AFTERMATH: Explorations of Loss & Grief - Fiction (Go to Poetry)
Radix Media




The inevitable breakdown of a long-term relationship; losing your home due to gentrification; struggling with the deportation of a loved one; navigating the crumbling healthcare situation in Trump’s America.

How do you define loss and grief?

Radix Media presents AFTERMATH: Explorations of Loss & Grief, an anthology that will examine what it means to face the consequences after tragedy strikes. The theme is left intentionally open, giving contributors the freedom to tell their story as it is most relevant to their experiences.


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Flash
500 to 1000 words
6 cents/word

Short Story
1000 to 3000 words
6 cents/word


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69 min | 111.44 mean avg | 116 median | 135 max days
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50.00%
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16.66%
Rejected:
33.33% (33.33% of rejections are personal)
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50.00%
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44.44%
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