Since I didn't have time last week to add the usual onto my IWSG post, I'm doing it this week.
First, my submission stats for January. They're awful, BUT that's because I'm busy working on Happy Ghoulidays II, so I don't even feel bad about it. HGII releases March 17!! (I'm looking for folks interested in helping spread the word about HGII in March. You can sign up here. Thank you!)
12 currently on submission
So. many. needing. submission.
Okay, now for publications taking submissions with deadlines in March. Bear in mind I'm not endorsing these, merely passing them along. Always do your own due diligence before submitting.
Hexagon Magazine is seeking speculative fiction short stories. Up to 10,000 words. Pays $.01/word. Deadline March 7. (Note they are only open for submissions from the 1st to the 7th.)
Solarpunk Magazine is seeking stories by BIPOC authors only for a special themed issue. 1500 to 7500 words. Pays $.08/word. Deadline March 14. (Note they are only open for submissions from the 1st to the 14th.)
Eye to the Telescope is seeking speculative poetry with the theme of Fungi. 1-3 poems. Pays $.04/word. Deadline March 15.
EvOke is seeking speculative fiction stories with the theme Gods and Goddesses of Witchcraft. Pays $5. Deadline March 15.
Nunum is seeking flash fiction. Up to 500 words. Pays $20CAD. Deadline March 15.
The Ex-Puritan is seeking a variety of works, including short fiction, poetry, and essays. Pay is between $35 and $200, depending upon type of submission. Deadline March 25, but deadlines roll, so they are continuously open for submissions. Deadline merely determines which issue you're being considered for.
Dragon Soul Press is seeking stories featuring East Asian warriors for the anthology Honor. 3000 to 20,000 words. Pays in royalties. Deadline March 25.
Munster Literature Center is seeking short fiction for Southword. Up to 5000 words. Pays 250 euros. Deadline March 31.
Cohesion Press is seeking military horror short stories for Snafu: Punk'd. 2000 to 7500 words. Pays $.05AUD/word. Deadline March 31.
The Woodward Review is seeking poetry and prose. Up to 5000 words. Pays $50. Deadline March 31.
Be sure to stop by on February 22 when L. Diane Wolfe stops by!
Have you been submitting? How's it going? Any of these of interest?
May you find your Muse.
You can only do so much at one time, so it's okay that you didn't submit much. If the form was up last week, I signed up to shout out about your book in my follower news.
As one who is constantly juggling book projects, I know it's tough.
I can help. Can't remember if I signed up or not.
I'll help spread the word!
Did I sign up to help? I signed up to help someone recently and I can't remember if it was your or someone else. I also think I picked a date that's the same as a release I'm doing. LOL I should write this stuff down.
Natalie, you did sign up, thanks! And, yes, there's only so much time. I went ahead and set all submissions aside until my book launch.
Diane, you did, thanks!
Alex, thank you!
Patricia, you did, and I've had that same thought before! I sign up to help, then promptly forget until I get the email WHEN I signed up to help.
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