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An online only magazine of science fiction stories published for the KindleRreader. Considers SF flash fiction as short as 500 words (along with longer science fiction) Pay details at http://www.digital-sf.com/aboutDSF.htm
Now open to flash fiction submissions until May 1. Wants stories of 1,000 words or fewer, any genre. Pays 12.5 cents per word. (Also reserves the right to use the accepted/ published story in a Fireside anthology.)
NEEDLE: A MAGAZINE OF NOIRhttp://needlemag.wordpress.com/guidelines/
Wants hard-boiled noir. Wants the magazine "to be the best, freshest punch to the gut it can be." Pays contributor copy (plus a cheap beer or glass of milk if they ever get to hang out with you.)
OVER MY DEAD BODY!
This mystery magazine publishes a variety of stories, "from cozy to hardboiled . . .and everything in between." Want fiction 750-4,000 words in length. Pays 1 cent per word for fiction. They now publish only electronically.
MASCARA LITERARY REVIEWhttp://mascarareview.com/submit/
Closed to submission in the month of April and in the month of October. Accepts flash fiction up to 1,000 words.
Payment is applicable to Australian writers:
Submissions for issue 14 will be accepted from 1 May 2012 to August 30 2013.
Pays contributor's copy. Now accepting flash fiction (and various other types of writing) for their "Online Sundries" segment.
Reading Fee: $3, payable by credit card
Reading period ends April 15, 2013.
Publishes literary fiction, essays, poetry. Considers fiction of any length, "from short shorts to novellas (up to 15,000 words) and self-contained novel excerpts. Submissions are accepted from September 1 to April 15. For stories and essays, Subtropics pays a flat fee of $1,000 ($500 for a short short). Poets are paid $100 per poem. -----
A CAPPELLA ZOOhttp://www.acappellazoo.com/home2
Web and print magazine that focuses on magic realism (along with "slipstream and other tendencies to explore reality, perspective & genre." The work they publish "fit various overlapping styles, including absurdist, uncanny, fabulist, cross-genre, experimental, bizarro, modern fairy tale, new weird, surreal, fantastic, etc. Open reading period will be April 7—May 31. Pays contributor's copy. They also bestow the Apospecimen Award: from each issue, 2-3 works are recognized as especially noteworthy contributions to A cappella Zoo and awarded $50 (short story/play) or $25 (poem/flash fiction).
WHISPERS FROM THE ABYSShttp://01publishing.com/submissions/whispers-from-the-abyss/
Dignital anthology seeks stories between 150-3000 words inspired by H.P. Lovecraft. Pays 1 cent per word plus one copy. (There's also the possibility of a print edition in the future.) Deadline: March 30 OR May 30, 2013 (query for clarification. Both dates are listed at the site.) (Market courtesy of Jonette Stabbert.)
Publish about twice a year. For fiction, "Send only one story (more are acceptable only if the stories are very short.)"
Pays two contributor copies. ("For writers living outside of the United States: please query at ARsubmissions@gmail.com to learn about our policies for submissions by non-U.S.-based writers."
"The Puritan seeks, above all, a pioneering literature. Submissions may push toward the symbolic frontier, challenging limitations and forging into previously unexplored aesthetic territory. But they may also revisit and revitalize traditional forms. Want work "original, intelligent, and engaging. Accepts flash fiction and poetry. Pays $50 CAD for fiction.