Issue Two Hundred Eighteen

Rinky Dink Press: Now Seeking Submissions of Micropoetry

Rinky Dink Press is a microzine publishing single-author collections of micropoetry. With the slogan, “micropoetry for the people,” they are on a mission to put poetry in everyone’s pocket—and hand—by printing beautifully handcrafted, travel-sized fine art books. Diminutive in size but not in standards, Rinky Dink is looking for skillfully crafted, finely-honed verse. They like…

3 Lists of Paying Sci-Fi Publishers

By Kelli Fitzpatrick As a science fiction author, I frequently find myself searching for homes for my stories, so I keep the three web pages below bookmarked on my desktop and mobile home screen as quick reference guides to potential markets. I prefer to be paid for my work (as opposed to publication without compensation),…

Fiery Seas: Now Accepting Book Manuscripts

Fiery Seas is an eBook and print publisher founded in 2014. They are relatively new and so far have not established that much of a track record. Although their website is polished and reader focused, I did find a few links that did not work. It is generally easy to buy both eBooks and print…