SFWA Market Report for April

Welcome to the April edition of the SFWA Market Report. Please note: Inclusion of any market in the report below does not indicate an official endorsement by SFWA.

NEW MARKETS

Future Visions
The Working Zealot’s Guide to Gaining Capital in Pre-Apocalyptic America

OPENING MARKETS

Cast of Wonders
Cosmic Roots and Eldritch Shores
Galaxy’s Edge
PodCastle
Story Seed Vault
Unidentified Funny Objects Anthology Series

TEMPORARILY CLOSING MARKETS

Deep Magic
Pseudopod

PERMANENTLY CLOSING MARKETS

Gorgon: Stories of Emergence
The Internet is Where the Robots Live Now
Unshattering
War on Christmas
Weird Nature

UPCOMING MARKET CHANGES

Abyss & Apex‘s Submission Window begins and ends soon.
Apex Magazine‘s “Zodiac” Theme ends soon.
Arsenika‘s Submission Window begins soon.
Cast of Wonders temporarily closes soon.
Galileo’s Theme Park‘s Submission Window ends soon.
PodCastle‘s “Autumn Equinox” Theme ends soon.
Speculative Masculinities permanently closes soon.
Story Seed Vault‘s Submission Window ends soon.
Unidentified Funny Objects Anthology Series temporarily closes soon.

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The SFWA Market Report is compiled by David Steffen, editor of Diabolical Plots and administrator and co-founder of the Submission Grinder.  Diabolical Plots: The First Years is Diabolical Plots’s most recent release, a collection of the 25 stories published in the first two years of original fiction on Diabolical Plots.   2018 will be a busy year for Diabolical Plots with ebook releases every quarter. The next anthology one goes live in March. Check out this post for a schedule of upcoming releases. Monthly supporters of $5 or more will get the ebooks early!

One Response

  1. Diane Morrison

    Hi there! So it’s halfway through May … when will the May Market Report be published? I’ve become reliant on this excellent feature to keep track of good markets to apply to, but submission window announcements are often extremely time sensitive, and these reports are measured from the beginning of the month. As I recall, when this one came out on the 13th, two markets that were listed as “Open” had already closed.

    I don’t want to get on anyone’s case – I’m sure you’re very busy, and there’s a lot to put out there that’s important – but I just thought I would let you know that I *am* paying attention to this feature, it *is* important to me, and I simply can’t make head or tails out of the Grinder without it because there’s just so much information to search through; so thank you for putting it out, and I eagerly await your next update!