New entry Feb 26
Preditors & Editors Changeover
With the very sad passing of Dave Kuzminski, who ran P&E, I've taken over the P&E duties. Lots of what I hope are improvements; check it out at pred-ed.com.
Free Web Sites
Free web sites for authors (and others) are available at www.nyx.net.
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Aburt's Quick Market List
Well, that got outdated (markets come & go, web sites move around, etc.). :-)
So instead, this is a list of where you might find other market lists. (Beware that they, too, may be outdated. It's hard to keep up with such a dynamic field!)
- The Black Holes is a list of market response times that I run (that you can add to) -- and people can add market contact/guidelines information to it as well.
- The Market List -- a site dedicated to market listings.
- Click here for a Google search on the terms "market list" and "science fiction". This may lead you to new lists (or old, outdated ones :-).
- Ralan's Webstravaganza -- lots of listsings
- Story Pilot's SF&F Market Engine
- Here are a few extremely well known sites (though even they may move
Note that if you're looking for a particular market, they may still exist at another URL, so if you're really interested in one, look up the name via your favorite search engine. error_reporting (E_ALL ^ E_NOTICE); ?>