That stands for Unidentified Funny Objects. This anthology is probably one of the more intimidating ones I’ve posted about, because past collections have included such writers as Neil Gaiman and George R.R. Martin. Bad news, the competition is fierce. Good news, if you get in, people are going to start learning your name, my friend.
Genre- Science fiction humor. This is supposed to be funny, not a romantic space opera or a downer piece where everyone dies. (Makes you wonder how Martin got in.)
Word Count- 500 to 5000
Submission Window- Because they’re not taking anything yet. April 1 to April 30.
Payout- Seven cents per word.
Wait Time- Thirty Days
Rights- First worldwide publishing rights.