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Space and Time Magazine Reopens to Submissions
Space and Time  
Date: 14 November 2007

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In summary, stories need to be of a speculative nature and those that cross over the lines between fantasy, horror, and/or science fiction are preferred. Fiction submissions should be no longer than 10K words, with 7,500 words and fewer preferred, and should follow standard manuscript format. All submissions must be sent electronically, as attachments to an email. Submissions sent via snail mail will be returned unread (if a SASE was provided) or discarded (if not). Any author unable to submit electronically should query first and receive approval to send a hard copy. No simultaneous or multiple submissions. No non-fiction articles or reviews are being sought at this time.

Poetry submissions should be sent to Linda Addison as poetryeditor@spaceandtimemagazine.com. Fiction submissions should be sent to Gerard Houarner at fictioneditor@spaceandtimemagazine.com. Artists interested in supplying artwork should query Diane Weinstein at artgoddess@spaceandtimemagazine.com.

Space and Time started life as a 20 page mimeographed side-stapled fanzine produced by author/musician Gordon Linzner. It has gone through several permutations to evolve into its current 8-1/2 x 11, color cover, 48 page format with newsstand distribution, and has figured in the early careers of authors such as Jeffrey Ford and Charles de Lint. Gordon Linzner remains the editor emeritus and continues to provide advice and guidance to the Space and Time staff.

Space and Time subscriptions are available online via PayPal or credit card, or via written request to: Space and Time Magazine, 1308 Centennial Avenue, Ste. 101, Piscataway, NJ, 08854. Space and Time is distributed to retail venues in the US by Ingram Periodicals and Ubiquity Distributors, Inc., and overseas by Back Brain Recluse. It is also available from Amazon.com. Issue #101 is currently available for $5.00 ($6.50 in Canada) and features a lead story by Jack Ketchum.

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