Hamilton Review of Books seeks essay submissions for their second issue (Spring 2017). Looking for personal essays (1500-5000 words) on literary subjects. Example: Using a particular book’s subject matter as a jumping-off point for an essay incorporating original thinking and experience. Pays $75 per essay. Deadline: January 30, 2017.
SciFan Magazine is a digital magazine that focuses on showcasing exceptional works of fiction in the science fantasy genre. Length: 2500-10000 words. Must fit within one of the ten sub-genres within science fantasy. Payment: $2 per 1000 words, up to a max. of $20 per short story. Deadline: Rolling.
Print literary journal Grain is accepting submissions for upcoming issue. Open to poetry (individual poems, sequences, or suites) and fiction and literary nonfiction (3500 words max). Payment: $50 per page to a maximum of $250, plus three copies of the issue. Submission window open until May 31, 2017.
Foundry reads poetry submissions year-round. Publishes a range of styles and forms, from short lyric poems to prose poems and longer narratives. They are committed to inclusivity and welcome submissions from marginalized voices. Send 3-5 poems. Simultaneous submissions are encouraged. Pays $10 per poem. Deadline: Ongoing.
Grivante Press invites submissions for a food-related erotic horror anthology: MASHED : The Culinary Delights of Twisted Erotic Horror! (working title). Looking for stories that combine food, eroticism, and horror and “make us laugh, make our skin crawl and leave us feeling inappropriately aroused.” No fan fiction. Deadline: January 31, 2017. Pays (based on length).
Black Rabbit, an independent online literary and artistic magazine focusing on very short pieces, seeks submissions for its first edition. Looking for interesting and exciting fiction (900 words max.), nonfiction (250 words max.), and audio clips. Editors are partial to fashionable amounts of nihilism, originality, and experimentation. Payment: $25 USD. Deadline: January 31, 2017.