Updated
Professional Markets
    • Analog Magazine is that grand old quintessential science fiction magazine that has been continuously published longer than any other. Originally titled Astounding Stories of Super-Science it has been the original home for many of the masterpieces in science fiction including Dune, Dragonriders of Pern and much more. If you have a hard science fiction story to sell this is one of the first places to look.
    • Archeology Magazine is as much a resource as a potential market. If your interest is archeology there are also resources online that should prove helpful.
    • Artemis Magazine is a magazine of science fact and fiction.
    • Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine is one of the classic and most well known markets for science fiction and fantasy with a long standing tradition of editorials by the good Doctor while he was still with us. It also has a long history of some very fine editors at its helm.
    • Baen Books Homepage is where to find all about this publisher of such science fiction notables as S.M.Stirling and James P. Hogan.
    • ByLine is a fiction, poetry and non fiction market that describes itself as being 'on Writer's Digests list of Top 50 fiction markets, is published 11 times per year, sponsors monthly contests and annual poetry chapbook competition & Literary Awards in poetry & fiction.'
    • DARK MATTER Coeditors Sheree R. Thomas and Martin Simmons are seeking original short fiction for the forthcoming collection, DARK MATTER: ANTHOLOGY OF SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY, & SPECULATIVE FICTION BY BLACK WRITERS. Featuring the works of established, emerging, and new writers, this landmark anthology will be published in hardcover by Warner Aspect, Spring 2000. The deadline for submissions is April 30, 1999. For complete guidelines, please send E-mail to: esmarth@banet.net or address queries to: Sheree R. Thomas, Editor, Attn: DARK MATTER, 765 Amsterdam Avenue #3C New York, NY 10025-5707.
    • Daw Books is, as they note, the first publishing company that devoted itself exclusively to science fiction and fantasy. They also note on their main page the interest in discovering and nurturing new talent. Which makes this a definite site to look at.
    • The Del Rey Homepage has a wealth of information about forthcoming books as well as guidelines for unsolicited submissions.
    • Fantasy and Science Fiction is a magazine with a long history in the science fiction genre that continues to be exemplary place to be published.
    • Freelancers Online is a web based networking site for job listings, some of which include writing and editing opportunities.
    • Happy Time Monthly is a Florida based newspaper with a focus on stories that bring a positive view to life. They are looking for stories that are written from the heart. Payment is in copies and a pen. However, they have a monthly circulation of 100,000, which gives a large exposure and lands them in the Professional Markets category for distribution if not compensation for the writer.
    • Historic Traveler is interested in stories that relate strongly with history and travel. They are a professional magazine with a strong emphasis on striking photography and strong stories.
    • Ladybug Press is a 'woman-owned business in the service of women' Check out their writer guidelines for details on the kinds of books they are interested in and contact information for further details.
    • Outside: a Magazine of Speculative and Dark Fiction is a for pay ezine that is an extension of Clocktower Fiction. They are also listed under Electronic publication, but also fulfill the requirements of a full professional market as well.
    • Open Spaces Quarterly is 'which gives voice to the Northwest on issues that are regional, national and international in scope' The look is quite professional and the content diverse. Check out their submission guidelines for details on what they are looking.
    • Picasso Publications Inc. is a publishing House/Literary agency that describes themselves as 'Where your words are a work of art. Seeking new authors from around the world.'
    • Playboy is a longstanding highly paid market for fiction albeit it is a adult market. Check out their fiction guidelines. In the fiction category they indicate that the usual payment is $5,000, do not accept electronic submissions and that they publish around 20 stories a year.
    • Poets & Writers Magazine is the web version of the bi-monthly magazine with a circulation of 58,000.
    • PublishAmerica is a publication on demand site that provides an online market and availability via Amazon and others, while leaving ownership of the works in the hands of the writers and providing royalties that start at 8 percent of the selling price and move up from there depending on the number of copies sold.
    • Readers Digest Online is the web presence for this American tradition in popular print with a circulation of 150,000 per month.
    • Scientific American is not necessarily a market, but its web site and its magazine are definitely a resource for anyone attempting to do either science fiction or science based articles or fiction.
