For the month of April, all of my "A to Z" posts are directly related to my writing: the markets where I submit my work, in particular. Today, we take a look at Yesteryear Fiction. Here’s what they prefer:
"Anything fantasy. Sword, sorcery, myths, folktales, wizards, gold, elves, dwarves, vampires, dungeon crawl drama, dragons, Tolkien-esque fiction, the supernatural, weird tales, ancient civilizations, sky is the limit. Lengthwise: 4000 words or less. Query on longer pieces (We are interested in running series/chapters of your longer projects! Just let us know!) Our sweet spot: 1000 words or less (500-800) We really like flash fiction! Submit as much and as often as you like! We're not picky, so send it all!"
Pro: a cool little venue; electronic submissions accepted
Con: not a paying market
I haven't submitted any of my work to Yesteryear yet, and I'm not sure if I will. I do so enjoy being paid for my work! But for fantasy flash, it's a good place to give your work some exposure.
Thanks for visiting; enjoy the next "Y" stop on your A to Z tour!