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    Traditional Magazines accepting YA Fantasy Short Fiction

    Discussion in 'Publisher Discussion' started by Shuvam Das, Jul 5, 2015.

    I've written a Fantasy short story I'm proud of. I'm going to get this published, but I don't know where to send it. It's aimed at a YA audience. So, could you suggest me a few magazines or anthologies I could try sending it to?
     
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    For a list of markets, check out Poets & Writers and Duotrope. Duotrope is $5 a month after a free trial, but last time I checked, it has more markets and more information about submission periods, response rates, etc. So it might be worth it if you submit often.
     
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    There are so many. Just google it. Well, I have heard about Duotrope and it is good. I have not heard about Cicada and Poets & Writers. Just give a try and please update here. thnx
     

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