Short Fiction – Print Literary Magazines
1. The Indiana Review Publishes two issues a year (May and November); publishes 6-10 stories per issue.
2. Alaska Quarterly Review Publishes two issues a year.
3. Alimentum: the literature of food The print journal publishes two issues a year (winter and summer); also features an online serving.
4. THEMA Publishes three issues a year.
5. Tin House Publishes four issues a year; also offers an online sampling.
Short Fiction – Online Literary Magazines
1. Anderbo Continuously updated.
2. Narrative Magazine Continuously updated; lots of contests.
3. Flatmancrooked Online with an annual “best of” print anthology.
4. The Adirondack Review Quarterly issues with an “evolving issue” on the website.
5. Guernica A magazine of art and ideas.
1. Narrative Magazine Publishes book-length works for serialization; electronic submissions only.
2. James Jones First Novel Fellowship Contest Deadline will be around March 1, 2010 (date TBA); award of $10,000.
3. The 2010 Autumn House Fiction Contest The winner will receive book publication, $1,000 advance against royalties, and a $1,500 travel grant to participate in the 2009 Autumn House Master Authors Series in Pittsburgh; deadline is June 30, 2010.
*Always read the submission guidelines of every publication to which you submit.
Kristin Bair O’Keeffe’s debut novel, Thirsty, will be published by Swallow Press in 2009. Since moving to Shanghai, China, in 2006, Kristin has been chronicling her adventures (and misadventures) in her blog, “Shanghai Adventures of a Trailing Spouse.” Her essays and articles have appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Poets & Writers Magazine, The Baltimore Review, San Diego Family Magazine, and The Gettysburg Review. She teaches fiction and nonfiction writing and is the curator of Out Loud! The Shanghai Writers Literary Salon. To learn more, visit www.kristinbairokeeffe.com.