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Strangelet Literary Journal Open to Submissions

Strangelet is a new journal of speculative fiction, accepting fiction, poetry, nonfiction, graphic stories/comics, and artwork.  It is now open to submissions of short stories, graphic fiction, poems and essays. It is a paying market.

Stories about Grandmothers Wanted for Anthology

Robyn McGee is seeking true life stories about grandmothers for her upcoming anthology: " Grand-mothers Who Stand Watch During the Day and Howl at Night." All submissions must be original, not previously published anywhere online (including social media sites or personal blogs) and must be in essay format - no poems.
Payment is $30 for stories between 500 and 2000 words in length.  The anthology will be published later in the year as either an ebook or traditional book. For detailed guidelines visit:

Pudding Magazine Seeking Poems, Pudding Magazine is open to submissions of poetry. They prefer new work but occasionally print previously published work. For more details visit: http://puddingmagazine.com/submissions


Shakespeare-Inspired Prose Sought by Misfit Journal

Edition 3 of the Misfit Journal coincides with the 450th anniversary of William Shakespeare's birth, and so the journal is seeking prose and poems with a Shakespearian inspiration.

They are seeking poems, short stories, essays, memoir, creative nonfiction and artworks that are inspired by Shakespeare.
All work must be original. This is a paying market. Written work receives a $100 payment, artwork $25 per image. All contributors also receive a copy of the Misfit Journal.
For more information visit the website.


Literary Agent Looking for Authors to Represent

Linda Epstein, a literary agent at The Jennifer DeChiara Literary Agency, (
http://www.jdlit.com) is looking for fiction authors to represent. You can find out more information about exactly what she is and isn't looking for at her blog.