March Reprints: Week 3

Larry dresses his tiger in handmade shirts from Bali. When Michael got drafted, he tried to take his tiger with him, but the army said the tiger might scare the enemy. Roberto, a magician, taught his tiger how to disappear.

March Reprints: Week 2

  If the egg splits, its sides falling open just enough for the fuzz-capped head of the child to emerge, then the story might be allowed to end. When the egg is found… Continue reading

March Reprints: Week 1

Darrell has two choices, one good choice and one bad choice. We cannot be sure which is which, however, perhaps because we are only as human as Darrell, which is to say, seven-eighths human and one-eighth alien.

Submission Call: Previously Published Work

Are you by any chance looking for someplace to send a story that you’ve already had published? We may be able to help with that.

Winter 2017 Issue

Our Winter 2017 issue of Psychopomp Magazine is available now. Featuring fiction by Julia Coursey, Lindsay Fowler, James R. Gapinski, and Nikki Stein. You can read the full issue on your computer or… Continue reading

Interview: Jason Marc Harris

Writer Jason Marc Harris answered questions from Psychopomp‘s own editorial intern, Xai Thao, about writing, teaching, and his story “The Handle,” A Psychopomp Magazine Short Fiction Award finalist in 2016. You can read… Continue reading

Issue 13

The Fall 2016 issue of Psychopomp Magazine is now live.

Featuring work by McKenzie Hightower, Morgan Fox, Hugh Behm-Steinberg, and Vera Kurian.