    • Script Magazine is 'script magazine is a bimonthly publication that examines the film industry through the eyes of the screenwriter. ' Their market is the professional screen writer and they pay at this review between .05 and .08 per word depending on a variety of issues. Check their web site out for details and contact information.
    • Smithsonian Magazine prefers advance 250 to 300 word proposals, but is another interesting potential market. Take a look at their website and enjoy this perennial of investigative history and geography.
    • Tor Science Fiction and Fantasy Homepage
    • tvwriters.com is an extensive site with interesting information about screen writing and the possibility of getting your script produced. The author of the site is accepting scripts from his site for a production due out. If nothing else, check the site out for its many resources.
    • In addition to being a market resource both in paper and on the internet, Writers Digest is also hosting a number of writing competitions with sizable rewards. Check them out.
    • Writers of the Future is probably the most lucrative market for unpublished science fiction writers around. In addition to being paid for publication, you'll also get a trip to the award ceremonies and a writers workshop.

Semi-Pro & Small Press

    • Altair is an Australian small press market that as of their second issue paid 3 c. per word. They specialize in speculative fiction and hope to pay more for fiction in future issues.
    • Any Dream Will Do describes itself and its needs as follows: 'The Any Dream Will Do Review is a 50- to 70-page biannual literary magazine published by Any Dream Will Do, Inc., a not-for-profit organization. The review welcomes original short stories, essays on intimate, personal (not political) topics, and humorous articles
      which are written by, for, or about persons who have been diagnosed with mental illness.' They ask they you do not submit poetry. Check out their web site for details about submissions.
    • Apex Science Fiction & Horror Digest describes itself as being " An elite repository for new and seasoned authors with an other-worldly interest in the unquestioned and slightly bizarre parts of the universe. We specialize in dark sci-fi short fiction, book reviews, and genre interviews. "
    • Blueblood is, in their own words, 'The Trade Mag Of Cool Explicit Gothic Vampiric Fun'. Their production values are high and the numbers are in the mid 30,000 circulation. Poppy Z. Brite and other reknowned writers have published here. However, they pay at small press prices and a definite warning needs to be made that this is adult content and is not appropriate for those under 18.
    • Challenging Destiny is a small press science fiction and fantasy quarterlyl magazine that pays 1 c. per word Canadian.
    • Deadbolt Magazine is a small press magazine with a taste for the darker side. Payment at this review was 1/4 cents per word and a complimentary copy.
    • The Edge Magazine is interested in tales of suspence. Check their submission guidelines and submissions openings. for details. Payment is in copies. The Edge is a Thievin's Kitty Productions magazine.
    • hoodwrittenspub.com describe themselves as follows: "Hello my name is Ausha Rogers, publisher and owner of Hood Writtens Publishing. We are a new independent publisher located in Jacksonville Fl. and we specialize in urban/street fiction lititure. Our debut author Bobby Dennis jr. is quoted as a "reputable writer" by small and large reviewers. His first novel from the "Kane Family Saga Series" is titled "Bloodline of a Kane". " No details are as yet available on terms for publication. If this is your genre, check it and see if it is a possible outlet.
    • Maledicta: The International Journal of Verbal Aggression carries with it strong warnings about being uncensored and utterly politically incorrect. From brief checks of links on their web pages this is certainly true. They are assured to offend someone. Still, if this appeals to you, membership to the society is free and gives the right to submit materials that might be included in their bi-annual 160 page publication.
    • Medusa's Hairdo is a zine concentrating on modern mythology which they describe in their guidelines as follows 'Modern mythology is the mythology of our generation- a description of our time as you perceive it, not a retelling of classical mythology.'
    • Myrth is a magazine whose premier issue is projected for February, 1999. They are interested in all genres so long as their is an emphasis on humor. There is also a contest being run in association with their first issue. Check their web page for details.
    • Netsurfer Science is an ezine and a mailing list from the folks who publish Netsurfer Digest. It is looking for writers with "reliable capability to deliver five to ten witty science-related digest articles per week." They pay an unspecified amount. To apply: Send a plain ASCII/text resume, two sample science articles, and "a Yes/No vote on whether the Universe has enough matter to be open or closed" to scieditor@netsurf.com.
