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Taking Submissions: Coming Together Under The Stars

| April 24, 2014 | 0 Comments

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Deadline: August 15th, 2014
Payment: CHARITY Anthology, one digital copy

Space, the final frontier… We thought we were alone in the universe… Cosmic forces beyond all comprehension… humans and aliens wrapped in 2,500,000 tons of spinning metal, all alone in the night…
Erotica writer and geekess extraordinaire, Lynn Townsend, is looking for a new, erotic spin on science fiction. Called the “literature of ideas,” science fiction deals with futuristic settings, alien life forms, advanced technology, space travel, and other innovations, and has been used for centuries to frame stories to explore identity, morality, social structure, and desire. What it means to be human, among aliens. What binds us together, and what keeps us apart.
The final book will contain the best of erotic science fiction, a wide range of characters, pairings, ideas, situations, and exploration, of both worlds and bodies. From the depths of the teams working to build a planet-saving device, to the trenches of alien warfare, to the forbidden longings for other sentient species, Coming Together: Among the Stars will take readers to the very edge of the universe and back.
Standard Port Rules apply:
No underage (aliens must be mature, regardless of how many solar rotations they have currently survived), no non-consensual scenes, no scat, incest, necrophilia (excepting space vampires or other undead), or bestiality (intelligent aliens/robots are exempted). Any pairings or groupings accepted and encouraged. Heat level, medium-warm to nuke my brain! Happily Ever After or Happy For Now not mandatory, but NO snuff. I’m looking for satisfying science fiction and incredible sex first and foremost.
Deadline for submissions is August 15, 2014. Send double-spaced, 12 point font (Times New Roman or Georgia) in .doc or .rtf format, 2,000 – 4,500 word stories to amongthestars@eroticanthology.com, with “ATTN: Coming Together, your pen-name, your story title” in the subject line. Poetry will also be considered. Indent the first line of each paragraph, do not add extra lines between paragraphs. US English grammar please (double quotes around dialog. If your story requires non-comprehensible speech, other punctuations may be acceptable, brackets, etc. Consistency is key.). Only submit your final, best version of the story; do not send multiple versions of the same story. Up to two stories will be considered from each author. Include your legal name (and pseudonym if applicable and be clear which one is which), mailing address, and up to 75 word bio. For this anthology, please include a line establishing your geek-cred. (For example: Lynn Townsend saw Star Wars for the first time when she was five years old and has been dreaming of the stars ever since.) You will be notified as to the status of your story by no later than September 30, 2014.
This is a charity anthology. Contributors will receive an ebook copy of the publication. Additional compensation in karma. International Still’s Disease Foundation will benefit from all proceeds. Still’s disease is a form of arthritis that is characterized by high spiking fevers and an evanescent salmon-colored rash. Still’s disease was first described in children, but it is now known to occur, much less commonly, in adults.

Via: Paid By The Weird.

Taking Submissions: The Black Swordsman

| April 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

Miskatonic

Deadline: October 24th, 2014
Payment: Exposure and Royalties. $20 per story.

Flash fiction & Short Stories (1,000 – 1,600 words).
Poetry and re-prints will also be considered.
The Knights of the Realm go to war….against the damned and forsaken!
For this anthology we are looking for medieval horror, scifi, etc. Other than that,
feel free to be creative.
Dark fairy tales, bizarre, horror, surrealism, dark science-fiction and steam punk.
Submission guidelines:
Deadline for submissions – October 24th, 2014 – or until full.
Word Count: 1,000 – 1,600 words.
Please submit your manuscript as a *.rtf, *.doc or *.docx file (all other formats
will automatically be rejected. Contact me prior to submitting if this presents an
issue for you.)
No headers, footers or page numbers.
Please check grammar. PLEASE!!!
Upon acceptance into the anthology, you agree that Miskatonic Press holds exclusive
publishing rights for six months from the date of publication; after that date has
passed, all intellectual property rights revert to the author with the proviso that
Miskatonic Press retains distribution rights in the format of the contracted
anthology.
This title will be available as an e-book and eventually trade quality paperback.
Michael Porter will be presiding over this anthology.
Email your submission as an attachment to: porterassist81@gmail.com
The email subject line must read “SUBMISSION – SWORDSMAN – ‘your story title’” or
your submission will not be considered for this anthology.
Successful applicants will be notified before the deadline has expired.

Via: Miskatonic Press.

