Please note, I've added another one below (on Thursday), if you've looked already!
Since there is much talk at the moment amongst blogging colleagues about the loss of more fiction in some women’s magazines, I thought the following selection of markets might be of interest. They are a mixture of submissions and regular competitions.
One short story of around 650 words. You need the coupon from the magazine (which is in Bon Marche shops)
Horror and dark fantasy. Quarterly competitions.
Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine
Famous US Crime Fiction Magazine – all kinds of crime; new writers welcome.
US journal. Good quality short stories. Free submissions and competitions.
High quality literary fiction
Short Stories with an undercurrent. Also regular competitions (one on Devon just now)
Quarterly New Writing section - often themed (women only)
Welsh journal; takes unsolicited short stories.
The Yellow Room
Literary journal. Regular short story competitions
Writing Magazine/Writers’ News
Monthly themed competitions in both magazines; subscribers only in the Writers’ News section.
Excellent monthly short story competition, especially for stories that are a little different. First, 2nd and 3rd prizes. Critique optional. Head judge is Sue Moorcroft.
Over 50s magazine with one short story. No stereotypes.
UK magazines still taking short stories (at the moment) are: Woman's Weekly (and Fiction Special) , People's Friend, My Weekly (if published there before), The Weekly News, Take a Break Fiction Feast. Hope I haven't missed any.