    • Night Terrors is a print magazine with an emphasis on psychological and supernatural horror in both fiction and art. An electronic version is also available either via disk or email attachment. Check their web page for details.
    • Raven Chronicles is a journal art, literature and the spoken word with an emphasis on works that reflect the cultural diversity of the Pacific Northwest and other areas of America. Payment ranges generally from $10-40, but check out their submission guidelines for more details.
    • Skysong Press is a Christian oriented Science Fiction market.
    • Spectacle, a thematic semiannual journal, seeks insightful and literate essays and fiction for upcoming issues devoted to news media and conspiracy culture. Payment in cash and copies. For detailed guidelines please send SASE to: SPECTACLE, 101 Middlesex Turnpike, Suite 6-155, Burlington, MA 01803 or e-mail: pachanga@concentric.net They do not have a web presence at this time.
    • StoryCrafting: The Fiction Writers Magazine is seeking articles and interviews. At the time of this links they paid $35-50 for articles and $25-$35 for interviews. Check their web site for further details and latest needs.
    • Specked Tator is a magazine looking for looking for top quality fiction and poetry from new writers in any genre. Writers can contact Specked Tator via mailto:SpeckedTator@Rkymtnhi.com or submit work via snail mail to Mike Bateman c/o Specked Tator, P.O. Box 1131, Granby, CO 80446.
    • S.R.Thomas is seeking writers. In their own words: 'We are seeking original, short stories in the science fiction, fantasy, and speculative fiction genre from writers of African descent. We are not accepting novellas. The deadline for all submissions is December 31, 1998.' Queries can be sent via E-mail to mailto:esmarth@banet.net. Submissions with an SASE may be mailed to: S.R. Thomas, Editor Attn: anthology 765 Amsterdam Avenue #3C New York, NY 10025
    • Talebones is a local northwest small press magazine based in Seattle that concentrates on science fiction and fantasy with a dark edge to it.
    • Tales of the Tai Pan is published three times a year and falls into the category of a fanzine centered around a shared universe with anthopomorphic art and fiction. Check out their web site for details.
    • The Urbanite features horror, surrealism and contemporary dark fantasy. Check their website for addresses and submission queries.
    • Vampire Dan's Story Emporium is just as you might expect, a small press market with an emphasis on science fiction, fantasy and horror. They pay 1/4 cent per word for fiction and $2.00 for poems.

Electronic Publications and/or Markets
(Paying and non-paying)

    • Alternate Realities Webzine is a Speculative Fiction (Sci Fi, Fantasy and Horror) E-zine for both readers and authors. They publish bi-monthly on the web and at last reports was a paying market.
    • Anamnesis Press is not strictly an ezine but a variety of electronic publishing endeavors, including on disk or on the web. They have an emphasis on poetry and non fiction and an annual poetry competition.
    • Anotherealm is an ezine whose specialty is short (5,000 words and under) speculative fiction, including science fiction, fantasy and horror. They pay $5 per story, upon acceptance.
    • Aphelion Webzine is a science fiction and fantasy ezine that is non paying, but gives another option for getting a home for a manuscript and now has a new domain and a new look that may mean that their editorial policy is evolving, check their submission guidelines for details.
    • Art Journal: Daily Digest of the Arts is an ambitious ezine that endeavors to be a daily digest of arts and cultural journalism. The editor of Art Journal is Douglas McLennan, formerly an arts columnist and arts reporter with the Seattle Post-Intelligencer and the Seattle Weekly. Well worth a look and a possible time saver for those looking to get a quick look at what is going on.
    • At The Fence is the virtual version of that old village cliche of neighbors talking across the fence. This is an ezine whose focus is relationships and parenting. They pay $10. Check their Writers Guidelines for details. They note in their guidelines that this 'is a Christian publication, and although material submitted does not have to be religious in nature, it should not conflict with Christian beliefs and teachings.'