Taking Submissions: People Eating People – A Cannibal Anthology

| April 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

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Deadline: Open Until Full *GASP!*
Payment: Even split of net profits between Editor, Authors, and Illustrator. Paid quarterly.
Note: I know I usually don’t post open until full subs but, hey there aren’t many with cannibals that pay right now

This will be a very small project. Many of the stories will be solicited from friends of mine, both IRL and online. That doesn’t mean they aren’t accomplished authors. So, there aren’t many open spots.

This idea was born as a reaction to an editor’s complaint about the volume of cannibal submissions he received through Apex’s slush pile. With large markets, themes and tropes tend to come in waves. Apparently that wave includes cannibals right now. So some of his friends, and mine, started joking about starting a cannibal-themed anthology. Well, here we are.

What are we looking for? Cannibals, obviously. But we aren’t looking for the same tired stories that feature inbred hillbillies capturing college spring-breakers and serving them up for lunch. You see it in film even more than fiction; The Hills Have Eyes, Dying Breed, Wrong Turn etc… Give us something fresh. Sexy cannibals. Philosophic cannibals. Lawyer cannibals. Quiltbag cannibals. Cannibal angels. Cannibal steampunk. Alt. History with cannibals. A cannibal family drama.

What we are not looking for. Rapey cannibals. Hillbilly cannibals. Racist cannibals. Tribal cannibals. There’s always exceptions to the rules, but if you use any of these things it better be a damned good story.

Poetry – Query, you never know.

Word Limit: 8,000 – Query for longer.

Format: Standard Manuscript Format http://www.shunn.net/format/story.html

Response Time: 2 weeks or less, depending on volume.

Pay: Even split of net profits between Editor, Authors, and Illustrator. Paid quarterly. Fewer authors = more money. So I’ll be favoring longer stories, though won’t rule out shorter ones depending on the quality and other factors.

Publisher: Self published in Kindle Format and possibly Createspace depending on interest.

Please send submissions to HardBoiledDimension@Gmail.com using “Submission” in the subject line. Use this address for queries as well.

Deadline: Until Filled. This page will stay updated. If it’s not, feel free to query.

Editor: Dusty Wallace @CosmicDustMite

Via: Dusty’s Version.

Taking Submissions: State of Horror: Louisiana

| April 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

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Submission Period: May 1, 2014 and August 1, 2014
Payment: Royalties are 50% of the sales per eBook and Print book divided between the authors, paid every six months and a contributor’s copy

As part of the State of Horror Anthologies, Charon Coin Press, with editor Jerry E. Benns, will begin accepting stories based in the state of Louisiana on May 1st. State of Horror: Louisiana was previously released under Rymfire Books as a creation of Dying Days author, Armand Rosamilia. This re-release will be revised and expanded to include a total of thirteen stories. State of Horror: Louisiana will also be released with new cover art. Submitted stories meeting the guidelines below will have an opportunity to be included into the upcoming release of this popular anthology series. Before we get to the guidelines, let’s take a look at the featured state for this release.

Louisiana could not be a more fertile state for a horror story. Between the various people, geography, and history, Louisiana is the perfect place to set a terrifying story.   Louisiana is a re-release in the State of Horror anthology, but there is plenty of room for new terrifying tales. If enough quality stories are submitted, there is potential for a second volume of this anthology.

The culture of Louisiana is unlike anywhere else in the world. Volumes of horror stories can (and have) been set just in the city of New Orleans. Vampires, voodoo, witches, ghosts, and twisted human souls have all been featured in horrific stories set in New Orleans. However the rest of the state also offers up its own inspiration for the macabre.

Whether you set your story in a city like Baton Rouge, Lafayette or Shreveport, or even an outlying area, there are many settings across Louisiana ripe for horror. The geography alone lends itself to great stories. Picture deserted highways lined with trees draped with Spanish moss as you pass between small towns – some quaint with an antebellum flair, others look abandoned, forsaken. Who are the people living in those remote areas? What kind of strange customs could you find?

Think of the bayous and swamps with cultures and languages all their own. Legends handed down through generations, stories in the form of family histories whispered about on the front porch can be brought forth. What customs were a part of family histories in the isolated swamps all those years ago? Maybe your story is set on an antebellum plantation with a checkered history. You are only limited by your own imagination.

