I have copy-and-pasted guidelines below:
If you like what you read here, and you have something that's more or less up our alley, send it to email@example.com. Be sure to indicate Submission: (genre) by (your name) in the subject line, or it could very well end up bundled with the rest of our junk mail.
There are no limits on word count for prose submissions—we like stories of all sizes, so long as the colors fit. (These days, though, we tend to favor stories running longer than so-called "flash fiction.") Send us just one piece at a time, regardless of length. For poetry, send a maximum of five poems.
In all instances we prefer Rich Text Format files (.rtf), but won't begrudge old Word (.doc) documents. Do not use new Word documents (.docx), as many of us are still living in the 1997-2003 years.
We encourage simultaneous submissions, but let us know immediately if your work has been accepted elsewhere. Previously published material, we are sorry to say, will not be considered.
Your work will always remain yours—we ask only for first- and one-time and archival rights. That means we use your work once, and then we place it lovingly into our archive.
If you don't hear back within four months write us with Query in the subject line and we'll see if it was misplaced.
We do not yet pay our contributors with hard currency, but are hopeful that will change sometime in the future.
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