7 contributors on Chill Subs! 🙃
"Stone of Madness Press is a physical [online] and conceptual space for queer, trans, and neurodiverse writers. This project is born of the belief that you belong here, too."
Vibe: Weird / outsider / wtf even is it
Response time:
1 week
Payment:
No
Simultaneous submissions:
Yes
Previously published:
No
Submission fee:
Free
Expedited submissions:
No
Available in print:
No
Examples online:
Yes

Genres

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Fiction

Max words: 1500Up to 2 flash pieces or one longer prose piece
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Nonfiction

Max words: 1500Up to 2 flash pieces or one longer prose piece
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Poetry

Max pieces: 24 pages max

Examples

Contributors on Chill Subs (7)

Rana Bickel

"Rana Bickel (she/they) is a queer Jewish poet from Maryland. Their work has appeared in Stone of Madness Press, Thimble Literary Magazine, and the Jewish Literary Journal. She loves books, community, and rainstorms. "

Hadassah Shiradski

United Kingdom
"Hadassah (she/her) is from the UK, and fell into the horror genre during her undergrad. She has a strong interest in gothic horror, historical fashion, horror RPGs, Alice's Adventures In Wonderland, and folklore. She prefers to write shorter fiction."

Brittney Uecker

MT, United States
"Currently writing about motherhood, aliens, eating disorders, and Taco Bell, sometimes together and sometimes apart."

Luís Costa

London, United Kingdom
"Axious queer poet living in London who enjoys writing about relationships and desire. Longlisted for the 2022 Out-Spoken Prize for Poetry and a finalist of the Write Bloody UK competition. He enjoys wine, food and Bach."

Cara Peterhansel Jocque

South Hadley, MA, United States
"Cara Peterhansel (she/her) is a queer poet from Connecticut. She holds an MFA in Poetry from Sarah Lawrence College. Her work explores the intersections of disability, injury, mental illness, queerness, and intimacy."

Bradley David

Los Angeles, CA, United States
"Bradley David's poetry, fiction, essays, and hybrid works appear in Terrain, Plainsongs, Exacting Clam, Anti-Heroin Chic, Porridge, Stone of Madness, Bureau of Complaint, and others."

Kay Marlow Allen

Boston, MA, United States
"I'm a game designer, poet, & publisher based in Massachusetts. My work creates spaces for resting, reflecting, & connecting, and makes room for the queer, strange, & mysterious. I founded Sword & Kettle Press & edit our journal Corvid Queen."

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