The history of Louisiana is so incredibly rich. Owned by France, Spain, attacked by England, so many cultures converge in Louisiana. The history of the state can be seen in everything from the food, music, mixture of languages, and customs. If you are a battle buff and want to incorporate a battle into your tale of terror you have many to choose from. Maybe Andrew Jackson and the War of 1812, slave rebellions, or Civil War. If a contemporary setting is more your style, think about setting your story on the oil platforms right off the coast, sitting in the Gulf of Mexico. Or even on a shrimp boat- those shrimp can be evil…. The possibilities are endless.

As you can see, Louisiana offers a wide spectrum of potential ideas. Submission of stories do not require living in the state. The stories do, however, require the ability to weave a tale designed to give the readers a little glimpse into the essence of Louisiana. The submitted stories can draw upon any time-period. It is time to dust off your imagination, slip into the feel of this popular state, and explore the essence of Louisiana.

Submission Guidelines

Charon Coin Press announces an open call for submissions for the States of Horror: Louisiana

Word count for this collection is a minimum of 4,000 words not to exceed 9,000 words. Preferred format for submission is: Times New Roman at 12 pt. font. Submission should include: title, author name, author email, and word count of completed story. File type accepted is .doc, .docx, and .rtf. Submission must be made via stateofhorror@charoncoinpress.com. Subject line for submission email should contain: author’s name, State of Horror: Louisiana. Stories will not be accepted through snail mail.

Stories may contain characters and worlds created in other stories published by the author as long as it meets the requirement of the theme of State of Horror: Louisiana. If submission has been previously released, please include information about the previously released story publication and the release date. Stories may not be published in any other form for twelve (12) months prior to or after the release of State of Horror: Louisiana. NO multiple submissions allowed.

Charon Coin Press understands that sexual content and violence may be included in the stories. However, before inclusion of this type of content, please make sure it is relevant to the story’s progression.

Submission is open between May 1, 2014 and August 1, 2014

The release of each book will have a promotional campaign. Authors who have had their submissions selected will be requested to participate in the marketing of the book in which they are included.

The State of Horror Anthologies are a royalty-only payment schedule plus a contributor paperback copy. The royalties are 50% of the sales per eBook and Print book divided between the authors, paid every six months. Each book will contain 13 stories.

Charon Coin Press will make every effort to announce selected stories within six (6) weeks of the close date listed above.

via: Charon Coin Press.

Taking Submissions: MALICE…The desire to do evil.

| April 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Deadline: May 29th, 2014
Payment: Exposure and Royalties

Flash fiction, Poetry, Short Stories (1,000 – 6,000 words)

Re-prints will also be considered but we prefer something fresh.

A thin line can sometimes be drawn between a deep seeded need for vengeance and the sheer enjoyment malicious souls reap from the suffering they cause others. For this anthology, submerse yourself in the evils of a blackened soul, a deranged mind, or a wounded heart; examine the threshold that is morality. Develop a character that was born a bad seed, or create the scenario that defined them. Will their actions be justified, or vilified? Delve deep into your imagination to deliver twisted tales from all avenues of horror.

Here’s the catch—these stories must incorporate a YA as a main character, and must be appropriate for the YA audience. (Think TV-14) They can be told from any vantage point, and can be first or third person.

Don’t be afraid to walk down the fiery road to Hell, or limit yourself to any particular time period. Post-apocalyptic scenarios and flashbacks are always clever writing tools to utilize.

After all, who doesn’t love a good villain…

Dark fairy tales, bizarre, horror, surrealism, dark science-fiction and steam punk are all cool here. Remember that this publication is for a YA audience.

Submission guidelines:

Deadline for submissions – May 29th, 2014 – or until full.

Word Count: 1,000 – 6,000 words.

Please submit your manuscript as a *.rtf, *.doc or *.docx file (all other formats will automatically be rejected. Contact me prior to submitting if this presents an issue for you.)

Font and formatting: Please submit in Times New Roman, 12 point font; single line spacing. Please format the document to 1st line indentation of 1″. The page margin should be set to .1″ on all sides.

No headers, footers or page numbers.

Please check grammar.

Upon acceptance into the anthology, you agree that Horrified Press holds exclusive publishing rights for six months from the date of publication; after that date has passed, all intellectual property rights revert to the author with the proviso that Horrified Press retains distribution rights in the format of the contracted anthology.

This title will be available as an e-book and trade quality paperback.

Suzie Lockhart & Bruce Lockhart 2nd will be presiding over this anthology.

