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Mythaxis Magazine


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Established in 2008 by Gil Williamson, Mythaxis has always been focused on the fiction, with as little distraction as possible - no ads, no clutter, just words on the page to transport you somewhere else.

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Country of Publication & Year Established

United Kingdom Established in 2008

Publication Medium & Frequency

Electronic Publication Electronic PublicationPublished 4 x per year.

Fiction Temp Closed


Will be open to submissions from 23 July 2024* (approx. 54 days from now) through 30 July 2024. 3


Open to a broad Audience.

Fantasy FantasyOpen to all/most Subgenres.
Science Fiction Science FictionOpen to all/most Subgenres.
Short Story Short Story1,000 - 5,000 words.

Open to all/most Styles, including: Mainstream.


Open to all/most Topics.


Semi-pro payment (1-4.9 US cents per word) Semi-pro payment. Details: EUR €0.01/word, with a €20 minimum.


Methods: Email. Online form.
Reprints: Reprints are NOT allowed.
Simultaneous submissions: Simultaneous submissions are allowed.
Media: Text.

This project has permanently closed to submissions in this category.

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Mythaxis Magazine Submission Statistics — Free Preview!

The statistics in this section are compiled from submission reports sent to us through our submission tracker. They are not provided by the publication's editors/staff or by Duotrope's admins. Information in this section is updated a few times per day. Learn more about the statistics.
AccuracyWe have received 80 reports from 64 different members within the past 12 months, not including pending responses (see below). The more responses reported, the more accurate the information.
Days Reported3 min | 18.9 mean avg | 20.0 median | 32 max days (7.0 std dev)
Responses97.50 %
Acceptances5.00 % of submissions accepted (16.8 avg. days per acceptance) | 6.25 % of submitters accepted Rejections are often underreported, which skews the statistics in favor of acceptances. Most publishers have a lower acceptance rate than indicated here.
Rejections92.50 % (19.0 avg. days per rejection) | 13.5 % personal, 70.3 % form, 16.2 % unspecified
Non-Responses2.50 %
Never Responded-
Withdrawals2.50 % (19.0 avg. days per withdrawal)
Pending7 responses are pending (29 min | 44.7 mean avg | 31.0 median | 121 max days waiting | 33.8 std dev) from 7 different members This only includes pending reports from users who have been active on Duotrope within the past 30 days

Other Information

The editors will try to make a decision within 14 days. (65.0 % of the responses reported to us for this listing have taken longer than 14 days.)
Do not query on the status of your submission before 30 days have passed.
Most submissions are acknowledged within one day.
Most recent response reported was received on 27 May 2024.
Responses have been received for submissions sent as recently as 30 Apr 2024.

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Last Updated: 22 May 2024
Last Audited: 22 May 2024. (We audit each active listing twice a year. Learn more at link.)
Date Added: 04 Feb 2013

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