A few markets to start your week.
Writelink Ghastly Ghost Poem Contest
We're looking for a real skin crawler that must feature some kind of disembodied spirit. Keep lineage to 16 maximum. As usual there is a first prize of £20. There is no limit on the number of entries but please post directly to the website by going to My Writing Desk/Publish and selecting Ghastlyghosts from the Arena drop down menu.
Deadline November 10, 2007.
Print anthology, seeking magreal/surreal/literary with a genre sensibility/hard-to-classify literary stories (fic).
Payment is 4¢/word to a maximum of $400.
Word count: 2,000 -10,000. Opens 1 December 2007.
Deadline: 15 January 2008.
MindFlights is a magazine for fans of fantasy and science fiction. What you submit to us must be speculative. Considersreprints. Pays up to $25.
After familiarizing yourself with the content on AskMen.com, your submission should include a resume, a 750- to 1,000-word sample article (with an introduction, body and conclusion), a brief list of the sections of AskMen.com you want to write in.
AskMen.com's average reader is a male professional between the ages of 18 and 45, with an advanced education. It is therefore important that you know how to write about issues that pertain to men and their lifestyle, in a relaxed and pragmatic approach. Pays $50 per article.
Highlight Magazine Fiction Contest
Prizes: Three prizes of $1,000 each.
Word count: Stories may be any length up to 800 words. Stories for beginning readers should not exceed 500 words. Indicate the word count in the upper right-hand corner of the first page of your manuscript.
No crime, violence, or derogatory humor. Entrants must be at least 16 years old.
Contest open during the month of January 2008 only.
PAY: $10 - $20
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