    • Awe Struck E-Books is an online bookstore of electronic publications for sale. They are seeking manuscripts with topics including romance (all types), soft sci fi and other fiction, especially with an emphasis on characters with disabilities. Royalties according to their Author Submission Guidelines are an adjusted commission of 40%. Check their web site for details.
    • Bear Mountain is a site devoted to all aspects of New Mexico including art, food and people.
    • Civil War Interactive is an electronic forum for Civil War stories and also currently has a content running for unpublished writers in the historical civil war genre.
    • Colorado Mountain High Publishing Company is actively pursuing western genre writers and any subgenre. They propose a join venture in marketing your works in CD-ROM or diskette format. Check their web site for details.
    • Crescent Blues is a science fiction and media based ezine with an emphasis on news and reviews.
    • Constant-Content.com - Sell Your Articles and Tutorials - This site describes itself as 'A place where you can sell your articles, text files, reviews, tutorials. All subject and all types on content and best of all its free to join and sell.'
    • Darkelf.org: Tales of the Drow is a zine devoted to the fiction and speculations about the legendary dark skinned elves or drow. They have restrictions on what they will publish (No fan fiction). Read their guidelines for more details or contact them via email
    • Dark Planet is a 'Webzine of Science Fiction, Modern Fantasy, Poetry, and Related Nonfiction' Check the web page for writers guidelines and when and whether submissions are being accepted at this time.
    • Dia De Los Muertos is an ezine with an emphasis on the darker side of humanity. Check their web site for details on submissions.
    • The Discovery Channel Online is the internet side of the television channel. It is an excellent site to visit for its own sake. It pays $1 per word and submissions queries should be directed to Discovery Communications, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Bethesday Maryland 20814-3578.
    • Dragon Soup is a webzine of short fantasy, science fiction and fantasy. It has an attractive lay out and resources for writers as well.
    • Dreadful Dreams is a site devoted to horror, suspense and thriller fiction. Check their web site for details for details if you might want to post to this site under these categories in manuscript sizes up to 30,000 words.
    • Dream Forge e-Mega-Weba-Zine was among the top ten Best of the Web Magazines for 1996.
    • Eggplant Productions is an alternate publishing house with several projects in the works including Jackhammer Ezine Dark Matter. Check out the details on their web site.
    • Enterzone is a unique Ezine of creativity and fiction that is well worth a visit.
    • EOTU Ezine - Fiction, art and poetry of all genres, including experimental, speculative, fantasy, science fiction and horror. EOTU was a paper zine in the 80's - early 90's, and now is on-line!
    • The English Server or eserver.org is an extensive site of collected offerings in the arts and humanities. They have over 20,000 items at present and include audio and video, as well as mailing lists and more. Well worth a look. But be prepared to stay a while.
    • evilplots.com is 'A weekly site by author/writer/columnist Gabriel Bell. evilplots.com offers weekly articles/opinions/editorials on a wide variety of topics of Atlanta writer Gabriel Bell and his cast of creative contributors. '
    • Event Horizon: SF, Fantasy and Horror, featuring stories, chats, and events with the world's top SF/F/H writers. Event Horizon is produced by the team that created OMNI Internet. However, they are announcing that they are going on indefinite hiatus starting in December 1999 while they seek new investors or a buyer to allow for continuation.
    • The Fiction Works is not an Ezine, but it is a market specializing in the audio novel market. They pay for the cost of production and pay in either 5 or 10% percent royalties.
    • Fusion is a non-paying ezine that specializes in Science Fiction and Fantasy. There is also a mailing list available at the site as well.
    • Fledgling Press has been a registred publisher since 1993 and has made the transition to a more limited company recently. They describe themselves as being a 'new site, opened in February 2001, to act as a launching pad for new authors, in a wide range of genres: currently specialising in poetry, authentic human diaries, memoirs and autobiographies, and academic publications about shiftwork. It will evolve' Check out their authors page for details of compensation.
    • Gate Way Publishers describes itself as being 'an Internet-based, non-subsidy, royalty-paying electronic publisher of original science fiction, paranormal and metaphysical fiction, drama and nonfiction works. We are dedicated to publishing high quality e-books that entertain, stimulate the imagination and challenge the intellect of our readers. For submission guidelines and information, please email info@gate-way-publishers.com or visit our website. We pay 40 percent royalties and specialize in working with unpublished authors!'
