Here are 9 publishers and agents currently seeking submissions.
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Amazing Stories Magazine
Amazing Stories is excited to announce the launch of a brand new, weekly series of science fiction stories.
Dark Matter Magazine
Dark Matter Magazine brings the best in dark science fiction and horror for seven issues per year in print and digital.
Learning for Justice Magazine & Publications
Learning for Justice provides timely articles and publications to address current social justice issues and to promote racial equity and inclusive education.
Old Moon Quarterly
Old Moon Quarterly is a small, independent online magazine devoted to publishing weird sword-and-sorcery fiction set in a historical paranormal setting or a secondary-world, with a focus on well-rounded characters driving strange action.
Sci-Fi Lampoon Magazine
Send us your best fantasy, sci-fi, and horror themed humor. We’re looking for flash (under 1000 words) and short fiction (7500 words, MAX), as well as high-res art, lampoon classifieds and ads.
David Godwin Associates is a leading literary agency founded in 1995 by David and Heather Godwin. We represent an exciting and varied list of international writers, including novelists, poets, biographers, historians and journalists.
As a small agency, we pride ourselves on the close and effective relationships that we build with our clients.
DGA offers a comprehensive service, handling all rights worldwide including translation, film and TV.
Caroline is passionate about finding writers with unique voices and points of view and is looking for steamy romances, out of this world fantasies, and YA and MG that touch on vital topics that can’t be ignored.
Nalini loves nothing more than discovering and nurturing talented authors. She likes to build strong, long-term relationships with her clients and keep open lines of communication.
Nalini primarily represents commercial fiction. She is always interested in seeing new women’s fiction, romance, historical fiction, thrillers and horror. Nalini maintains a diverse client list and loves to find exciting new voices that utilize elements of different genres to tell their story.
And, of course, our own:
The Rabbit Hole Vol 6
Following this year’s fifth edition, we continue to explore how ‘weird’ fits into numerous genres or themes with a new theme, “Destination: Journey.”
“Destination: Journey” allows for a wide range of stories. In a simple sense, the journey itself being the destination can be taken literally or as a metaphor for life. On the other hand, as a non-sequitur it can mean almost anything – think Kafka, Bierce, Serling, or Lovecraft — and we’re really looking forward to your interpretation, because falling into the Rabbit Hole is always a strange and different experience.