Writer’s Corner: Markets for Short Stories

By Ned Roderiguez (transcribed by Rebecca Lang)

(from the November 2014 meeting)




  • It used to be free, but now there is a $5 a month/$50 a year subscription fee
  • Shows rate of rejection, whether editors give feedback, what editors look for
  • It will organize your submissions and use it to gather data
  • Thinks it’s worth the money



  • Fantasy/ Scifi short stories and flash fiction
  • Free

Absolute Write


  • agents and publishers

Every Writer’s Resource


  • Basically for short stories

The Grinder


  • Doesn’t care for it

Publishing… and Other Forms of Insanity



Poets and Writer


  • Not fond of content, but the back of the magazine has a great list of resources

New Pages


  • Uses frequently
  • Publishers, agents, etc.

Short Story Writer


  • Currently only available on ipad
  • Free
  • The recent issue had an article on short story markets


“Storyville: Where to Send Your Stories”


“Alternatives to Duotrope”


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