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Monthly Archives: August 2010

Proppian Fairy Tale Generator

Yes, the internet has automated everything, even writing fairy tales. Of course, there’s no telling how good it will actually be, but the Proppian Fairy Tale Generator lets you select a few major elements from a checklist and then, well,  generates a fairy tale, automagically.  Granted, it does take a lot of the, um, fun […]

Pratchett Prize

Do you write “speculative fiction”? Is your novel set on an alternate Earth? Are you a current resident of the UK? Could you use some money? If you answered “yes” to all of those questions, and can submit your work before the end of the year, you may want to check out the Terry Pratchett […]

“New” Market: Brain Harvest

Okay, not the newest market any more, but they’re still buying short fiction. Specifically, Brain Harvest is buying ultra-short speculative fiction, preferably under 750 words. And, I think, they pay pretty well for that market.

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