Hello Day Two-ers!
Wow, I’m still reeling from the magic of your words. I feel like I’ve just read A VERY GOOD journal and I’ve been able to communicate with the authors immediately. What a gift! What a learning process!
As you’ve noticed, I’ve been nudging a few publication suggestions your way. You’re in early stages, of course, but you’re also publishing left and right (most of you, I think), so I thought I’d share some journal ideas.
I put this together a while back and updated it recently. These publications pay and are flash/micro/hybrid friendly. Feel free to post any journal ideas, competitions, opportunities in this thread.
**Paying Flash Markets**
Baltimore Review | Bear Creek Gazette | Brevity | Chestnut Review | Claw and Blossom | Copper Nickel | CRAFT | Daily Science Fiction | El Chapo Review | Electric Literature | Flash Fiction Online | Flash Frog | Five Points | Forge Literary Magazine | Fractured Lit | F(r)iction | Gulf Coast | Indiana Review | Jellyfish Review | Kenyon Review | Lascaux Review | Longleaf Review | Lunate Fiction | Master’s Review | Matchbook | Matter Press | Mudroom | Mythic Picnic | Nashville Review | Nature Futures | New England Review | Newfound | New Orleans Review | Ninth Letter | Pigeon Pages | SmokeLong Quarterly | Spartan Lit | Splitlip Magazine | Stanchion Lit | Subtropics | Tahoma Literary Review | takahe | The Bureau Dispatch | The Sunlight Press | Third Point Press | trampset | Vestal Review | Willow Springs | Word West | 101 Words
Jonathan Cardew’s writing appears or is forthcoming in Wigleaf, Cream City Review, Passages North, Superstition Review, JMWW, Smokelong Quarterly, People Holding, and others. He is the fiction editor for Connotation Press and contributing books reviewer for Flash: The International Short-Short Story Magazine. He’s been a finalist in the Best Small Fictions, the Wigleaf Top 50, the Bath Flash Fiction Award, and he won a travel toothbrush once at a boules competition in northern Brittany. Originally from the UK, he lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.