Free Submissions for the Month of July

We’ve decided to make the month of July a free reading period for our Fall 2014 and Winter 2015 Issues. Send us your stuff via submittable. Be sure to take a look at what we’ve… Continue reading

Audio Recording of Any Old Apocalypse (Issue # 4)

Chelsea Werner-Jatzke recently did a reading of her story, “Any Old Apocalypse,” which we published in Issue 4 and was kind enough to share it with us. Click here to go to her… Continue reading

Issue 4

The Summer 2014 Issue of Psychopomp Magazine is now available! This marks the completion of the first year of the Psychopomp. Thank you to all our contributors this quarter: Shilita Montez, Robert Morgan… Continue reading

Chat with the Editors: Psychopomp Magazine Submission Process

Cole Bucciaglia: We thought we’d discuss our acceptance statistics and submission process so that writers can get a little behind the scenes look if they are sending in their work. There are great… Continue reading

Free Reading Period

Psychopomp Magazine is currently open to free submissions!

Issue 3 Release

The Spring 2014 issue of Psychopomp Magazine is here! We’re pleased to bring you another quarter of great work. Issue 3 features prose by Jennifer Clements, Wilna Panagos, Christopher DiCicco, Lisa Beebe, and… Continue reading

Special Contest Feature: Kelsie Hahn

Kelsie Hahn’s story, “Looking,” was named a finalist in the 2014 Psychopomp Magazine Short Fiction Contest. We’re very pleased to be able to feature it now on our website. Below is a little teaser… Continue reading

Special Contest Feature: Lisa Nohner

Lisa Nohner’s moving story about the love between a parent and child, “Daughter Electric,” was named a semi-finalist in the 2014 Psychopomp Magazine Short Fiction Contest. We’re very pleased to be able to… Continue reading

Contest Results

Congratulations to the winner of the Psychopomp Magazine Short Fiction Award, Allie Marini Batts! Her story, “Summer of the Cicada,” was selected by Timothy Schaffert for the first place prize of $500 and… Continue reading

Book Review: Lungs Full of Noise by Tessa Mellas

I’m drawn to books with otherworldly covers, with titles that seem to speak both to the grittiness of reality and the unexpected horror and beauty of the fantastic. Lungs full of Noise, the… Continue reading