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Taking Submissions: EconoClash Review

September 7, 2022 @ 12:00 am

Deadline: December 1st, 2017
Payment: $10usd

EconoClash Review (Quality Cheap Thrillsis a biannual print journal of Genre Fiction.

We accept only the best contemporary pulp submissions. Which includes quality Crime, Noir, Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi, Weird, Humor and Other Words for Uplifting Gormandizers.

EconoClash Review believes in free speech and wants to provide our readers with a much needed escape into other worlds. We like stories about Weirdos, Criminals and Pregnant Prom Queens going to great lengths to destroy or keep the status quo. HOWEVER, we don’t want erotica, or adult content, or torture-erotica between characters of any age, race, species both real or fictional. Nothing gratuitous. Avoid the tropes best you can. Just because we wantGENRE doesn’t mean we want STALE.

Above all else–EconoClash Review wants fiction full of energy that feels real. 

We encourage our writers to submit short fiction between 1,500 and 4,500 words.

That word limit is FIRM and STRICTLY ENFORCED.

SUBMISSIONS ARE OPEN October 1st through December 1st, 2017. 

EconoClash Review claims the following publishing rights: First English Language Rights, English Language Periodical Rights, World Periodical Rights, and Electronic Distribution Rights. All Rights revert back to the writer six months after initial publication. Should EconoClash Review choose to create an anthology of previously published work, new rights will be negotiated. Bear in mind that most publications will not publish pieces that have been published in print, eBook, or on the web, so for all intents and purposes after your work is published by us it can only be marketed as a reprint, which severely limits the number of markets that will accept it, and drastically reduces the pay rate it can receive. It is up to you, the author, to decide if giving up your First Publishing Right for our  token payment, is really what you want to do.

EconoClash Review will NOT CONSIDER  simultaneous submissions nor will we look at multiple submissions. Send us only one quality pulp story at a time.

***Please wait six weeks after rejection notice before submitting more work***

EconoClash Review will not publish reprints unless requested by the editor.


To Submit:

Send your proof read and spelling corrected story in STANDARD MANUSCRIPT FORMAT as an attached document (.doc or .rtf) to

econoclashreview (at) gmail (dot) com

In your email heading please include (Genre) submission_Title of Story_Your Last Name.

In the Body of the email please provide a brief cover letter and bio.

ARTWORK: we are accepting ORIGINAL submissions for interior artwork only. You must own all elements of your submitted image. Must be attached as a high resolution .jpg

We currently pay our contributors a TOKEN flat fee ten dollars per story/artwork* 

All Payments will be processed through PayPal.

*EconoClash Review is an Indie Genre Rag. Getting paid and paying more’s always gonna be the dream. If you’re a serious indie writer you’re most likely an indie reader. We’re not publishing Quality Cheap Thrills for something as common as money. No thank you. We want to publish something pure and high quality but also rattles your teeth. Think on this: H.P. Lovecraft made an average of five dollars a week being a ghost writer. Barely enough to cover his expenses and died in poverty. While Robert E. Howard was the highest paid person in his backwater Texas town. And they were getting published in the same magazines. Stephen King sold stories to nudie mags to pay his family’s bills. While Charles Bukowski sent out hundreds of stories and poems without carbons and without a return address. EconoClash Reviewpromises to fight the good fight as long as humanly possible…with times as hard as these we know the world could use some Quality Cheap Thrills.

EconoClash Review believes in Diversity. We do not judge our contributors work based on ANYTHING other than the work itself. If you’re quality junk is classy-trashy and sticks to the nitty-gritty then it will be recognized.


J.D. Graves

Via: EconoClash Review.


September 7, 2022
12:00 am