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Taking Submissions: R is for Revenge
December 31, 2022
Deadline: December 31st, 2022
R is for Revenge – Submissions open November 1st. Deadline December 31st
Revenge can come in many forms so we are looking for clever and unusual stories. Anything goes, so long as the story falls into the horror genre (whether that be human or non-human monsters).
We are currently calling for submissions for a series of horror anthologies – The A-Z of Horror. The series will be based on a variety of themes and will consist of twenty-six books in total. We are looking for short horror stories, between 4000 and 8000 words, on each of the themes listed below. You may submit to more than one book, but we will only include a maximum of one story from each author, in each book. Being accepted into one book does not guarantee acceptance into one of the others.
The story must be your own work, to which you hold the rights. The story must not be available elsewhere and, if accepted, we will hold the rights to it for three months from the date of publication. After that time, you may use the story however you wish.
Any sub-genre of horror is suitable, even extreme, so long as the story fits the theme of that book and does not include anything which may unnecessarily cause offence (glorification of any kind of assault.).
Payment for the story will be £10, to be paid via PayPal, as well as a contributor’s e-book of the finished book.
Please send submissions in a Word document (ideally Times New Roman 12pt, single spaced) to [email protected] with the title of the book you are submitting to in the subject line. Please ensure you have included your name on the Word document. If you have any queries, feel free to get in touch using the Contact page. We aim to respond to submissions within 2 weeks of the deadline, but feel free to get in touch if you haven’t heard back within this timescale. Good luck!
**Please note that submissions received outside of the submissions dates, documents with no author name or title, and stories more than 10% outside of the word count will be discarded without being read**
Via: Red Cape Publishing.
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