Last time I mentioned the dreaded slush pile was in my post Slush Pile Treatment at Tor. Unlike Tor, a big publishing house, SCI FICTION is an online weekly magazine that publishes short science fiction and fantasy stories. The main difference as it pertains to slush piles is that while Tor works mainly with agented authors, SCI FICTION relies on the slush pile.
The Slush God Speaketh... interviewed Kelly Link, a slush reader for SCI FICTION.
You can find the interview here.
Via shaken & stirred
And if we mentioned Tor and SCI FICTION, why not give their guidelines as well:
SCI FICTION's submission guidelines
Tor's submissions' guidelines
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