Email your submission as an attachment to: nightlocksubs@aol.com
The email subject line must read “SUBMISSION – Malice – ‘your story title’” or your submission will not be considered for this anthology.

Successful applicants will be notified before the deadline has expired.

Via: Horrified Press.

Taking Submissions: Stygian Abyss

| April 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

Miskatonic

Deadline: October 24th, 2014
Payment: Exposure and Royalties. $20 per story.

Flash fiction & Short Stories (1,000 – 1,400 words).
Poetry and re-prints will also be considered.
Witness the horrific, unknown things from beyond time…
This anthology is a celebration of H.P. Lovecraft themed stories. Other than that,
feel free to be creative.
Dark fairy tales, bizarre, horror, surrealism, dark science-fiction and steam punk.
Submission guidelines:
Deadline for submissions – October 24th, 2014 – or until full.
Word Count: 1,000 – 1,600 words.
Please submit your manuscript as a *.rtf, *.doc or *.docx file (all other formats
will automatically be rejected. Contact me prior to submitting if this presents an
issue for you.)
No headers, footers or page numbers.
Please check grammar. PLEASE!!!
Upon acceptance into the anthology, you agree that Miskatonic Press holds exclusive
publishing rights for six months from the date of publication; after that date has
passed, all intellectual property rights revert to the author with the proviso that
Miskatonic Press retains distribution rights in the format of the contracted
anthology.
This title will be available as an e-book and eventually trade quality paperback.
Michael Porter will be presiding over this anthology.
Email your submission as an attachment to: porterassist81@gmail.com
The email subject line must read “SUBMISSION – ABYSS – ‘your story title’” or your
submission will not be considered for this anthology.
Successful applicants will be notified before the deadline has expired.

Via: Miskatonic Press.

Taking Submissions: Dead Harvest

| April 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

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Submission Period: May 1, 2014 – May 31, 2014.
Payment: $25.00 and one physical copy

Scarlet Galleon Publications is proud to announce its inaugural horror/dark fiction anthology CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS.

 

We invite you to submit a story for consideration! Original stories only please. NO reprints, duplicate or simultaneous submissions.

 

Publication Date: September 23, 2014 (Autumnal Equinox)

 

Open Period for Submissions: May 1, 2014 – May 31, 2014. Any submissions emailed before or after set call dates will be deleted.

 

Project Title: DEAD HARVEST – A Collection of Dark Tales

 

Subject/Theme: Open concept horror/dark fiction stories. 4,000 – 9,000 words.  If your story consists of a ’harvest,’ ‘autumnal,’ or ‘agricultural’ theme, great, but it need not be to be consideration.

 

Manuscript Format: 12 pt Times New Roman; double-spaced; formatted tabs with 0.3 auto indent; extra line between paragraphs; pages numbered; your name/contact information/story title in header of every page.

 

Submissions must be sent directly to Scarlet Galleon Publications as an email attachment. Any questions or concerns should also be directed to Scarlet Galleon Publications  by emailing them directly to:

 

scarletgalleonpublications@gmail.com

 

In your email please include your full name, title of the work you’re submitting, and the final word count of your manuscript.

 

It is expected that submissions will be fully edited and proofread prior to being sent in for consideration. Submissions with incorrect grammar, misspellings, or formatting issues will be disqualified and therefore excluded from the review process. ALL submissions that are accepted for publication in DEAD HARVEST – A Collection of Dark Tales, will be subject to minor editorial corrections. Any stories needing more than minor edits, but meritorious for their originality and content, will be discussed with the contributor prior to exclusion, however Scarlet Galleon Publications maintains the right to disqualify the entry if the overall editorial process would prove too exhaustive.

 

Submissions MUST be sent in DOC files; please NO DOCX. If your story is not in DOC format, it will deleted.

 

If your story is selected for publication, payment will include $25.00 (within 30 days of acceptance, or contract signing) and one (1) print edition of DEAD HARVEST – A Collection of Dark Tales, (within 90 days of publication).  Scarlet Galleon Publications will retain first worldwide publication rights for a period of 12 months from the date of publication.

 

Upon acceptance of your story, a brief biography will be requested, to be included at the end of the anthology. This is not meant to be an exhaustive list of your publications or weblinks, just a short bio to let readers know about the contributors.

 

Again, kindly submit ALL correspondence dirctly to: scarletgalleonpublications@gmail.com

 

PLEASE NOTE: ANY submissions or inquiries sent anywhere other than to the email address provided above will be deleted.

