The Future Fire magazine is looking for:
[...] beautiful and useful fiction that focuses on the social-political elements of imaginary, futuristic, fantastic, horrifying, surreal or otherwise speculative universes. We are particularly interested in feminist, queer, postcolonial and ecological themes, writing by under-represented voices, and stories from outside the Anglophone world. If you are thinking of submitting a piece of writing for consideration byThe Future Fire, please read some recent issues to get a feel for the sorts of speculative fiction we are looking for.
They're after stories up to 10,000 words, as well as poems. They pay $20 for fiction and $10 for poetry.
All submissions are read anonymously and judged on their merits and fit to TFF's goals. We actively encourage the submission of stories by women, people of colour, LGBTQ+ folk, differently abled, and other groups under-represented in genre fiction.
Reda the full guidelines here: http://futurefire.net/guidelines/fiction.html