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Taking Submissions: Weird Horror Magazine March 2022 Window (Early Listing)
March 31, 2022
Deadline: March 31st, 2022
Payment: 1.5¢ per word (one and one-half cent), with a $25 (U.S.) minimum (paid via PayPal) and 2 contributor’s copies
Theme: Weird Horror
WEIRD HORROR SUBMISSIONS WILL OPEN IN MARCH
Weird Horror has two reading periods each year – March and September.
OPENS: March 1, 2022
CLOSES: March 31, 2022
Fiction must be in English, and previously unpublished in English anywhere, in any format, on any platform. Please do not query about reprints.
We will consider works translated to English, as long as you are offering first English-language publication rights.
Simultaneous submissions are welcome. Please inform us if your story is accepted elsewhere. No multiple submissions. Please send 1 story only per reading period.
We are seeking horror and weird fiction from 500 to 6,000 words. (Please respect our word counts. Query first for longer pieces.) We are not interested in extreme horror.
We receive 600 to 800 manuscripts each period, and accept less than 2% of submissions. Do not be discouraged by a form rejection.
Payment is (U.S.) 1.5¢ per word (one and one-half cent), with a $25 (U.S.) minimum (paid via PayPal) for first worldwide English-language rights, for use in the print, eBook, and online edition. Contributors also receive 2 copies of the print edition. We ask for a 6-month exclusivity. Copyright remains with the author, and a contract will be provided.
Submit stories in Standard Manuscript Format as a Word document or PDF, and e-mail as an attachment to: WeirdHorrorMag [at] gmail [dot] com
NOTE – There is no need to provide a mailing address on your manuscript.
Format the subject line of your e-mail thusly: Submission – Story Title – Author Name
We are not currently seeking any art or non-fiction submissions.
Please query if you have any questions.
Via: Undertow Publications.
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