Taking Submissions: Mythic

Deadline: July 31st, 2020
Payment: $0.01 cent a word and a contributors copy
Theme: Diverse sci-fi and fantasy fiction.

MYTHIC is seeking diverse sci-fi and fantasy fiction. We want original short stories that have never been published. Authors are encouraged to submit their stories during the specific reading periods listed below.

Reading Periods

June 1 through July 31
(Reading for Fall and Winter Issues)

December 1 through January 31
(Reading for Spring and Summer Issues)

Guidelines

Please submit in standard manuscript format.

  • Works should be between 2,000-6,000 words. (No wiggle room above or below.)
  • Submit in Standard Manuscript Format
  • We prefer Times New Roman or Courier and 12 point type. Double-spaced pages.
  • Please include your name and contact information at the beginning of the story.
  • Submit in .doc, .docx, .rtf format.
  • Please no simultaneous or multiple submissions.
  • No reprints.


Rights Purchased:

We are purchasing World English Rights on all short stories. Following an exclusivity period, all other rights revert to the author. MYTHIC retains a nonexclusive right to keep stories in the issue they appear for as long as the issue remains in print.

Compensation:

  • At this time, we pay $0.01 cent a word for short fiction.
  • We provide authors with one free copy of the issue in which their story appears.
  • Payment made upon publication via PayPal. (We are not responsible for any transaction fees).


To submit fiction:

  • Send all stories to [email protected]
  • Your story should be attached.
  • Put “Fiction Submission: Title of Your Story” in the subject line for fiction.
  • Please include your name, title, word count, and contact information in the body of the email.

Note on nonfiction: All articles and other content are chosen in-house. Please do not submit queries at this time.

If you have further questions, use the contact form.

 

Thank you for your interest in MYTHIC.

Via: Mythic Magazine.

Stuart Conover

Stuart Conover is a father, husband, published author, blogger, geek, entrepreneur, horror fanatic, and runs a few websites including Horror Tree!

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