Updated my where-to-submit-short-fiction file today, so here's a copy & paste, Y'all . . .
Any Speculative fictionhttp://www.themidnightdiner.com/submit-your-work/http://provisionbooks.com/category/online-journal/http://www.digitaldragonmagazine.net/http://www.crossandcosmos.com/
Hard science fiction.http://www.resaliens.com/http://www.raygunrevival.com/
Wikkipedia had this to say about Ray Gun Revivalâ€™s space-opera genre:
Space opera is a subgenre of speculative fiction that emphasizes romantic, often melodramatic adventure, set mainly or entirely in outer space, generally involving conflict between opponents possessing advanced technologies and abilities."
From ~ Johne Cook, Overlord of RGR: Ray Gun Revival does not publish anything overtly Christian. They specialize in qualitative pre-evangelistic fiction. The editor took time to comment on the matter . . .
Frank, to be clear, RGR does not publish overt Biblical spec-fic, but there's a good reason for that. Because our audience are secular sci-fi fans who would otherwise not darken the door of a church or stick around for blatantly Christian stories, we choose to look for stories with a clear moral message such as is common in the clear black and white vibe of space opera and golden age sci-fi / pulp adventure stories. I think of our stuff as pre-evangelistic. It is true that many of us are sympathetic to Biblical spec-fic, but it would be a misnomer to say that RGR is typified by that.
We know our audience, and we're taking the harder road of trying to get a first toe-hold with that audience without driving them off.