Please read carefully the guidelines below and choose the appropriate category before submitting your work.
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We’re looking for works for three main categories:
Original works of fantasy fiction. The definition of “fantasy” is taken broadly, but anything that would fall exclusively into another genre, such as science fiction or horror, will not be considered. Neither will fan fiction or works that otherwise involve copyrighted characters or settings. Gratuitous violence, sexual content and/or swearing do not impress us.
Articles, reviews and other fantasy-related non-fiction content are presently assigned. If you are interested in contributing in this area, send a “Query: Non-Fiction” e-mail.
Poems of up to 40 lines will be considered. Submit no more than three poems at a time. Each poem should be a separate attachment.
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We reserve the right to remove or modify the work for any reason, including works that we believe violates our Terms or our policies.