 

Scarlet Galleon Publications would like to thank you for your interest, and wish each of you luck in writing a story filled with originality and all-out terror.

 

Now, get those stories written!

 

Warm regards,

 

Mark Parker, Owner/Publisher

Scarlet Galleon Publications

Via:Scarlet Galleon Publications.

Taking Submissions: The Literary Hatchet Fall Issue

| April 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

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Deadline: September 1st, 2014
Payment: Varies (see below)

WHAT WE WANT

The Literary Hatchet is an Internet journal devoted to dark fiction (short stories) and provocative poetry and prose. We are interested in well-written but easy to read works in the horror genre, but also accept works that are paranormal in nature.

We will consider previously published material but prefer original works.

We accept short fiction essays, first-person narratives, speculative fiction, short stories, poetry, photography, art, illustrations, and humor pieces.

We’re interested in new angles on old ideas, or topics that don’t get covered frequently. We like to showcase articles that don’t just sum up some issue but make us think and make us want to read further.

The above is not exhaustive. If you have an idea for an article that doesn’t seem to fit into one of these categories, feel free to send us a query at peartreepress (at) mac.com. If you don’t have an immediate idea for a piece, but you’d really like to write for us, let us know and be prepared to show us work you’ve done. We can always think of subjects!

WHAT WE DON’T WANT

We do not accept erotica, either as articles or images
We do not accept articles or images with excessive crude language or outlandish sexual humor
We do not accept simultaneous submissions (submitting a piece to more than one journal or site at the same time)
We cannot consider partial or incomplete stories or essays
We do not accept rewrites of the “Lizzie Borden Took An Axe” doggerel
We do not accept Haiku poetry, unless as a part of a collection of five or more

GUIDELINES BY TYPE OF SUBMISSION

SHORT STORIES:
We accept short stories from 500-3,000 words in length. Feel free to contact us with inquiries about the type of stories we might be interested in if you are in doubt. We appreciate the well-written work, and acceptance is determined by whether the piece grabs the editor and holds their interest. We consider works of horror, dark subjects, paranormal, gothic works, detective fiction, and stories about monsters, either real or imaginary.

POETRY:
We are looking for high-quality extraordinary poems (both serious and humorous) that explore the darkness that resides in each of us. Personal pieces that offer a self-reflection are acceptable.

HUMOR:
We accept jokes, short humor pieces, humorous first-person stories, farce, and take-offs.

ART, PHOTOGRAPHY, AND ILLUSTRATIONS:
All submitted art and illustrations must be in 300 dpi, JPG or GIF formats and no larger than 1200 X 1200 pixels.

INTERVIEWS:
If you would like to interview someone our readers would find interesting (including, but not limited to, authors, celebrities, relatives of Borden case members, experts in a related field of study), you can submit your idea to us for approval.

COMPENSATION, RIGHTS, AND LENGTH

RIGHTS: By submission of your work, you are agreeing to The Hatchet and its publisher PearTree Press holding exclusive first-printing world rights for a period of 6 months. While your piece is online, it may not appear anywhere else on the Internet, in print, or sold for profit. Rights revert back to the writer/artist at the end of 6 months.

We ask, but do not require, that you then give us non-exclusive electronic rights to include your work in our archives after it is rotated off the issue. You have the right to remove your article from the archives at any point after 6 months.

COMPENSATION AND LENGTH REQUIREMENTS: We pay compensation for almost all work accepted for publication. Payment is made upon publication. Checks are sent by mail. Foreign contributors can choose to be paid by international money order or by PayPal.

FICTION, SHORT STORIES:

500-2500 words — $15
INTERVIEWS:

compensation is paid to the person conducting the interview — $10
POETRY:

we prefer poetry under 100 lines — $5
ART/ILLUSTRATIONS:

in JPG or GIF format only — $5
HUMOR PIECES:

500-2500 words — $10
75-499 words — $5
25-74 words — no fee paid
FIRST PERSON STORIES:

250-750 words — $1

We buy exclusive first-printing world rights for 6 months.

Submissions must be made via email to peartreepress(at) mac.com, with the subject heading “[SUB]” followed by the title of your piece.

For all submissions, please include your name, address, email address, and word count. Also please include a 25-50 word bio. A small JPG or GIF photo of you is not required but will be appreciated.