    • Girls Can Be Anything Except Roosters! is a zany off the wall ezine with a focus on the feminine side of the species. Worth a look and many clicks.
    • Gothic.Net is a professionally looking ezine with a dark and twisted view to the world. Well worth a visit for some quite high quality fictional pieces and more. They pay 1/4-2 cents per word on acceptance.
    • Hard Shell Word Factory is an electronic publisher mystery/suspense, science fiction/fantasy, romance, historical/westerns and more.
    • The Haunted - Webzine of Supernatural Horror is seeking fiction slanted to the same. This is a non paying ezine, but if you would like exposure for a piece in this genre this is one place to check out.
    • The Humor and Life, in Particular Website is a showcase for the humor of M.C. McCaskey and others through Guest Pages and her Humor Writing Contest.
    • Images Inscript is a literary ezine with a focus on poetry and fiction. There is no payment for submissions, but published will be given the chance of being awarded the prize of $50.00 in US funds for the best poem and short story.
    • Infinity Plus is not so much a market as an ezine archive of previously published writers. Here already published writers select stories, extracts and non fiction for archiving and publication in an electronic form on the web.
    • Jackhammer is an interesting ezine with a focus on science fiction, fantasy, horror and non-fiction. Their issues are oriented around a single thematic question per issue. Be sure to check out their website for the guidelines in this regard and length limitations. Payment as of this posting is 1 c. per word with a minimum of $5:00.
    • Liquid Fiction is a non-paying ezine with an interest in fiction, poetry, reviews and more.
    • Literary Traveler is an extensive zine with articles, links to resources for literary traveling and more. Check out their submissions page for details on their current needs, but they are not currently publishing fiction or poetry.
    • Moondance is an ezine whose focus is the wonder and celebration of creative women. This site includes articles, fiction, art galleries and much more. Worth a look just for the site and perhaps to submit.
    • NPR's The Writer's Almanac is the online version of this excellent radio phenomena hosted by Garrison Keller. This is not a market as such, but a resource of interesting writing. For anyone who has been a fan of Prairy Home Companion and the excellent writing demonstrated there, this is a place to peruse.
    • Novel Advice is an electronic newsletter for writers with advice from writers and seeks submissions. Its focus is the craft of writing. It also has online invitation only critique groups that you can enquire about from their site.
    • Nuketown has fiction, book and movie reviews and more. They are interested in submissions of fiction, columns, artwork and more, but as with others they are non paying but assure at least hundreds will see you in the course of the month.
    • Optic Magazine is, in their own words, a magazine 'of literary and cultural adventure. We publish writing that takes risks from promising new writers in a stylish format' Check out their writers guidelines for what they are specifically looking for and see if this is a possibility for you.
    • Other Dimension is a 3-year-old e-zine that started publishing speculative fiction starting Feb. 7, 2002. They are now paying small press prices for that speculative fiction.
    • Outside: a Magazine of Speculative and Dark Fiction is a for pay ezine that is an extension of Clocktower Fiction. Check their web site for the latest details and pricing.
    • Outside Online is, as it sounds, a magazine focused on sports, environment and anything else relating to outdoor events and travel. They are open to submissions and pay well, but, acccording to their own web page "send a detailed query letter along with rock-solid clips of your published work and see what happens. For a copy of our Writer's Guidelines, send a self-addressed, stamped envelope to Outside headquarters at 400 Market Street, Santa Fe, NM 87501". Check their page to see what kinds of articles they are accepting.
    • Planet Magazine is a free quarterly ezine that specializes in wild science fiction, fantasy, poetry, humor and poetry.
    • Planet Relish is a speculative humor ezine. What is speculative humor you ask? Science fiction, fantasy or horror that makes you laugh. They pay $5 upon publication. If humor is your shtick this might be a possibility.
    • Poetry Daily - a new poem every day is an interesting spot to visit in pursuit of this wonderful art form that seems to have encountered something of resurgence in recent years.
