CLOSED: Cranial Leakage – Tales From The Grinning Skull
Payment: 1/4 cent/word (subject to an increase). Digital copy + print copy. Discount for additional copies.
CRANIAL LEAKAGE will be an annual publication from Grinning Skull Press. It is an unthemed horror anthology that will be published in both digital and print formats. Subject matter is open, but please NO sexual content involving children.
DEADLINE: As this is an annual collection, there is no deadline. Once the one volume is filled, we will start compiling for the next volume.
WORD COUNT: 1,000-7,000 words (query for longer/short submissions)
PAYMENT: 1/4 cent/word (subject to an increase). Digital copy + print copy. Discount for additional copies.
MULTIPLE SUBMISSIONS: No
SIMULTANEOUS SUBMISSIONS: No
FORMAT: Left-justify only
FONT: 12 pt Times New Roman. If text is meant to be italic, please use italic. Do not use underscore to indicate italic.
SPACING: Double spaced, no extra spacing between paragraphs, and single space after periods.
TAB INDENT: Please do not set a tab. Instead, use Word’s paragraph formatting for first line, and set the first line indent to 0.3″
PAGE NUMBERING/HEADERS: None
First page should include your name, address, phone number, e-mail address, word count, and pseudonym (if writing under one). Send submissions as a word attachment to [email protected] or [email protected]. Include CRANIAL LEAKAGE, your last name, and submission title in the subject line.
Via: Grinning Skull Press.
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Kerry G.S. Lipp is a wannabe writer working hard to drop the wanna be part. He teaches English at a community college by evening and works as a civilian on a military base by night, and usually sleeps during the day. He’s not a big fan of the sun. His stories are currently available in the anthologies Lucha Gore and Under The Knife and several more will follow in 2013. His parents have started reading his stories and it appears that he is now out of the will. Follow him on Twitter @kerrylipp. You can read his short ‘Smoke’ at SNM Magazine.