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About Us : An eclectic mix of all flavours of genre fiction
About UsFreedom Fiction is primarily for fans of Speculative Fiction. This consists of genres such as science fiction, fantasy fiction, horror fiction, supernatural fiction, superhero fiction, alternate history, and all their sub-genres. Additionally we are into detective fiction, crime, gangster, hardboiled, noir fiction and very much into pulp fiction.

This is a wide enough net to cast for all you amateur writers. Yes, we aim to publish previously unpublished writers, freelance writers and would be honoured to have published or established writers. If your fiction is unconformist and maybe even not fitting the mentioned genres, do query us and we will see if we can find your story a home at Freedom Fiction. We also publish unheard of genres such as Biker Fiction (made famous in the 70’s by Easyriders magazine). We don’t accept fan-fiction as of now due to ambiguities in its legalities.

We publish flash fiction, fiction short story, fiction novellas and novels as of now.

We are currently not a paying publisher for short-fiction. All content published here will allow the author to retain all copyright and we only hold the web publishing rights and web archive rights to your story. All issues of Freedom Fiction are currently free for readers and we intend to keep it free in the spirit of saving “the short-story” itself. Authors published in Freedom Fiction will be featured with an “About the Author” section on our website. FFJ is open and free to all aficionados of our listed genres.

Like Hemingway said – “Eschew the monumental. Shun the Epic. All the guys who can paint great big pictures can paint great small ones.”

We nominate novellas, novels and stories for the Pushcart Prize every year. You can also join us at our Facebook Page for regular updates of FFJ.

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