Deadline: Not clearly stated, other publication with same print date states July 1, 2013
Payment: US$.03/word, payable upon publication. Plus, one copy of the edition in which the work appears when edition is published as a paper copy.
We will be publishing an anthology of vampire fiction Dying to Live in October 2013. We are looking for dark vampire stories, please do not send any stories about vampires that sparkle!
All stories must be in doc. or docx, .rtf format.
All stories must be anywhere from 2000 to 8000 words long.
Please use 12 point font and double space your text.
We are looking for dark Vampires, of the old fashioned kind! Erotica is acceptable as long as the vampires drink human blood, bite, kill and so forth. We are not looking for love story type vampires. Stories that will not be accepted are stories with child rape, molestation, or pedophilia.
Allow at least 6 weeks before inquiring if your story will be included if you have not heard from us. You will receive an email if your story has been accepted.
NO SIMULTANEOUS SUBMISSIONS and NO MULTIPLE SUBMISSIONS
Submissions should be sent electronically as an attachment to:
In the subject line of the email, include your name, the title of the work you are submitting, and the edition you are submitting for “Dying to Live”.
In the body of the email, include your contact information (Real Name or official pen name, not your online name), the word count of the work you are submitting, and a brief biography. Make certain to use an email address that you have access to all the time as correspondences from us come through email only!
We only accept electronic submissions at this time.
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US$.03/word, payable upon publication. Plus, one copy of the edition in which the work appears when edition is published as a paper copy.
US$.01/word, payable upon publication. Plus, one copy of the edition in which the work appears when edition is published as a paper copy.
Exclusive First World English Rights for print and First Electronic Rights for two years from date of print publication. Rights are then no longer exclusive and revert back to the author after the two year period.
[via: Diabolic Publications.]