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Highly Visible Fantasy Markets

This is a follow-up to my earlier post about SF markets.  Using very similar filters, I’ve come up with a list of highly visible fantasy markets.

There are some horror markets thrown in there, as some filters didn’t separate the two.

Markets with stories nominated for World Fantasy Awards 2006:

F&SF 5
Electric Velocipede 1
Twenty Epics 1

Markets with stories appeaing in Year’s Best Fantasy 2005:

F&SF 4
Realms of Fantasy 3
Strange Horizons 3
Tesseracts 3
Asimovs 2
Polyphony 2
Postscripts 1
Talebones 1
Sci Fiction 1

Markets with stories appeaing in Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror 2007:

F&SF 4
Cemetary Dance 2
Realms of Fantasy 1
Strange Horizons 1
Fantasy Magazine 1
Alchemy 3 1
All Hallows 1
Gargoyle 1
Aurelis 1
Fairy Tale Review 1
Journal Mythic Arts 1
New Genre 1
New Yorker 1
Ninth Letter 1
Diagram 1

Markets with at least seven stories getting Honorable Mentions in Year’s Best Fantasy & Horror 2007:

F&SF 22
Fantasy Magazine 20
Realms of Fantasy 16
Strange Horizons 16
Asimovs 16
Chizine 12
Cemetary Dance 11
Postscripts 11
Jabberwocky 11
Masques 11
Dark Wisdom 11
Lone Star Stories 10
On Spec 10
Zahir 10
Dark Arts 10
Interzone 9
Weird Tales 9
Talebones 8
Star*Line 8
Mondo Zombie 8
Shimmer 8
Alchemy 3 7
Electric Velocipede 7
Apex 7
Poe’s Lighthouse 7
Subterranean 7
Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wr 7
Hardboiled Cthulhu 7
Read by Dawn 7
Mythic 7

Clearly F&SF, Realms of Fantasy and Strange Horizons are the ones come up most frequently, with F&SF being the standout. But pretty much any of the titles on these lists would be great places to appear.

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