Tagged: Three Ravens Publishing
William Joesph Roberts: It Came From the Trailer Park
By Angelique Fawns
The Trailer Park Boys, Ozark, My Name is Earl, Raising Arizona….
Trailer parks in pop-culture are endlessly fascinating. The success of Three Ravens Publishing’s anthology, It Came From the Trailer Park, is no exception. It was so well-received (top of the Amazon charts) they are creating a volume 2. The guidelines ask for “original creature feature, horror-comedy with the same feel as The Evil Dead, Army of Darkness, and Shaun of the Dead…” Who doesn’t love heroes winning the day in redneck glory? I sat down with the brainchild behind these books to learn more.
Deadline: September 1st, 2022
Theme: Military Science Fiction
Note: Reprints Welcome
An anthology of Future Combat and Mechanized Warfare
Call for entries
Three Ravens Publishing is accepting entries for a military science fiction-themed anthology to be published in 2022. Focus will be stories in the genre that featured future combat centered around mechanized warfare, ie, tanks, APC’s, cavalry, mounted infantry etc.
Deadline: August 1st, 2022
Theme: High fantasy set in a new world (bible available).
“Embers of Corsari”. An anthology set in A new world that will be available for other authors to dabble in. Yes, there’s a world bible you’ll have to look over and abide by. Genre is high fantasy.
Submission call: Enter a world of heroes, villains, monsters, and gods. Where magic is as common as the air you breathe. I’m looking for stories about the beginnings of heroes or villains. Or even their ends. The start of wars… or perhaps the end where little is left but devastation and the embers of hope. Fiery-tempered warriors or Red-headed temptresses. Or perhaps even Pyromaniacs. Everything begins with a burning ember: may it be hope or hate, love or revenge.
(Cover for Volume 1)
Deadline: July 1st, 2022
Theme: Horror Comedy / Creature Feature
After the success of the first Trailer Park anthology, we’ve decided to bring it back next year for another go.
Stories should be original creature feature, horror-comedy with the same feel as The Evil Dead, Army of Darkness, Shaun of the Dead, or Tucker and Dale vs. Evil. And of course, our heroes winning the day in all of their redneck glory.