Multiple submissions are accepted, but only one submission per email please.

No simultaneous submissions accepted.

Via: Submittable

Taking Submissions: Freeze Frame Fiction Issue #1

| April 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Deadline: June 15th, 2014
Payment: 1cent/word

What are we looking for?

Flash fiction, pure and simple. No genre or content restrictions. 1000 words or less. Possible themed submission windows in the future.

Good flash fiction is like a freeze frame—a snapshot of a real story about real characters. The word count is low, so many of the details are left to the reader to fill in, but they’re there. Flash fiction is not the same as a vignette, or a scene; it hints at much more. Give us something real (though not necessarily realistic), unique, and interesting.

What is our submission and publication schedule?

Open for submissions for Q1. We will publish online quarterly. Schedule subject to change.

SUBMISSIONS PUBLICATION
Q1: 1 April–15 June 1 July
Q2: 1 July–15 September 1 October
Q3: 1 October–15 December 1 January
Q4: 1 January–15 March 1 April
How do you submit?

During submission window, please email submissions (as .pdf, .rtf, .doc, or .docx attachments) to submissions@freezeframefiction.com with the subject “Flash fiction submission”. Please include contact information in the email itself, and withhold it from the manuscript. All submissions must be double-spaced and in a legible font and font size. Feel free to follow Standard Manuscript Format, apart from contact information.

Emails should be formatted as follows:
Author’s name:
Submission title:
Simultaneous submission: (y/n)
Cover letter / bio: not required, but welcome

Will we pay you?

Yes, 1 cent/word.

How will your work be published?

Initially, online, free to read. Future plans exist for an ebook version of an annual anthology of select pieces.

How and when should you query?

Expected response time will be updated on an on-going basis. As publication occurs three months after submission windows open, we don’t expect this to be a big issue. Please feel free to email submissions@freezeframefiction.com with the subject “Query” if you have any questions about a submitted work.

What rights will we be assuming?

For unpublished works, we are purchasing worldwide exclusive First Publication rights in multiple electronic formats for twelve months from publication. Further rights for annual anthology will be negotiated upon offer of additional publication.

For reprints (solicited only), rights will be negotiated upon solicitation and acceptance.

Do we accept simultaneous submissions?

Yes. We require that you inform us of this fact upon submission, and withdraw your piece immediately if accepted elsewhere.

Do we accept multiple submissions?

No, not at this time. Please wait for your piece to be accepted or declined before submitting further work.

Do we accept previously published work?

No, unless solicited.

Via: Freeze Frame Fiction.

Taking Submissions: A Mythos Grimmly

| April 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

Deadline: May 1st, 2014
Payment: $100 (if Kickstarter is met)

We are excited to announce that submissions for our first anthology, A Mythos Grimmly, are open!
This anthology will be made up of mash-up stories, combining Fairy Tales (Bros. Grimm and more!) and Lovecraftian Mythos tales. Little Red Riding Cthulhu? Maybe, we’ll have to wait and see what the authors come up with! Cultural tales are welcome from all over the world.

We are accepting submissions now through May 1st, 2014. Stories should be between 3,000 and 7,000 words long. Contributors will be announced by May 8th, 2014. Publication of the anthology is expected to be before or by December, 2014.

This anthology is being funded by a Kickstarter campaign, which will run in May, 2014. Monetary payment for accepted works will be sent out within 30 days of a successful Kickstarter. Accepted authors will receive $100 and a copy of the Kickstarter trade paperback of the book (within 90 days of publication), which is available through the Kickstarter campaign only.

A short biography and author portrait will be requested upon acceptance of the story.

Please take time to edit and proofread your work. While some editing will take place before heading to the press, submissions that have an abundance of grammatical errors, misspellings, or formatting will be excluded from the review process. Submissions that are accepted must be open for minor editorial corrections.

We are looking for original works for this anthology, no reprints.

Please submit your works to anthologies@whpublications.com by May 1st, 2014. Wanderer’s Haven requests first worldwide publishing rights for one year after publication of the anthology.

Submission Guidelines

Title
Mash-up Concept (What stories are you drawing inspiration from?)
Author Name
Word Count
Email Address

12pt Garamond or equivalent.

Single space. Do not use TAB key, new paragraphs should be formatted with a 0.3 indent.

Do not use symbols (*, #, etc) between sections, a double space is sufficient.

Good luck! And now…Once upon a time…

Via: WH Publications.