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Taking Submissions: Eidolotry digital #4
Deadline: February 7th, 2023
Theme: Horror stories from authors living in Alabama
Upon all scribes of the darkness, the terrifying eye of PsychoToxin Press is upon thee!
Specifically, to those residing in the dark depths of… Alabama! Yes, all macabre scribes that dwell in the state of Alabama, us freaks beseech thee. Bring us your offerings for our fourth issue of “Eidolotry digital”!
We seek to have all testaments collected no later than February 7th when the sun dies and the moon reigns supreme. For your offering, accepted authors will of course be compensated $10.00 and a complimentary copy of the E-zine to spread the terrifying Gospels within upon the world!
We seek first world electronic and print rights for a short time of three months after publication, after which all rights return to the author, with the request that we are credited as first appearance if published elsewhere.
Our requirements are simple:
— stories must be a gospel of horror (in other words, must be horror genre)
— as stated in the beginning , ONLY scribes residing in Alabama are eligible for this issue
— all stories must be no less than 1500 words and no MORE than 6,000 words (sweet spot being between 3 and 5,000)
— NO reprints! Again, as stated above , we seek first rights only for 3 months.
— no excessive violence or sex. Elements of these are of course fine, but preferably in moderation. We’re here for thrills and chills, not necessarily guys and/or adult situations.
When ready, produce thy unrighteous offerings to [email protected] with the subject as “EIDOLOTRY SUBMISSION — [title of story] — [your name, first and last]. Along with your story, please provide a short bio that may or may not include previous publication history.
The date is set. The sands of time ebb away… and us freaks cannot wait to see what crawls our way from the darkened depths…
Until then… lie back, and forever may your minds stay plagued…
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Stuart Conover is a father, husband, published author, blogger, geek, entrepreneur, horror fanatic, and runs a few websites including Horror Tree!