Welcome to this week’s edition of Submit Your Stories Sunday! Every week I bring you a unique call for submissions to help you find a home for your stories or inspire a new one. Each call will contain a speculative element and will offer payment upon acceptance.

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Constellary Tales

Eligibility: fantasy or science fiction stories from 1000-3500 words

Take Note: reading the welcome launch, the editors appear to prefer ‘hero’s journey’ stories

What makes this call stand out: this is a brand new market on the speculative fiction scene which pays pro rates

Payment: $0.06 per word

Submit by: this is an ongoing podcast/magazine, so submissions are open unless otherwise noted.

Click here to go to the original call for details.

Writerly links worth sharing this week:

Here’s a timely article writers can use to write without using gendered language.

What I’m Reading:

I’m currently in literary love with Martha Well’s first book in the Murderbot series, All Systems Red. Yowza! This is not what I expected when I started hearing the term ‘Murderbot’ everywhere I went. Murderbot is a clone/robot with a dark past and an introverted nature who hacked their governor module to achieve free will. They just want to watch their soap operas, but now they have to protect their human crew on a hostile planet and-ugh!-the humans keep talking to them. Looks like I’ll be catching up on the other Murderbot books in the series this fall.

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How I feel reading Murderbot  – Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

 

Happy writing!

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