New Blog: Dark Corner Newsstand

For a while now I have been thinking about putting together a site for links to indie markets for short genre fiction, and I’ve finally decided to do it. I have also decided to join the Amazon Affiliate Program, and will be using Amazon Affiliate links. I don’t expect to make a lot of money, but I won’t turn it down.

Primarily I want to try to collect all the links to indie publishers of short fiction magazines and anthologies into one place so that I’ve got a short answer to the question, “Where do I go for quality SF, Fantasy, or Horror short stories?”

So this is it, The Dark Corner Newsstand. It’s now very much a work in progress–I’m still working on putting up the links. In time I’d also like to include reviews, links to reviews from other sites, and any promotional material the presses themselves want to send me.

I’m actively soliciting markets to include, please feel free to contact me with any suggestions.

My intention is to make the site primarily for readers, but information regarding calls for submissions is also welcome.

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About MishaBurnett

I am the author of "Catskinner's Book", a science fiction novel available on Amazon Kindle. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008MPNBNS
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4 Responses to New Blog: Dark Corner Newsstand

  1. H.P. says:

    The Amazon Associates program is a good way to make tens of dollars blogging.

    I’ve been making desultory swipes at something that might eventually become a blog post on magazines doing pulp-esque stuff. Here is the list I have (some non-SF):
    Cirsova
    Skelos
    Tales From the Magician’s Skull
    Broadswords & Blasters
    StoryHack
    Astounding Frontiers
    Heroic Fantasy Quarterly
    Occult Detective Quarterly
    Weirdbook
    Econoclash Review
    Switchblade Magazine
    Three Crows Magazine
    Swords & Sorcery Mag

  2. What is the Amazon Affiliates Program and how does it work?

    • MishaBurnett says:

      Amazon pays people for driving traffic to their site. You set up an account and they provide you with customized links. When customers click on your links, the site keeps track that the customer came from you and pays you a commission if they buy a product.

      If you go to Amazon and search for “Affiliates” it will take you to all the technical information.

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