Limited Demographic: British and Irish authors Note: this is a reprint only publication, of stories published in the current year.
What am I looking for? Best: In the immortal words of the Atlantic Monthly's Ellery Sedgewick: "My selection is made according to the whim of one individual."
British: This is about authorship, not publication. It doesn't matter where the work was first published: I need the author to be a citizen of the United Kingdom or long-term resident. I would like to read stories from UK citizens residing outside of the UK. I would like to read stories from (the other) immigrants that now make the UK their home. And I would like to read stories from UK-born people who live in the UK. Basically, I would like to read stories.
Fantasy: I define fantasy as 'contains some element of the fantastic'. This is deliberately broad, and includes everything from the most epic of epics to the most literary of, uh, literary. Paranormal romance, magical realism, sword & sorcery, steampunk - I think great quality lurks in every subgenre. Try me.
The caveat is, NewCon already publishes terrific science fiction and horror 'best of' series (check 'em out). I'm not going to poach from their fields.
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There are 8 completed reports in the past 12 months.
Averages and Boundaries:
25 min | 120.00 mean avg | 121 median | 213 max days
25.00% - avg 73 days
25.00% - avg 167 days(50.00% of rejections are personal)
3 pending responses (29 min | 42 mean avg | 29 median | 69 max days waiting) Note: pending statistics may skew high if some users neglect their data. We recommend querying after the time the market suggests to query.