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Material published:
Publishes: Fiction; Reviews

Areas include: Crime; Fantasy; Horror; Mystery; Sci-Fi; Short Stories; Suspense; Thrillers

Markets: Adult

Preferred styles: Literary
Submissions policy:
This magazine is not known to have a policy against unsolicited MSS.
Length limits:
Fiction: 6000 words; Articles: 2000 words;
Year founded:
Quarterly with additional issues.
Payment for the author?:
Yes – Contributors selected for 2005 Fall Issue will receive small cash payment.

Additional information

Publishes both emerging and established authors. 2005 Fall Canadian content issue will be available on site for download for free.

An innovative magazine that wants to promote emerging and established writers. Subscribers may submit their novel for a review. Subscribers may also participate in an online forum to discuss works published. Whether you have been published a dozen times before or are seeking your first byline, all that matters to us is that you make us think, make our heart beat a little faster or make our blood run cold. Engage us with your creativity and see your story in print.

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