    • Pulp Eternity Magazine is a genre fiction magazine that is refreshing in that it currently pays 3 cents per word. Check out their Writer Guidelines for details.
    • PulpFantasy.com is as their logo says, 'everything sci-fi, horror, fantasy, comics, anime and more'
    • Pulpless.Com is a cyber bookstore with titles by Piers Anthony, Robert A. Heinlein and others that you will only find here.
    • Quantum Muse is an electronic science fiction and fantasy e-zine. It is non paying, but it is looking for fiction up to 8,000 words and art work.
    • Reader's Delight describes itself as a site that 'promotes tourism to Hawaii and has a section devoted to publishing unknown and known writers stories, fiction, non fiction, magazine type articles and short stories. We will accept most submissions for publication. Oue site receives over 5,000 hits per month. We have just created our "Readers Delight" feature 10/22/01'
    • The Rear View Mirror describes themselves as striving 'to promote atmospheric ambience in all forms of art. Each quarter RVM provides the finest quality 'gothic' literature and original works of art by established and amateur artists. The free publication relies on fellow artists of all genres to contribute their works solicited or unsolicited'
    • rememory.com is a very nice site indeed from the land down under. Here is a virtual spot where people from all over the world can share their memories and experiences with each other. This is both an example of electronic publishing and electronic community in a very nice package.
    • Retroactive Magazine is an online tour de force with articles and sound clips covering the first three quarters of the 20th century. Be sure you have Real Audio installed and be prepared to have a diversity of information at your immediate finger tips.
    • RoseDog.com is an professional laid out electronic publishing site that, in their own words, 'helps unpublished writers get noticed by showcasing their work. There is no limit to manuscript length or quantities and no posting fees. The site includes a built-in search engine and work-organizer designed to help agents and publishers get quickly to the work that interests them most.'
    • Rose & Thorn - A Literaray Ezine showcases emerging and established writers in a variety of genres, including fiction, poetry, essays, author interviews and more. It includes a free newsletter for writers and other resources.
    • Salon Magazine is "an interactive magazine of books, arts and ideas".
    • Saraphina Mosey Travelogue is an ongoing journal of the travels of two Canadian travelers, Richard Thomas and Sara Glen. The site also involves a solicitation for interesting travel stories that they will consider for inclusion in the Saraphina Mosey Guest Writers Anthology.
    • The Sideroad is a host for small international businesses on the internet. However, as a way to bring in a larger audience, they are running articles and series of articles from writers on a diversity of subjects. Their initial issue has subjects as diverse as customer service to comic books.
    • Sabledrake Magazine is giving out a call for Submissions. Sabledrake Magazine will debut in January 2000. This is a monthly online publication dedicated to gaming in particular and fantasy/sci-fi in general. Each month's issue will have a different overall theme. Compensation is in the form of links and ads.
    • Sirius Publications is an online and offline publisher that is relatively new as of this posting. They are seeking authors/books and have a variety of resources for writers via their web site and newsletter.
    • Snakeskin Poetry Webzine is an interesting spot to discover new poetry and also a potential market since they indicate an interest in new poetry.
    • Aurora Web Syndicate's So! is an ezine with an interesting diversity of features and columns, including Table Scraps From Rose.
    • Sovereign Serials is an ezine with the ongoing works of various writers. It is 'published monthly -- presenting a fictional history of humanity, where every aspect of life is affected by the presence of extraordinary individuals with incredible abilities' Check their web site for more details.
    • Steel Point Quarterly describes themseles as being ' an e-journal of poetry and prose appearing only on-line Jan., April, July and October (new issues usually appear the 5th of the month). Submissions are encouraged year round. In the poetry category we are ecelectic in taste and look for well crafted, polished pieces in any genre. In the prose category, we seek to publish flash fiction, personal essays, feature articles on writing (poetry or prose) and book reviews, well crafted and polished. We annually award a $25.00 prize (Excalibur Award) for the best poem published in our zine from the proceeding year, (Excalibur is decided in January). Submission Guidelines for both poetry and prose as well as a description and picture of the Excalibur can be found on our web site. '
    • 3.A.M. Publishing describes itself as 'The Last Ezine of Generation X' and it is definitely an attractive site with dynamic content and look that is consistent with its goal. TO get a better idea about it you need to go no farther than a quote they use on each of their pages 'From 'cutting edge short fiction' to political satire and music reviews, 3am is a dream publication for the young, literary and clued-up, and it counter-balances nicely the London/New York publishing behemoth.'
