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Submission Guidelines: The Buenos Aires Review

Buenos Aires Review

The Buenos Aires Review is a bilingual, digital publication.

They accept simultaneous submissions.

The Buenos Aires Review accepts submissions online only.

Submissions should be under 5,000 words.

There is no mention of payment or response time.

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Submission Guidelines: Broken Pencil

Broken Pencil

Broken Pencil is dedicated to underground culture and publishes four times a year.

They accept submissions by snail mail, email, and online.

Submissions of 50 – 3000 words are accepted from February 1 to September 15.

There is no mention of multiple or simultaneous submissions.

Broken Pencil pays for publication, $50-75 for shorter pieces, up to $150 for longer pieces.

They do not list a set guideline for response time.

Submission Guidelines: The Quotable

The Quotable

The Quotable is a quarterly online and print publication. Each issue is focused around a theme and quote.

They do accept simultaneous submissions, but not multiple.

The Quotable accepts submissions online only.

At this time, they do not pay for publication.

The Quotable does not list a response time, but is only open for a specific time period for each theme.

Submission Guidelines: Colorado Review

Colorado Review

The Colorado Review, run by Colorado State University’s Center for Literary Publishing, is published three times a year. The focus is on contemporary, they do not publish genre fiction.

Colorado Review accepts simultaneous submissions, no mention of multiple submissions.

They only accept submissions from August 1 to April 31, there is no mention of response time.

Colorado Review accepts submissions through snail mail and online.

There are samples available on the website to familiarize yourself with what they accept.

Colorado Review pays $200 for short stories, preferably 15 – 25 manuscript pages in length, as well as a years subscription.

Submission Guidelines: Tiny Tales Of Terror

Tiny Tales of Terror

Tiny Tales of Terror is a bimonthly, drip fed magazine (each new subscriber starts at issue one).

They accept simultaneous and multiple submissions as well as reprints.

Tiny Tales of Terror accepts email submissions only.

Stories should be 5,000 words or less.

There is no mention of response time.

Tiny tales of Terror pays in digital contributor copies.

Submission Guidelines: The Madison Review

The Madison Review

The Madison Review is a student-run, semi-annual journal published by the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

The Madison Review does accept simultaneous submissions, there is no mention of multiple submissions.

There is no mention of pay, but they do charge a submission fee.

The Madison Review does not list a response time.

All submissions are online.