Ideomancer publishes speculative fiction and poetry that explores the edges of ideas; stories that subvert, refute and push the limits. We want unique pieces from authors willing to explore non-traditional narratives and take chances with tone, structure and execution, balance ideas and character, emotion and ruthlessness. We also have an eye for more traditional tales told with excellence.

We are especially interested in non-traditional formats, hyperfiction, and work that explores the boundaries not just of its situation but of the internet-as-page. We are also especially interested in diverse work and the work of diverse authors, and actively welcome submissions from writers of all racial or religious backgrounds, gender identities, national affiliations, and sexual orientations; from neuroatypical writers and writers with disabilities.

We are currently closed to submissions as of June 1, 2015.

12 Responses to “Submissions”

  1. Sandra Odell says:

    The site changes are very nice. Well done!


  2. Have sent a Querie about two short stories (Ravenclaw on 1/21/11, and The Moleskin Cap on 1/31/11) but it came back as no address could be found. Would like to hear from you on this please.

    M. R. Williamson

  3. Sally Kuntz says:

    I have a hyperfiction story I’d like to submit, but have no idea how to format it.

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  9. Joel Eis says:

    I have read that your are currently closed to submissions. Would help me to have something ready if you could tell us when you expect to reopen for submissions.

    J. Eis

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