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Taking Submissions: Cyclopean
October 31, 2015
Deadline: October 31st 2015
Payment: 1 cent per word for the first 4,000 words, and 1 cent per two words after that point, with a minimum total payment of $10, Free ezine subscription
Cyclopean is an upcoming online speculative fiction e-zine.
We’re open to submissions from September 6th to October 31st.
Length: Up to 7,500 words.
Pay: 1 cent per word for the first 4,000 words, and 1 cent per two words after that point, with a minimum total payment of $10. Additionally, our authors will recieve a free subscription to the e-zine for you and one friend upon release, lasting for the life of the e-zine. Payment will be distributed during the weeks prior to publication. NEW 9/8/15
Language: English only.
Rights: We claim electronic rights, (text and audio,) first serial rights, and non-exclusive rights indefinitely, to sell the e-zine in which it is initially published, and place the story in future anthologies, magazines, e-zines, or simply to reference or iterate the work as we see fit. If we do use the full text of your story again in the future, (not including if we use the audio,) we will pay you at least the amount you received on the initial publication, including a contributor copy, if it appears in print. (We will send contracts out, commencing in mid-October.)
Response Time: We try and send a confirmation email within a day, and answer all submissions with a “yes” or “no” within 2 weeks. If you have not received a confirmation email within a couple days, or if it takes longer than 3 weeks to receive a reply, please send a query.
Submissions: No reprints. You may submit one short story or two short poems and/or flash fiction stories per week. We accept simultaneous submissions, so long as you inform us in the body of the email of the original submission that you are planning to, and notify us if your story is accepted elsewhere.
Via: Cyclopean Press.
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