Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Ann Gimpel's Psyche's Promise

Book three in her urban fantasy trilogy, Ann Gimpel's Psyche's Promise is now available!

Also available from http://www.gypsyshadow.com/
Print version coming very soon.

Aurora Wolf

Aurora Wolf has room for a few more great stories in its upcoming fall anthology. http://aurorawolf.com/guidelines/

I have a soft spot for this magazine, as they've accepted one of my stories, as well as one of an excellent writer-client: Ann Gimpel!

Monday, August 20, 2012


Interzone is always open to SF story submissions, though they do request hard copy submissions only. But check out their site, and while you're there, if you're interested, get a free downloadable copy of Theaker's Quarterly Fiction (http://ttapress.com/1368/todays-free-stuff--theakers-quarterly-fiction-41/0/4/)



Maybe darker spec-fic, horror and noir are your thing? Check out LampLight, who are accepting submissions for their magazine's winter release: http://lamplightmagazine.com/submissions/

Insatiable - the Magazine of Paranormal Desires

Insatiable - the Magazine of Paranormal Desires is set to debut in October. They are accepting all manner of supernatural, paranormal, weirdness, oddities, and whatnot so long as there is a romantic plot element. Time period is not a sticking point.  Modern, period, complete fantasy/alternate reality all will be looked at.  They want imaginative, well-written stories that are crafted with care. Porn without plot won't be accepted. Sex is good and natural and fun but it must move the plot forward.

Also, they like humor.  Just because there’s love involved doesn’t mean it can’t be funny.

Check out more information regarding what they're looking for and submission guidelines here:


Monday, August 13, 2012

The Journal of Unlikely Architecture

The Journal of Unlikely Entomology is posting a call for submissions for a one-off issue: The Journal of Unlikely Architecture. Where JoUE is a zine dedicated to stories about bugs, JoUA will feature tales in which something pertaining to buildings is integral or significant. The building element can be literal or metaphorical, hallucinatory or behavioral or metaphysical, or any combination thereof. Your story may focus on a single building, or a city, but the constructed environment must be crucial to the narrative.

Word count: Up to 8000 words, though we prefer if they're under 5000.
Pay: $.01/word up to 5000 words, paid upon publication.
Submissions open today and stay open until the issue is filled.