Magazine Name: LORE
Website: www.lore-online.com
Editor: Rod Heather & Sean O’Leary
Mailing Address:
Email: info@lore-online.com
Circulation: tbd
Submission Guidelines: http://www.lore-online.com/index.php/submission-guidelines
Approximate Response Time 2 months
Publishes: tbd
Year Founded: 1995
Online Submissions? Yes
Information about your publication: After a ten-year hiatus, the award-winning magazine, LORE, returns to bring you some of the best imaginative fiction, artwork and web content being offered today.? During its initial run, LORE won The Deathrealm Award for Best Magazine, The Dragon?s Breath Award for Best New Magazine and was featured on The SciFi channel?s Sci-Fi Buzz, in addition to seeing coverage in a great many mainstream media outlets.? Some of the fiction LORE published went on to win The Bram Stoker Award, The Deathrealm Award, The World Fantasy Award, and garnered a great many Honorable Mentions in Datlow & Windling?s Years Best Fantasy & Horror. LORE published original works by such luminaries as Harlan Ellison, Brian Lumley, Tom Piccirilli, Jeffrey Thomas, Brian McNaughton, Richard Corben, and many others.? Visit LORE at www.lore-online.com for compelling content, submission guidelines, ad rates, and subscription information. You won?t want to miss the next exciting chapter in LORE?s storied adventure. Be a part of it!? LORE will open for submissions on 8/1/11, and will pay $.05/word for new fiction!
What type of submissions you are looking for: We will consider short stories that can be classified broadly as belonging to the Horror, Science Fiction or Fantasy genres. Expand our horizons, challenge or fine-tune convention. We love well-done genre blending and bending, too, like John W. Campbell, Jr.’s ?Who Goes There?,? H.P. Lovecraft?s ?At The Mountains of Madness,? Philip K. Dick?s ?The King of the Elves,? and C.S. Lewis?s ?Space? trilogy. Other authors whose work we enjoy include Jorge Luis Borges, Harlan Ellison, R.E. Howard, M.R. James, Brian McNaughton, Clifford D. Simak, Clark Ashton Smith, and J.R.R. Tolkien. Submissions should be between 2,000 and 6,000 words.