Since I didn't post any links last week, I promised to post double this week. So without further ado...links!
As always, bear in mind that I am not endorsing any of these. I am simply passing along information I've come across. Be sure to do your due diligence in researching publications before you submit to them.
Darkhouse Books is putting together a Sci-Fi anthology, The World of Tomorrow. These should be stories that take place in the future as envisioned in the world's fair. Deadline February 14. 2500-7500 words. Will pay in royalties.
Constable Robinson is seeking submissions for The Mammoth Book of Professor Moriarty Adventures. 4000-7500 words. Deadline February 15. Pays $215.
Solarwyrm Press is seeking submissions for Marked by Scorn, an anthology of non-traditional relationships. 1000-8000 words. Fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. Deadline February 15. Pay is 1/2 cent per word. They're also seeking poems or stories for Clockwise: The Afternoon Storms. Deadline February 28.
Helen Literary Magazine is open for submissions in the theme of Music. Short fiction, flash fiction, creative non-fiction, poems and art. 500 to 5000 words, depending upon type of submissions. Pay varies from $2 to $10, depending. Deadline for this theme is February 28.
Emby Press is seeking submissions for Monster Hunter: Revolver. These should be stories of a monster hunter being hunted by the monster. 2000-8000 words. Deadline February 1. Pays $25 and an e-copy.
Vine Leaves Literary Journal is open for submissions through February 28. Vignettes up to 800 words. Poetry and artwork/photography. Pays $5 per acceptance.
Wolf Willow Journal is open to submissions for their spring issue, themed Rebirth, through February 28. Poetry, fiction, nonfiction, visual arts. Fiction is up to 7000 words. Pays $10-20, depending upon type of submission.
SpeckLit is looking for your speculative fiction drabbles. Up to 100 words. Current deadline February 28. Pays $.05/word for fiction, but nothing for nonfiction (though accept nonfiction drabbles.)
Crushing Hearts and Black Butterfly Publishing is taking submissions for Lurking in the Deep, an anthology of fears and creatures having to do with water. 2000-10,000 words. Deadline February 28.
Parsec Ink is open for submissions to Lost Voices, an anthology of speculative fiction. Up to 6000 words. Deadline February 28. Pays $.02/word.
Crossed Genres Magazine's next theme is Success. Deadline February 28. 1000-6000 words. Science fiction and/or fantasy. Pays $.06/word.
Breaking Fate Publishing is open for anthology submissions for Deadhead Miles. Roadtrip horror. 1000-15,000 words. Deadline February 28. Pays in contributor copies. They are still taking submissions for their zombie anthology until January 31.
Horrified Press is taking submissions for The Fall of Cthulhu (February 28), The King of the Living Dead (February 16), The Ripple Effect (February 28), Supernatural (February 25), Ice (February 25), and a bunch more. Most are 3000-5000 words. Pays in royalties.
Lunch Ticket is hosting the Diana Woods Memorial Award in Creative Nonfiction. Essays up to 5000 words on the subject of your choice. Winners will get $250 and publication. Deadline February 28.
Witty Bard Publishing is holding their Action/Suspense Short Story Contest. Up to 7500 words. Deadline February 28. Pays royalties and publication.
Thought Catalog put out 21 Harsh But Eye-Opening Writing Tips From Great Authors.
Mental Floss put out 19 Rare Recordings of Famous Authors.
The Revolving Book put out Five Things Every Good Romance Novel Should Have.
Alright, that's not quite double the usual, but it's good enough for now.
Any of these of interest to you? Anything to share? Publishing news?
May you find your Muse.