SciFan Magazine

There are presently no open calls for submissions.

We are accepting short stories in the science fiction, fantasy and science fantasy genres for our monthly digital and print magazine.

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Below are some general requirements. See the categories at the bottom of this page for full submission guidelines relating to each category.

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Genre Requirements

 All content must fall into one of the science fiction and fantasy sub-genres. You can view categories on a popular site such as Amazon to see which sub-genres this includes. T

Content Requirements:

 1.       Short Stories

a.       Must be between 1,000 and 10,000 words.

b.       Must be a complete short story with beginning, middle and end.

2.       Previews

a.       Must be 10% or less of the finished product or less than 15,000 words, whichever is less.

b.       Complete title must be available for pre-order or sale at the time of submission or submitter must specify when it will be available for pre-order (must be prior to publication of the issue).

3.       Related Content

a.       Must be greater than 300 words but less than 2,500 words.

b.       Must be related to science fantasy.

c.       Can fall into any of the following sub-categories:

                                                               i.      Book reviews

                                                             ii.      Movie reviews

                                                           iii.      Television series reviews (not individual episodes – season review or greater)

                                                           iv.      Video game reviews

                                                             v.      Author interviews

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