I love magazines with themes or prompts, because they expose the many, many ways our minds work differently to produce so many stories from one kernel of an idea.
For all you fiction writers out there, if you're having writer's block or if you want to challenge yourself to write something you normally wouldn't, try writing for one of the magazines or e-zines below.
Paying Markets ($10-$50)
THEMA Literary Journal. Each issue is based closely around a specific theme. All genres. Reprints accepted. Current and upcoming themes: "Was that today?" and "We thought he'd never leave." Submission guidelines
The First Line Literary Magazine. Each story must start with the same sentence. All genres. Current and upcoming first lines: "Fifty miles west of Bloomington lies Hillsboro, a monument to middle-class malaise," and "We went as far as the car would take us." Submission Guidelines.
Pantheon. As the name suggests, this magazine's issues center around various gods and goddesses. All genres welcome. Reprints accepted, but unpaid. Current themes: "Ares" and "Gaia." Submission Guidelines.
Read my whole article here: Writers On the Move