Tagged: science fiction magazines accepting submissions 2022

Taking Submissions: Eye to the Telescope #46

Deadline: September 15th, 2022
Payment: US 4¢/word rounded up to nearest dollar; minimum US $4, maximum $25
Theme: poems inspired by works of art that exist only in your own imagination (or that of others), from any period in time or space.

Eye to the Telescope 46, Quest, will be edited by Wendy Van Camp.

The hero’s journey is one of the oldest forms of storytelling.  It has many components that can go in a thousand directions with a thousand faces.  Your quest, should you care to accept, is to use one part of the hero’s journey as the focus of your quest poem.  It could be a call to adventure or the refusal of that call.  Meeting of a new mentor and its consequences, or facing an ordeal that creates inner change.  Perhaps it is the moment of return when the hero brings new understanding to her people.  Let the twelve steps of the Hero’s Journey be your inspiration.  Your poem could be fantasy, science fiction or horror based.  Let your imagination be your guide.

We are eager to read what you send!


Taking Submissions: New Myths Second 2022 Window

Deadline: July 31st, 2022
Payment: 1.5 cents/word with a minimum payment of $30 for all submissions. Book reviews for $30. Art for $60.
Theme: Science Fiction and Fantasy

Reading past issues is the best way to know if your submission is a good fit for NewMyths.com.

We like to balance each quarterly issue between science fiction and fantasy, dark and light, serious and humorous, hard and soft science fiction, and longer and shorter works.
Our readers are not fixated on a single style or tone or genre, but prefer a
quality sample of the field. Think
tapas or dim sum.


Taking Submissions: Mysterion Fall 2022 (Early Listing)

Submission Window: July 1st-31st, 2022
Payment: 8 cents/word and 4 cents/word for reprints and $125 per piece of artwork
Theme: Speculative stories–science fiction, fantasy, horror–with Christian themes, characters, or cosmology
Note: Reprints Welcome

Open to fiction submissions each year during the months of January and July.
Open to art submissions year-round.

We are looking for speculative stories–science fiction, fantasy, horror–with Christian themes, characters, or cosmology, and for artwork for this site.

Taking Submissions: The Sprawl Mag Volume 1.1

Deadline: July 31st, 2022
Payment: $20 CAD
Theme: Speculative poetry, short fiction, and visual art

Submissions are open from March 30th to July 31st, 2022

The Sprawl Mag accepts submissions of speculative poetry, short fiction, and visual art. Whether it is utopic, dystopic, magical, or sci-fi, we look forward to seeing your work. We pay contributors $20 CAD per published piece.

We encourage submissions from QTBIPOC, women, nonbinary, queer, and disabled writers.

We accept simultaneous submissions, but please let us know if your piece is picked up elsewhere so we can congratulate you 🙂

We do not accept work that has been previously published.

Please include a brief, third-person, 100-word biography with your submission.


Taking Submissions: Story Unlikely 2022 Window

Deadline: September 30th, 2022
Payment: 5 cents a word for stories up to 2,000 words. Stories above 2,000 are capped at $100 payment
Theme: Accepts ALL genres, prefers: memoir, bizarro, and speculative, humorous, strange, and thoughtful
Note: Reprints Welcome
Note: You do need to be a free subscriber to submit

Whatever happened to the art of storytelling? It’s become a lost relic, along with our identities. But here, we’re revitalizing this once great craft. Don’t worry, you’re in good hands. After all, if laughter is medicine, then Story Unlikely is therapy for broken souls.


Taking Submissions: The Cafe Irreal Summer Window 2022

Deadline: July 1st, 2022
Payment: One cent U.S. per word ($2 minimum)
Theme: Fantastic Fiction You really NEED to read the description below.

The Cafe Irreal is a quarterly webzine that presents a kind of fantastic fiction infrequently published in English. This fiction, which we would describe as irreal, resembles the work of writers such as Franz Kafka, Kobo Abe, Clarice Lispector and Jorge Luis Borges. As a type of fiction it rejects the tendency to portray people and places realistically and the need for a full resolution to the story; instead, it shows us a reality constantly being undermined. Therefore, we’re interested in stories by writers who write about what they don’t know, take us places we couldn’t possibly go, and don’t try to make us care about the characters. We would also suggest you take a look at the current issue, archives, and theory (especially the essay, “What is irrealism?”) pages on this web site.


Taking Submissions: Alien Dimensions #23 (Early Listing)

Submission Window: June 1st and July 31st of 2022
Payment: $20
Theme: Stories set in deep space and/or on alien planets, far far from Earth

September 2022 Issue 23

To have your story considered for Issue 23 due out in September 2022, please submit it between June 1st and July 31st of 2022. I’ll read and reply in August 2022.