Short Story Submissions

Do you write short stories? If you do, here's an opportunity you don't want to miss out on. Dream Catcher - an international magazine - is looking for short stories of about 2,000 words. 

There's no mention of payment as far as I can see, but this is a good chance to get your foot in the door and be published. I've published a lot of calls for submissions on this blog. And I always try to ensure that they're paid positions. I think that a writer - like every other worker - deserves payment for his/her work. 

Nevertheless, once in a while we have to bite the bullet and give away some of our work to set the ball rolling. Here's what Dream Catcher has said on their site:  

Dream Catcher receives a vast range of submissions from well known and unknown writers. We're interested in quality and diversity. We welcome poetry, short-stories, artwork, interviews and reviews. The poetry can be on any theme, it can be long or short, as well as translations. Short stories of around 2000 words or less will have a better chance for publication.
Of course the best way to discover what we like to publish is to read our magazine. 

You can go here to see their submissions page to decide whether you want to make a go of it or not. Otherwise, feel free to visit my writing opportunities page or my call for submissions page to find something more suitable to you. 99 percent of the work on my writing opportunities page are paid. 


Self Sagacity October 25, 2013 at 4:25 AM  

thanks for this post. I don't have time to write short stories right now, but will look into this when the princess gets a little older.

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