American literary journal Confrontation Magazine (est. 1968) has reopened for submissions of prose and poetry (now until April 15, 2017). Published bi-annually by the English Dept. at Long Island University, the editors accept:
- Short fiction, any genre, up to 7200 words; and flash fiction, up to 500 words. Pays $175-$250/story. (Previous rates were $50-$125/story.)
- Poetry, any genre, up to two pages. Submit up to six poems. Pays $75-$100 per poem. (Previous rates were $25-$75/poem.) (Belinda Kremer serves as Poetry Editor)
- Non-fiction, 1500-5K words. Pays $100-$150 per story. (Previous rates were $50-$125/story).
- Jonna G. Semeiks, editor-in-chief, accepts narratives as well as liberal, political, and other types of expositions. Standalone portions of memoirs are also accepted.
Authors should submit finished manuscripts, instead of querying. Read full writer’s guidelines at Confrontation’s website.