T. Gene Davis’s Speculative Blog

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T. Gene Davis’s Speculative Blog
1424 West 2300 South
Woods Cross UT 84087

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Website: http://www.tgenedavis.com
Guidelines: http://tgenedavis.com/submission-guidelines/

Editor: T. Gene Davis, Editor.
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About The Publication:

“T. Gene Davis’s Speculative Blog publishes a new family-friendly science fiction, fantasy, or horror story every Monday. Most stories are by guest authors.” 80% freelance. Welcomes new writers. Circ. 4K views. Daily. Pays on acceptance. Publishes ms three months after acceptance. Buys first electronic rights worldwide. Responds within three weeks.

Current Needs:

“Stories should be well written speculative fiction. Any well written family-friendly science fiction, fantasy, or horror stories are considered. Do not confuse family-friendly with children’s literature. Stories should be written for adults. A flat fee of $50 is paid after acceptance and signing of the author’s agreement. All payments are through PayPal. There is no set minimum or maximum length for stories. Stories accepted so far include lengths of a few hundred words to a few thousand words. Works over 7000 words are a tougher sell, but will be considered. All submissions must be through the online story submission form. A flat fee of $50 is paid after acceptance and signing.

A flat fee of $50 is paid after acceptance and signing of the author’s agreement. All payments are through PayPal. There is no set minimum or maximum length for stories. Stories accepted so far include lengths of a few hundred words to a few thousand words. Works over 7000 words are a tougher sell, but will be considered. All submissions must be through the online story submission form. See the submission guidelines for details and the current link.

Photos/Art:

“No photos or art are currently purchased.”

Hints:

“Learn what passive sentences are and how not to write them. Show rather than tell what is happening in the story. Find your typos and fix them. Read previously published stories on the blog to make sure you have a feel for the style of stories accepted, and to make sure you are not repeating a story theme or plot.”

Welcomes New Writers: Yes