Beneath Ceaseless Skies submission guidelines and market information

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Beneath Ceaseless Skies Submission Guidelines

Submission Address

Electronic submissions only. See guidelines.

 

Editor: Scott H. Andrews

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From the Beneath Ceaseless Skies guidelines:

Beneath Ceaseless Skies publishes "literary adventure fantasy": stories with a secondary-world setting and some traditional or classic fantasy feel, but written with a literary approach.

Secondary-World Setting: We want stories set in what Tolkien called a "secondary world": some other world that is different from our own primary world in some way. It could be different in terms of zoology (non-human creatures), ecology (climate), or physical laws (the presence of magic). It could be set on Earth but an Earth different from our primary world in terms of time (the historical past) or history (alternate history). It could have a "pre-tech" level of technology, or steampunk technology, or magic as technology, or anything else that's not advanced or modern technology. However, the setting should contain some element that is in some way fantastical.

Submission Guidelines Details for Beneath Ceaseless Skies

Market Type: Magazine, Professional Market

Contact: Scott H. Andrews, Editor

Accepts: Fantasy

Simultaneous Submissions: No

Multiple Submissions: Yes

Reprints: No

Web Address: http://beneath-ceaseless-skies.com/

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