    • timeout.com is the online presence for the UK based Time Out Books and has much more including interesting sources of research on various cities around the globe.
    • Twilight Times Ezine is a a digital journal of Speculative Fiction. Check their submissions page for details on their needs and how best to contact them and see if this is a fit for you.
    • Web del Sol, Locus of Literary Art is a cutting edge ezine that is worth a look.
    • When Falls the Coliseum is seeking writers of nonfiction, fiction, humor, opinion essays, rants, and satire. Unsolicited submissions are not accepted. Writers must be invited to become contributors. Check out their submission page on how to potentially be invited to become a contributor.
    • Wild Child Magazine is a e-zine that is open and friendly to new authors. Though it doesn’t pay for submissions, it does run contests that do pay. Check the web page for details and contact information. It also describes itself as 'non-fiction, publishes photo travel journals, and any genre fiction as long as it is of high quality. It offers a support network and an advice column aimed at beginning writers and those seasoned ones that want a little extra advice—submissions are always open.'
    • Women Writers Ezine is an attractive site with a wealth of articles of interest to creative women of all kind. Take a look and see if this is something you might want to contribute to. It is non paying at this point, but well worth a look.
    • Writers Write is a source of e-zines looking for writers, includes guidelines and payment if any is offered.
    • The Young Writer's Collection is a non paying form of electronic publication, but with a particular focus. All the poetries, articles and fiction need to be from individuals under the age of 21. This is a particularly interesting spot for the young writers dropping by here. Check it out and see if it for you.


Contests

    • Penguin's Dark Tower Contest provides the possibility of getting to meet the author by shooting a three minute movie. Check out the web site for details.
         
    • The Book of Zines is the web presence of the book of the same name. It has a wealth of resources from resources for finding a zine to how to promote a zine.
    • The E-Zine List is a huge list of Ezines separated by categories, just as its name implies.
Market Resources
    • Black Holes is a site that reports the minimum, maximum and average response time of science fiction, fantasy and horror markets. Well worth a look especially when you are tapping your fingers and wondering when the editor of a given market is ever going to give you thumbs up or down.
    • The DarkEcho Newsletter is emailed weekly with market updates and other information about the horror genre.
    • Gip Plaster's GayScribe Ultimate Listing of Gay and Lesbian Publications is a resource for those who have manuscripts targeted for those with these sexual orientations. Check out the Gay Scribe page for further details.
    • Hellnotes is a weekly newsletter aimed at the fans and professionals of horror writing. They have book reviews, markets reports and more. They do accept submissions, but email first.
    • Locus Online is the online presence of this quintessential market resource for the science fiction genre. If you are interested in the science fiction and fantasy publishing industry or the genre in general, you might want to consider subscribing to this magazine.
    • The Market List is a particularly comprehensive listing of markets for writers that is available for Windows users in a help file format or an ascii text file. The help version allows you to search by genre.
    • Preditors and Editors has a wealth of links to potential markets and services for writers.
    • Speculations is a subscription magazine that concentrates on writing and writer markets in the science fiction and fantasy genre. You can find out the same and more about the magazine here.
    • The Spicy Green Iquana has an extremely large number of links to speculative fiction magazine sites. Well worth a look for some interesting possibilities.
    • This is the web page for WritersWeekly.com, describes itself as the highest circulation freelance writing ezine in the world. We are not sure about that description, but looks to be well worth checking out.
    • Writers Digest is the one absolutely essential market resource in its paper form for a writer. Now you can find many useful and essential resources online in its online version. If you visit no other market resource on the internet, this is the one to check out.
    • The Writer's Place is home to the email newsletter Writing For Dollars and the database of paying markets. All of this is hopefully operational as of December 1, 1997, and looks like it will be a useful resource.

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Copyright © 1997 - 2001 by John J. Beslanwitch

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