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.
Al Blanchard Award
Analog Science Fiction & Fact
Asimov’s Science Fiction
Beneath Ceaseless Skies
Cloud Lake Literary
Cossmass Infinities(Recently Opened)
Daily Science Fiction
Departure Mirror(Recently Opened)
Escape Pod(Recently Opened)
Fantasy & Science Fiction (F&SF)
Flame Tree Fiction Newsletter
Flash Fiction Online(Recently Opened)
Future Science Fiction Digest
Issues in Earth Science
khoréo magazine (khoreo)(Recently Opened)
Kit Sora Flash Fiction / Flash Photography Contest
Little Blue Marble
Mike Resnick Memorial Award for Short Fiction
Cast of Wonders
Constelación Magazine (Constellation)
Podcastle Flash Fiction Contest
Rigor Morbid Anthology Series(Permanent)
Upcoming Market Changes
Al Blanchard Award‘s Submission Window ends soon.
Cast of Wonders‘s “Seasonal Holiday/Special Events” Theme begins soon.
Cossmass Infinities‘s Limited Demographic Submission Window: Black, Asian, Latin, LGBTQ+ and other under-represented authors begins soon.
Cossmass Infinities‘s Submission Window ends soon.
Departure Mirror‘s Submission Window ends soon.
Fantasy Magazine‘s Submission Window ends soon.
Fantasy Magazine‘s Submission Window begins soon.
FIYAH‘s “Sound and Color” Theme ends soon.
Flash Fiction Online‘s Submission Window ends soon.
Flash Fiction Online‘s Submission Window begins soon.
khoréo magazine (khoreo)‘s Submission Window ends soon.
Mike Resnick Memorial Award for Short Fiction‘s Submission Window ends soon.
The Needle Drops… Anthology Series temporarily closes soon.
Uncanny‘s Novella-Only Submission Window ends soon.
The SFWA Market Report is compiled by David Steffen, editor of Diabolical Plots and administrator and co-founder of the Submission Grinder, and editor of The Long List Anthology series. Diabolical Plots published “Open House On Haunted Hill” by John Wiswell which is currently a finalist in both the Nebula Award and the Hugo Award. You can support Diabolical Plots and the Submission Grinder on PayPal or Patreon or buy books from Diabolical Plots.