UPDATE 1/28/2019: Thank you so much for the overwhelming response! Space and Time received over 100 submissions in five days. Our submission period is now closed.
We thank everyone for submitting. If you missed the window, our next open reading period will begin by mid-summer and we hope you will consider submitting your work to us then.
Space and Time Magazine is now accepting fiction submissions! Be a part of Spring issue #133 to be published March 20. This will be the transition issue as former publisher Hildy Silverman turns the magazine over. Here are the details:
What we seek: science fiction, fantasy, horror, steampunk, magical realism—we look for work with a speculative element and creative hybrids. Gratuitous sex and gore do not impress us, so only include if they are integral to the plot. No children’s stories. No simultaneous or multiple submissions and no reprints without querying first.
What you send: Stories with a maximum word count of 10k (we prefer stories between 5,000—7,500) submitted in standard electronic manuscript format. All fiction submissions are to be sent electronically as a Word or .rtf attachment. Please send queries, questions and submissions to fictioneditor@spaceandtimemaga
What we pay: Payment of a penny-per-word is made upon publication. We buy first print and electronic rights. After a work is published, rights immediately revert to the author. We will do our best to respond to all submissions within four weeks. If you don’t hear from us after four weeks, please feel free to send a query.
For full details, visit Space and Time Magazine here.