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Mind the Gap
A Landscape Analysis of Open Source Publishing Tools and Platforms
publishing 
15 hours ago by crankin
Cosmic Roots and Eldritch Shores
1k up with shorter preferred, pays 6c/word, want uplifting stories with no cussin. open the 21st-28th of March, June, September, December.
markets  publishing 
16 hours ago by jedusor
Ares Magazine
game-oriented, 1-10k with 4-6k preferred, not currently open to submissions
markets  publishing 
16 hours ago by jedusor
Cast of Wonders
As a young adult fiction podcast, we’re looking for stories that evoke a sense of wonder and have something unreal about them. We aim for a 12-17 age range: that means sophisticated, non-condescending stories with wide appeal, and without explicit sex, violence or pervasive obscene language. Think Harry Potter or The Hunger Games.

Stories are presented in audio format, which means our audience rarely skim past boring bits. We’re looking for fiction with strong pacing, well-defined characters, engaging dialogue, and clear action. We like a proper narrative structure and a unique prose style not laden with clichés and over-worn idioms. We like fiction that makes us think, but the main element should be thrilling entertainment and adventure.

We prefer high fantasy — elves, dragons, secondary worlds, and magic — to the more cerebral forms of fantasy you find in adult markets.

We like all forms of science fiction: far-future, near future, space opera, “hard” sci-fi — but it must be accessible to our target audience. This means a minimum of technical jargon.

We’re happy to read comedy, steampunk, horror, urban fantasy, paranormal romance, superheroes and many other genres. All that matters is adherence to our core concept and that critical spark of wonder.
markets  publishing 
17 hours ago by jedusor
Cryptic Carousel
Cryptic Carousel is a US-based company specializing in the design, production, manufacturing, and distribution of esoteric visual and audio related materials
projects  MusicProjects  Resources  Publishing 
20 hours ago by didgebaba
Google might start paying news publishers for content - The Verge
Google is chatting with publishers about potentially paying to include their content in a news product, according to The Wall Street Journal. Most of the talks are with publishers outside the US, the paper says, including in France and Europe more broadly.

“We want to help people find quality journalism—it’s important to informed democracy and helps support a sustainable news industry,” Google said in a statement to the Journal. “We care deeply about this and are talking with partners and looking at more ways to expand our ongoing work with publishers, building on programmes like our Google News Initiative.”
journalism  google  Business  publishing 
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