Here's an updated list of some flash fiction markets, most of which are currently open to submissions.
- Drabblecast: Open. Pays 1.5 cents per word (no payment for stories under 500 words). The editors say "reprints rock."
- Every Day Fiction: Open. Pays $3 per story. No reprints or simultaneous submissions.
- Flash Fiction Online: Open. Pays $50 per story. No reprints or simultaneous submissions.
- Flash Me Magazine: Open through March 31st. Pays $5-20 per story. Reprints OK w/ acknowledgement, no simultaneous submissions.
- Flash Scribe: Open. Pays $1 or $2 for micro fiction, drabbles, and flash fiction. Editors say they "don't really like reprints" but they'll look at them. Simultaneous submissions OK.
- Flashes in the Dark: Open. Non-paying market (but they hope to change this in the future). Reprints and simultaneous submissions OK.
- flashquake: Opens March 1st. Pays $5-25 per story. Reprints and simultaneous submissions OK.
- Many Midnights: Open. Non-paying market at the moment. No reprints or simultaneous submissions. Editor's choice receives homemade books.
- Micro 100: Open. Non-paying market. No reprints. Does not specify if they'll accept simultaneous submissions, but response time is 1 week.
- MicroHorror: Open. Non-paying market. Reprints OK.
- Quick Fiction: Currently closed. Pays in contributor's copies for print journal; no payment for online stories. Reprints OK.
- Residential Aliens: Open through March 31st. Pays $1 per story. Reprints and simultaneous submissions OK.
- Vestal Review: Open through May. Pays 3-10 cents per word. No reprints, but simultaneous submissions OK.
If you haven't gotten a copy of bird ku yet, buy one soon before they sell out. There are still a few copies left.
Also, if you plan on entering the Pinewood Haiku Contest, the deadline is creeping up. Entries must be received by Feb. 14th.