No, Jen, that was not a typo. Great Mystery and Suspense, a new print mag, pays 50 Bucks for a new story, 25 for a reprint.
If you love Lira, have a yen for Yen, or drool over Dollars, check it out:
Hey, Jen, if you want some editors to add to your hit list, I can give you a few names. HehHehHeh.
Like you, I'm writing mostly shorts these days and was lucky enough to place some in anthologies. Also working on a sequel to my novel. If you're looking for short mystery markets, check out a couple of ezines: Crime and Suspense and Mouth Full of Bullets. Mysterical-e is still a favorite ezine of mine, too. Also, Great Mystery and Suspense is a new print mag that PAYS for stories.
Jenifer, you foxy devil, you! Wonderful to see you again. I see you still haven't learned how to spell your name. There are supposed to be two "n's in Jennifer. After all this time, I suppose we'll just have to let you spell it your own way.
I also see you've hyphentated your last name and, judging from your pic, you're living in a tree. Well, if that's what you want, who am I to make judgment. (You do remember I'm a kidder, right?)
I see no one wants to get in the middle of the Great Hat Debate. Y'all just don't want to get on Ant Jan's bad side. Can't say I blame you. HehHehHeh. I'm sure most of you know Jan and I are close pals. Next time she comes through town, I'm gonna see if she wants to swap hats. Hers doesn't have any bullet holes.