The Union County Writers' Club Annual Adult Literary Contest (try saying that five times fast) is taking entries until Halloween in four different categories: Short Story, Children's Story, Fantasy Story, and Poetry. Prizes for Short Story and Children's Story are $30/$25/$10, and for Fantasy/Poetry they are $25/$15/$10. Not a huge prize by any stretch, but entry fees are only $3/poem (two for $5) or $5 per story. And as far as sending reprints, the guidelines state you can not enter anything that has been previously published in a PAID publication. So that poem you had in Blue Collar Review or that story that appeared in Black Petals is fair game to re-use.
Speaking of non-paying publications, here's one to check out. Macabre Cadaver is an online speculative magazine that just put out its third issue. They're looking for unpublished short stories (500 to 8000 words), poetry, nonfiction, and artwork that relates to the speculative genres. No payment, but the magazine is free to read, and there is talk of a print edition in the future which contributors would be paid for.
Let's close with two speculative haiku. The first is a fantasy poem, titled "Lonely Fairy Rath," by R.H. Fay. The other is a scifaiku by the scifaiku master, Deborah P. Kolodji.