Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America
I’ve mentioned SFWA in a few posts in relation to magazine submissions. SFWA is a professional organization for science fiction and fantasy writers founded in 1965. There are some privileges afford to members only, but the website is a gold mine of information. Even for those who don’t write SF/F.
There are resources for educators and readers, a blog, they sponsor Writer Beware, provide links to craft tips and tools, and host the Nebula Awards.
May the Muse be with you,
InterGalactic Medicine Show
IGMS is Orson Scott Card’s online, biannual SF/F publication.
They pay six cents per word and counts towards SFWA membership.
IGMS does not accept multiple submissions, no mention of simultaneous submissions.
All submissions are online.
IGMS asks for three months for response time and that authors keep in mind their PG-13 rating.
Apex Magazine is looking for Fantasy, science fiction, horror, with a dark speculative fiction element.
They do not accept simultaneous or multiple submissions.
Apex Magazine is a SFWA-certified professional market and pay five cents per word up to 5,000 words. If they podcast the piece, they pay one cent per word up to 5,000 words.
They accept submission by e-mail.
Apex Magazine tries to respond within 30 days.