Submissions information current as of April 3, 2019

Crossed Genres welcomes and strongly encourages submissions written by and about people underrepresented in SFF: women, people of color, LGBTQ people, disabled people, etc.!

Submissions are now open for our second micro-anthology, Recognize Fascism!

Submissions will close on June 3rd, 2019. There will be a short crowdfunding project, and assuming it’s successful, we will publish Recognize Fascism in fall of 2019.

We’re looking for personal stories of the moment when people see the fascism in front of them for what it is, accept it as real, and make the choice to fight it. Who are the canaries in the coal mine? When can the long-hidden voice no longer be ignored?

Please visit the Recognize Fascism submission page for the full guidelines and to submit.

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