Every year, the publishers of Radon Journal offers writers of different genres an opportunity to get their works published in their journal.
This is a great opportunity for short story/poetry writers that want to publish their works in a reputable journal and also earn some money in the process.
Radon Journal welcomes short story and poetry submissions containing elements of anarchism, transhumanism, dystopia, or science fiction. Applicants can send stories of up to 3,000 words or up to 5 poems. If you are having a problem with your writing, please read this article: How to Overcome Writer’s Block (10 Tips + Personal Examples)
- Submissions are accepted year-round.
- Simultaneous submissions are welcome.
- Reprints will be taken if the writer has rights.
They request a third-person bio that is 100 words or shorter in your Submittable cover letter.
Guidelines for Prose Submissions.
For the flash fiction and short story category:
- You can submit works of up to 3,000 words.
- You are required to use a submission style similar to the modern manuscript format.
- Utilize single-spacing, and are not required to place their addresses or any identifying information on their cover letter.
Guidelines for Poetry Submissions
Applicants can submit up to five poems in a single Word document. There is no line limit.
The organizers request single-spaced formatting using a standard 12pt font such as Times New Roman, Calibri, or Lato.
The poetry editor prefers free verse poems with narrative elements. Page and spoken word poems are equally welcome.
For original work, Radon Journal asks for first English digital rights and non-exclusive, indefinite archival rights.
Authors published in Radon Journal cannot be accepted into the issue immediately following, but may submit after this period.
How Much Does Radon Journal Pay Contributors?
Radon pays $0.1 per word for fiction and a semi-professional rate of $10 per original poem. Radon also pays $5 for reprints.
Additional questions can be sent to www.radonjournal.com