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Triangulation: Lost Voices Open for Submissions

Parsec Ink, the publishing arm of Pittsburgh sci-fi/fantasy group Parsec, produces a yearly short fiction anthology called Triangulation. This year, Triangulation is edited by my wife, +Jamie Stefko. She is currently accepting submissions for short science fiction, fantasy, and horror stories on the theme, "Lost Voices." The anthology pays $0.02/word for stories up to 6,000 words. You can find guidelines at their site, and submissions are open until February 28, 2015.

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