During the submission process, you will be given the option to accept or decline the contract (and there is also an option to indicate that you are a minor needing a parent or guardian’s consent to enter into a contract).If you decline the contract as-is, we may, at our discretion, still consider your story and contact you to discuss what contract terms would need to be altered for you to enter into it, but please be aware that the burden of having to enter into contract negotiations could quite reasonably prejudice us against working with you. Submission Process All stories must be submitted through Submittable — we cannot accept stories via email or snail mail. If for any reason you believe that we have held your story without a response past 90 days, please contact us so we can look into it.
Historical/deceased public figures are acceptable as characters.
We do not publish fan fiction and will not publish stories which feature non-original characters, although referencing them (e.g., in a film, as a toy, etc.) is fine, and historical/cultural/legendary characters which are clearly not the property of a single creator (e.g., Santa Claus, King Arthur) are also permissible.
— but our readers prefer pieces that tell or at least hint at a complete story (some sort of action or tension rising to a moment of climax, and at least a clue toward a resolution, though it doesn’t have to be all spelled out).
All fiction genres are acceptable, and stories that don’t fit neatly into any genre are welcome too.
We will gladly provide a link to your blog or website or your preferred social media platform, and if you have books available for sale, we can link to those as well.
Terms and Agreements Due to our aggressive publication schedule, we ask you to agree to our contract as part of the submission process: I hereby grant Every Day Fiction magazine First Rights to publish the above story (online and by subscription, including any subscription method/medium available at the time of publication).While personal experiences and other non-fiction can be great sources of inspiration, please turn them into fiction for us, or send them elsewhere.Our readership is adult, so children’s stories are unlikely to be accepted unless they are relevant to adults as well.And she was also able to stand, which was perfect.” Another reads: “Ideally..don’t stay the night at all. “Charlie is actually more a caricature than he is a character.These issues are satirised to absurdity because I believe the present situation is absurd.” , Beer said that, although general feedback to his story has been positive, some have accused him of writing “a guide to rape.” Although it has a trigger warning included now, commenting on why he did not include one originally - and why he did not explicitly state it was a piece of fiction to begin with - Beer said: “I wanted the fiction to blend with reality in a way that made people realise the issues discussed are disturbingly real, and that we all have it in us to be violent.” Writing for the online magazine - which advocates for the freedom of speech at the nation’s universities - fellow Bristol student, Ben Kew, said, if Beer is punished, “this could be one of the scariest cases of campus censorship to date.” Epigram reports that the university said it stands by its decision to “ask that it be taken down pending a discussion with its author.” Speaking to the , Lynn Robinson, deputy registrar at the university, said the institution takes free speech “very seriously” but also has a duty of care to students.I represent and warrant that I am the sole author of the Work, which is original and not previously published.