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Cirsova is Looking for SFF Writers!

If you’re into planetary romance and heroic fantasy… then you may want to consider getting in on this!


Are you a Sci-fi/Fantasy writer?  Then I may be looking for you!  Cirsova is launching a semi-pro zine focusing on Sword & Planet and Heroic Fantasy fiction.  Please share, reblog, retweet, whatever!  Get the word out!

What are you looking for?

4-6 Original short stories between 2000-7500 words.

1 or 2 short essays on the subjects of S&P, Heroic Fantasy, Pulps, Pulp Art, or any of those subjects’ effect on tabletop gaming.

Submissions should be in finished, final draft form.  Please do not send unedited works, excerpts or pitches.  Well, you can send me a pitch, and if it sounds awesome, I will tell you “That sounds awesome, now write that story, make sure it’s edited, and submit that to me”, but that’s it.

What do you mean by “Sword & Planet” and “Heroic Fantasy”?

“Sword & Planet” typically refers to a style of romantic swashbuckling fiction that takes place on Earth-like non-Earth…

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4 responses to “Cirsova is Looking for SFF Writers!

  1. Gary N. Mengle September 16, 2015 at 8:42 am

    Hmmm, indeed.

    Thanks for the pointer on this.

  2. BobtheCertifiedIdiot September 16, 2015 at 11:05 am

    Ooo, shiny.

  3. Cirsova September 16, 2015 at 11:16 am

    Hey, thanks! I’m already getting a bigger response than I was expecting. I’m pretty stoked.

  4. Library Bob September 16, 2015 at 2:42 pm

    Thanks, Jeffro; I’m looking forward to getting in on this.

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