Monthly Archives: January 2014

Submission Guidelines: The Atlantic

The Atlantic

The Atlantic submission guidelines are well hidden.  I found scant information in the FAQ.

They accept email and snail mail submissions.

There is no mention of allowing simultaneous or multiple submissions.

The Atlantic does not list payment or response time.

Submission Guidelines: Boulevard


Boulevard is a literary magazine celebrating 29 years.

They do not accept submissions from May 1 to October 1.

There is a three dollar fee to submit online.  There is no fee to submit through snail mail.

Boulevard accepts simultaneous and multiple submissions.

They accept works up to 8,000 words, but no science fiction, erotica, westerns, horror, romance, or children’s stories.

There is no mention of a response time.

Boulevard pays a minimum of $100, maximum of $300

Submission Guidelines: American Short Fiction

American Short Fiction

American Short Fiction publishes online as well as their triannual print magazine.

They will not accept  multiple submissions but will look at simultaneous submissions.

There is a three dollar submission fee.

There are no set guidelines for length or topic.  Stories under 2,000 words are accepted for online publication.

American Short Fiction accepts submissions through online only.

They ask for a five month wait period.

American Short Fiction does not list a set amount for payment, but state it is “competitive.”

Writer’s Resource: Memoriam 2013

I originally planned to share a link for a weekly newsletter I get, but then I opened an email from Writer’s Relief.  The first article included in their email was an In Memoriam slideshow for some of the writer’s lost this past year.

The world lost a lot of talent.  Great talent.

I hope the new year bring you everything you need and more.

May the muse be with you,