Writing Magazine


The Common Tongue magazine publishes dark fantasy and speculative fiction online, plus fantasy anthologies. They like a multicultural mix of work and welcome subs from authors anywhere, but are particularly keen on ‘writers whose voices give better understanding of cultures, human interconnectivity, and social issues in the world’.

Submit all work online. Fiction, 600-6,000 words, may be in an original setting or their Athuruin Shared Universe. Fiction should be filled with a ‘sense of foreboding mystery,

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