Vitality Magazine is currently open for submissions. Read more on our website.
We are looking for short stories, flash fiction, poetry, comics, and art all centering around queer people, but whose story is about something OTHER than their sexuality/gender. We are looking for works of all genres, all sexualities, and all genders. Right now we are preparing a short sample minizine of about 4-6 pieces that will best show off what Vitality is all about, to ramp up interest in the zine’s first issue. Anything submitted now will also be considered for the first issue, but that is a long way off, and we’re mostly concentrating on the minizine at this time. 
We pay a flat rate of between $10-$25 depending on the type of medium.
Submissions are due by Sept 25th for the minizine, but we are open for submissions all year round, to be sorted into issues as we go. 
To submit your piece, or read more specific guidelines, click here.

Vitality Magazine is currently open for submissionsRead more on our website.

We are looking for short stories, flash fiction, poetry, comics, and art all centering around queer people, but whose story is about something OTHER than their sexuality/gender. We are looking for works of all genres, all sexualities, and all genders. Right now we are preparing a short sample minizine of about 4-6 pieces that will best show off what Vitality is all about, to ramp up interest in the zine’s first issue. Anything submitted now will also be considered for the first issue, but that is a long way off, and we’re mostly concentrating on the minizine at this time. 

We pay a flat rate of between $10-$25 depending on the type of medium.

Submissions are due by Sept 25th for the minizine, but we are open for submissions all year round, to be sorted into issues as we go. 

To submit your piece, or read more specific guidelines, click here.

britticisms:

INLAND is currently looking for 1-2 interns to assist in the editorial and operations process for the Fall 2014 semester. 
MORE DETAILS:
Chicago-based candidates are ideal, but we can create a remote internship for the right candidate 
Must have superior copy editing and fact checking skills, an attention to detail, ridiculous work ethic and an eye for organization
Must be available for approximately 10 hours per week. Afternoons and evenings are preferred. 
If interested, please email the following to inlandmag [at] gmail.com:
a copy of your resume/CV
your top three magazines or websites and why
an explanation of your ultimate career goals. Don’t be afraid to show personality. The weirder the better.

britticisms:

INLAND is currently looking for 1-2 interns to assist in the editorial and operations process for the Fall 2014 semester. 

MORE DETAILS:

  • Chicago-based candidates are ideal, but we can create a remote internship for the right candidate 
  • Must have superior copy editing and fact checking skills, an attention to detail, ridiculous work ethic and an eye for organization
  • Must be available for approximately 10 hours per week. Afternoons and evenings are preferred. 

If interested, please email the following to inlandmag [at] gmail.com:

  • a copy of your resume/CV
  • your top three magazines or websites and why
  • an explanation of your ultimate career goals. Don’t be afraid to show personality. The weirder the better.

authorsofcolor:

Today, friends, is the final day to submit to Apogee Journal Issue Four. Have you been wondering whether to submit, but holding off slightly? Now’s the time to do it. Do it! You have until midnight EST, and we want to read your words (especially your fiction!).

Oregon Humanities Extends Deadline for Fall/Winter Issue - Pays up to $800

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Oregon Humanities magazine (est. 1971) has extended the submission deadline to September 29th for the Fall/Winter 2014 issue. This issue will feature stories, essays, narratives, and discussions on real-life scenarios classified under “quandary”—your interpretation of the word and the situation or event that best embodies this interpretation.

Examples may include: being trapped in a sticky situation that caused unpredictable chaos in your life; or the unexpected consequences of a catch-22 prank

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'Welcome to the Future' Anthology Needs Futuristic Fiction Stories - Pays $100/story

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Christina Escamilla Publishing is accepting submissions for a forthcoming anthology called Welcome to the Future—a collection of futuristic-themed stories where innovation and technology (like talking computers, flying cars, bionic body parts, etc.) enhance life or now mindlessly control much of society and how humans think. Stories can be emotionally joyful and amusing or dismal, gloomy, and hopeless.

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SIXPENNY magazine Reviewing Fiction Stories for the Inaugural Issue - Pays $100/story

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Digital literary journal SIXPENNY has opened its reading period to accept illustrated stories of literary fiction for its inaugural issue. Co-editors Elizabeth Leonard and Kate Thomas welcome short stories of approx. 1000 words, which translate into a six-minute read per story. Each issue will contain six stories, divided between three emerging and three professional writers.

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