Tag Archives: Submissions

Crossed Genres opens to submissions for new anthology – MENIAL: Skilled Labor in SF

February 1, 2012

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Other people treat laborers like the dirt they work with. But skilled labor is crucial to the continuation of human culture on earth – and if we ever wish to visit the stars, skilled labor will be indispensable. We want stories about men and women who understand the nuts and bolts, the atmosphere and the [...]

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Fat Girl in a Strange Land: Submissions open for new anthology

May 11, 2011

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Crossed Genres Publications is now accepting submissions for a new anthology, to be published in February 2012: ~ Fat Girl in a Strange Land ~ In line with our mission to publish progressive speculative fiction, we’re opening for submissions to our Fat Girl in a Strange Land anthology. For it, we’re seeking science fiction and [...]

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CGP Newsletter: New issue, Open to subs, Ebooks & contest

May 1, 2011

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There are so many things going on in the CGP world, we decided a newsletter was in order! 1. CROSSED GENRES #30: LUCK RELEASED 2. CG MAGAZINE RE-OPEN TO SUBMISSIONS 3. CGP TITLES NOW AVAILABLE THROUGH EBOOK RETAILERS 4. SCIENCE IN MY FICTION CONTEST 2011: OFFWORLD 5. READERCON CROSSED GENRES #30: LUCK RELEASED CG Magazine’s [...]

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CGP re-opens to novel submissions!

April 5, 2011

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That’s right, after a long break, Crossed Genres Publications is once again OPEN to novel submissions! We’re looking for completed speculative fiction manuscripts of 50,000-100,000 words. Advances and royalties for accepted titles, to be published in print and ebook formats. Please visit the novel submissions page for more details. Send us your best, brightest and [...]

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Crossed Genres closed to submissions in April: Will re-open May 1

April 1, 2011

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No, this isn’t an April Fool’s Day joke. Really! We’ve decided to make a small adjustment to Crossed Genres Magazine’s schedule. Crossed Genres is closed for submissions for the month of April. Submissions will re-open on May 1. Genres for the rest of the year are now posted on the Current Genre page. The next [...]

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Big Changes to Crossed Genres magazine

October 23, 2010

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As we’ve previously announced, starting with issue 25 (December 2010) the editorship of Crossed Genres magazine is being turned over to Jaym Gates and Natania Barron. As we’ve developed the transition, Jaym, Natania, Kay and Bart have spoken at great length about the form and direction of Crossed Genres. Based on those conversations, we’re implementing [...]

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LAST DAY to submit to the Characters of Color issue!

September 30, 2010

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TODAY (Thursday, Sept. 30) is the FINAL DAY to get your submissions in for the Characters of Color issue of Crossed Genres! (More info here) As stated earlier, we welcome and encourage submissions with Characters of Color at all times. However, please help us make this special double-sized issue extra impressive! Send your stories before [...]

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Tomorrow (Thursday) last day to submit to Characters of Color issue!

September 29, 2010

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Tomorrow (Thursday, Sept. 30) is the FINAL DAY to get your submissions in for the Characters of Color issue of Crossed Genres! (More info here) As stated earlier, we welcome and encourage submissions with Characters of Color at all times. However, please help us make this special double-sized issue extra impressive! Send your stories before [...]

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CoC & LGBTQ: lost months

September 27, 2010

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We’re approaching the end of September, and depending on how those last few days go we have a reasonable chance of receiving more submissions to our Characters of Color issue than we did last year, for our double-sized LGBTQ issue. Of course we’ve had an entire year more to build readership and be heard of [...]

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Now accepting submissions to Characters of Color issue

September 1, 2010

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People of color are dramatically underrepresented in speculative fiction. So for our second annual oversized “end-of-year” issue, we’ve chosen Characters of Color as the theme. All main characters must be characters of color. This applies to both fiction and artwork. We will consider submissions from everyone, regardless of race or ethnicity – what we’re looking [...]

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