Piltdown Review - Fiction (Go to Poetry)



Piltdown Man was the most infamous hoax in the history of paleo­anthro­pology, confounding experts for decades.

The Piltdown Review is a journal of remarkable finds. Like Piltdown Man, everything that appears here was constructed by human beings striving for the greatest possible verisimilitude.

We publish fiction that balances elegant writing with actual story, and poetry that hits you in the sweet spot between imagery and ineffability. In short, we bring you the sort of work that we prefer to read.

We hope it will delight and confound you.


This market charges fees to submit.


Market Genres, Styles & Subjects
Genres
General

Market Types, Lengths & Pay Scale
Short Story
1000 to 7500 words
1 cent/word

Novelette
7500 to 10000 words
1 cent/word


Market Submission Types
Electronic Submissions?: Yes
Postal Submissions?: No
Reprints?: Yes
Multiple Submissions?: No
Simultaneous Submissions?: No

Market Response Data
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Accuracy:
There are 1 completed reports in the past 12 months.
Averages and Boundaries:
25 min | 25.00 mean avg | 25 median | 25 max days
Responded:
100.00%
Accepted:
-
Rejected:
100.00% - avg 25 days (0.00% of rejections are personal)
Rewrites:
-
Dead Letters:
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Lost/Returned:
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Never Responded:
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Withdrawn:
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Pending:
0 pending responses (0 min | 0 mean avg | 0 median | 0 max days waiting)
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