Thursday, January 6, 2011


Storyglossia has opened to submissions for issue #42

Science Fiction Trails is an annual print magazine and they have opened to subs for issue #7. They're looking for Western stories of 1000 to 7000 words set in the West of 1850 to 1900 with sci-fi content. The pay is $20. You can find all the details at

L&L Dreamspell is publishing ebook anthologies. The pay per book is 50% of net royalties. They have four open now, one a Steampunk, a Canine Themed call, an erotic call with "Wild Woman" as the theme and Paranormal and Ghost Stories. They also have six more to open soon. You can find all the details at

Fiction Attic Press is a literary press that publishes novellas and story collections along with novels. They pay a $500 advance against royalties.

And Naked Snake Press has an open call for dark fiction novels up to 120,000 words. They offer an unspecified advance against royalties. One of their favorite authors is Joe Lansdale, so that will give you an idea of what they're looking for. The call is open until March 31, 2011. You can find all the details at


Jacqueline Seewald said...

Very helpful posting. I can't speak about the others but I've had five short stories published in
L&L Dreamspell anthologies so far and found them wonderful to work with. I'll be in six of their print anthologies total as of now.
The short story collections are all quality, well-presented and well-edited.

Jacqueline Seewald
STACY'S SONG--a YA coming of age novel from L&L Dreamspell

sandra seamans said...

Welcome to the Corner, Jacqueline! It's always nice to hear from writers about their experiences with publishers. Thanks for the info!