My story, Marma Shells, of aliens, Africa and fractals appears in the current issue of On the Premises.
The current contest is open and the premise is:
MYTHS AND LEGENDS
"In some way, some kind of myth or legend needs to be important to the story. The judges won’t care whether the myth or legend is true. “Family legends,” like the time Cousin So-and-So did something memorable, are fine as long as the story is fiction. (In other words, as long as you’re making it up!)"
Prize money is $40-$180. Here are the contest rules (it's free to enter). I recommend this contest very highly. The editors were wonderful to work with. Here's some extra help for those of you considerting it, an interview wtih Tarl Rodger Kudrick at Six Question For . . . .
Also: reporting the sale of a poem to the Future Lovecraft anthology. I adore the Cthulho mythos.