Polychrome Ink is now open for submissions for Volume Three.
They’re interested in diverse poetry, fiction, and nonfiction. they define diversity as anyone who is not white, heterosexual, and/or cisgender, as well as anyone who is intersex, neuroatypical, and/or who is physically disabled.
They are a paying market, offering $15 for work that is less than 1k words, $25 for poetry, and $40 for work that is 1k–5k words. Go to zillion-press.com/submission-information for more information.