Publishing Taught Me: A SFWA Anthology Project
Essays in the Publishing Taught Me: A SFWA Anthology Project Series
- Inside the Fiction Editor’s Mind: Does the Writer’s Identity Matter? by Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki – Published on 2/7/2024
The call for submissions for four additional essays has been closed. Authors of the four accepted pitches will be notified by 6 p.m. Pacific Time on February 22. The completed essays should be approximately 700 to 2000 words long.
Payment will be a flat $300 for each accepted, edited, and finalized essay. Deadlines, contracts, and revisions will be forthcoming for each essay. Authors will be invited to participate in a 2024 online panel on the general topic of BIPOC experiences in SFFH publishing.
The Publishing Taught Me project is overseen by multiple award-winning editor Nisi Shawl and two editorial interns, Somto Ihezue and Zhui Ning Chang.