Deadline: February 29th, 2020
Payment: Royalties
Theme: Looking for anything that fits the “How the Internet has impacted your life” category, including genre work

Cyber Lives, has transformed into Cyber Smut. To those who have already submitted under Cyber Lives, rest assured, your submissions will not be affected by this. The theme remains the same: we want to know how the internet has impacted your life. We are seeking poetry and short stories (fiction & nonfiction) from the UK and Ireland. Closing date for submissions is 29 February 2020.

This is wide open in terms of interpretation, and anything goes – poetry, memoir, erotica, literary fiction, sci fi, essays, etc – as long as it aligns with the theme. Things to consider: our daily lives are saturated with the internet, impacting our minds and behavior. Miscommunications and mishaps. Lust and desire for fame and money. Hilarity and tragedy with Tinder or Grindr. This is rich and fertile ground, and surely there are countless ways to approach this theme. We are thrilled about our next anthology and hope you are too.

  • Closing date for submissions – 29 February 2020.

  • Short stories (fiction & nonfiction) – 1000-5000 words.

  • Poetry, up to 5 pages.

  • Writers from the UK & Ireland – this includes anyone living or born in the UK or Ireland.

  • Unpublished work only please. We are not able to accept previously published work, print or online.

  • Standard Royalty Contract for successful submissions.

Click here to submit via Submittable.

Memoir Submissions

We are also open for memoir submissions. Seeking bold writers with ballsy stories. We are interested in narratives about cyber life, art, music, travel, although any topic is fine. If you would like to submit your work, please send the first 5000 words of your manuscript, a one-page summary and your bio. Send to gutspublishing [at] gmail.com. Subject line: Memoir Submission. Attachments are fine. Please number your pages. UK residents are preferred, but anyone can submit. Any questions please get in touch.

Many thanks and we look forward to reading your work!

Via: Guts Publishing.

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About Stuart Conover

Stuart Conover is a father, husband, published author, blogger, geek, entrepreneur, horror fanatic, and runs a few websites including Horror Tree!

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