The Big Click is looking for short crime fiction. Pays $100 per story. Open submissions.
Collidor is open for submissions of short speculative fiction. 2000-18,000 words. Also accepting non-fiction and art. Pays $.25/word for the first 5000 words, with amounts varying after that.
The Act Itself is looking for erotic literature. 8000 words or less. Pays $.03/word.
Freeze Frame Fiction is seeking flash fiction of any genre. They also have a themed edition with the theme YA. 1000 words or less. Deadline for the open edition is March 15. Deadline for YA edition is June 15. Pays $10 flat rate. Personal note: They give personal feedback from each editor on rejections (or they used to).
Neon Literary Magazine is open for short stories, poetry, and flash fiction. The topic is open, but the editor tends toward the dark and speculative. They will also take images, comics, and graphic poems. Pays in royalties.
Update: Wicked Words Quarterly has shut down. Thank you, Christine!
Tryptich Tales is looking for mainstream, science fiction, and fantasy. 2000-6000 words. Pays $100 per story.
Prose n' Cons wants short stories, flash fiction, non-fiction on forensic/investigative techniques, features on mystery fiction and crime, etc. Flash if up to 1000 words, short stories up to 3000 words. Pays between $5 and $40 depending on submission type.
Alex J. Cavanaugh is seeking support in his Thunderclap for Dragon of the Stars, scheduled to go out April 7. If you sign up, Thunderclap will automatically send out a Facebook status or Tweet at the pre-determined time with information on Alex's book release. It's super easy to do, and only goes out when it says it will.
Toi Thomas ,author of the Eternal Curse series, is looking to do video interviews with authors and book bloggers. As in, she wants to interview you! You can find more information on this, as well as other promotional services she's willing to provide on her blog, HERE. You can contact her via her contact page.
Any of these of interest to you? Anything to share? Have you tried out a Thunderclap yet, or been part of one? What did you think? Any publication news?
May you find your Muse.