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Bull Spec Submission Guidelines

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Electronic submissions only.

 

Editors: Natania Barron and Eric Gregory, Fiction Editors. Dan Campbell, Poetry Editor.

Submitting Your Work to Bull Spec

Before submitting to Bull Spec

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If you have recently submitted to Bull Spec or have experience with this market, please submit a comment below. Recent submission response times are always welcome and helpful to other writers.

From the Bull Spec guidelines:

STATUS: OPEN TO FICTION SUBMISSIONS AS OF 1 OCTOBER 2011 UNTIL (PLANNED) 30 NOVEMBER 2011

STATUS: CLOSED TO POETRY SUBMISSIONS AS OF 27 OCTOBER 2011 UNTIL (AT LEAST) 6 JANUARY 2012

FICTION: I'll read from about 1000 words (soft edges) to 8000 words (soft edges) but my sweet spot is in the 2000-4000 word range. What I'm looking for: amazing speculative fiction (science fiction, fantasy, slipstream, etc.) of any subgenre. What I'd like to see more of: (1) near or further future science fiction with a more optimistic voice and picture of our shared future; (2) well-written non-contemporary fantasy. Note: I'm unlikely to like your story if it has significant amounts of graphic violence or sex, trebly so if it's gratuitous.

Submission Guidelines Details for Bull Spec

Market Type: Magazine, Professional Market

Contact: Natania Barron and Eric Gregory, Fiction Editors. Dan Campbell, Poetry Editor

Email: submissions@bullspec.com

Accepts: Science Fiction, Fantasy, Slipstream

Simultaneous Submissions: Yes

Multiple Submissions: No

Web Address: http://www.bullspec.com/

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