Crossed Genres Publications, an independent publisher of spec fiction, is now paying fiction writers 6 cents/word, considered pro-rates for this genre.
Crossed Genres (est. 2008), the magazine, is still soliciting short fiction stories for the October 2014 issue. The theme is “Robots, Androids & Cyborgs”—fiction tales about these classic themes using dominant elements of sci-fi/fantasy to tell the story.
UrbanFantasist.com is debuting a new webzine called Grievous Angel showcasing SFF&H flash fiction and poetry by both emerging and talented writers. This includes stories of sci-fi, fantasy, horror, along with steampunk, urban fantasy, mythos, and related sub-genres.
Charles Christian, an award-winning technology journalist who also writes SFF&H (and is a book author), welcomes original poetry (up to 5 poems) and flash fiction (up to 750 words).
Tomorrow (February 26th) many fabulous agents and editors will be taking to Twitter #MSWL to put out their current manuscript wish lists. So, check it out. If you can’t be on tomorrow or want more information on this event check out Agent and Editor Wish List on Tumblr. They’ve got the rules and they’ll be compiling the tweets.
Good luck authors and agents, hopefully someone will be seeking your manuscript!