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Quarterly anthologies from Third Flatiron

Third Flatiron Publishing is an e-publishing venture based in Boulder, Colorado, and Ayr, Scotland. They publish digital science fiction and fantasy anthologies with accompanying print editions. Currently the editorial team seek submissions for their 2018 themed anthologies. The focus is on ‘science fiction and fantasy and anthropological fiction’. They like ‘tightly plotted tales in out-of-the-ordinary scenarios’. Light horror is acceptable, if it fits the theme. The editors want short stories which ‘revolve around age-old questions and have something illuminating to tell us as human beings’.

Each anthology also carries ‘a few very short humour pieces; around 600 words. The pieces may be first-person or mini-essays. ‘An SF/fantasy bent is preferred.’

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