fiction.
What They’re Looking For: 5,000-15,000-word stories must include elements of sci-fi. Whether discovering aliens, space travel, or terraforming new planets are involved, the options are endless.
Deadline: March 31.
The Imagine 2200 Climate Fiction Contest
Who They Are: All 12 final stories will be published in a digital collection on Fix’s website, and the authors will be celebrated in a public-facing virtual event.
What they’re looking for: Short stories that envision the next 180 years of equitable climate progress.
What They Pay: $8,700 in prizes, and publication
Deadline: April 15
Who They Are: Southword: New International Writing is a print literary journal published every spring and autumn by The Munster Literature Centre. :
What They’re Looking For: Short stories, micro-fiction, poetry, memoir and creative non-fiction, artwork, essays and literary criticism.
What They Pay: €250 per short story
Deadline: March 31.
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