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Taking Submissions: Untitled Ghost Stories Anthology
February 21, 2020
Deadline: February 21st, 2020
Payment: $5 for anything under 5000 words. $10 for anything over 5000 words.
Theme: Ghost stories! ‘Nuff said
Note: Reprints Welcome
For this anthology, we’re looking for the best of the best ghost stories. The kind you tell around a crackling campfire holding back the darkness surrounding you. The kind that stick with you as you make the dark trek to your car through an empty parking garage. The kind that make you sit wide eyed in the middle of the night because the rhythmic tapping from the other room is just a little too inconsistent and, somewhere deep down, you’re sure it’s getting closer.
Give us new and exciting takes on old tropes, give us original horror, give us classic ghost stories told expertly, give us comedic stories of spirits that are more a nuisance than a threat. We’re hoping to make this anthology larger than our first two so there’s plenty of room for all types of stories in this one, as long as they’re about ghosts.
Anthology Title: TBD
Word Count: 2,000 – 7,500. A little over or under is fine.
Payment: $5 for anything under 5000 words.
$10 for anything over 5000 words.
Authors will have the opportunity to purchase an author copy at print cost plus shipping after release.
Submission Deadline: 2/21/2020
Multiple submissions welcome.
Reprints will be considered.
Please send all submissions as a .docx or .rtf attachment with the subject line of your email as:
DBND – Ghost Stories – Story Title
If you email is not titled this way it may end up in the wrong folder and go unread.
Stories sent after the submission deadline will be rejected unread.
Don’t sit on your submission! If we reach the word count for the anthology, we will close submissions early.
Send submissions to: [email protected]
Via: DBND Publishing.
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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!