Bards and Sages Quarterly
|Editor-in-chief||Julie Ann Dawson|
|Categories||Speculative fiction, fantasy, horror, science fiction, short fiction, flash fiction|
|First issue||January 1, 2009|
|Company||Bards and Sages|
|Based in||New Jersey|
Bards and Sages Quarterly is a quarterly fantasy, horror, and science fiction literary magazine published by Bards and Sages, and edited by Julie Ann Dawson. Its first issue was released in January 2009. It is a semi-professional paying market and publishes short and flash fiction.
The Magazine holds an annual Readers Choice Author or the Year contest. Past winners have included Eugie Foster (2009), Julia Martins (2015) and Deborah Cher (2016).
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