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Artemis Magazine

Publisher: LRC Publications

Established: 2000

Accepts Email Submissions: No

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Description: Artemis Magazine publishes science for an educated audience interested in space development, flight, and travel and the best in near-term, near-Earth, hard science fiction.

Editor(s): Ian Randal Strock, Editor

Guidelines URL: Click here for writer's guidelines information.

Address: Ian Randal Strock, Editor

1380 East 17 Street, Suite 201
Brooklyn, NY 11230-6011


Needs: Science: Articles should generally be limited to 5,000 words. We're looking for articles related to the devvelopment of lunar and near-Earth industries, including the role of the Moon in further development of space travel. Remember that the readers, in general, want to know how to get to, build, and live in a lunar colony. Target your work toward a general audience of educated, but not necessarily technically sophisticated, people. Include charts, tables, or photos if necessary, and explain them in the text.

Illustrations should be separate from the text, with captions on a separate page.

Fiction: We're looking for near-term, near-Earth, hard science fiction. As a supporter of the Artemis Project, we're looking especially for stories that aim at lunar and space development, but a good story is a good story. We want well-plotted, character-oriented stories. Technical accuracy is an absolute requirement, but don't bog down the story with unnecessary technical detail: remember that in good "science fiction", both terms ought to receive equal emphasis.

Length: We'll consider any length up to 15,000 words. Shorter is better.

Payment: We pay on acceptance, 3 to 5 cents a word, for science and fiction.

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