Taking Submissions: The Other Side: A Horror Anthology

Deadline: August 30th, 2020
Payment: $20
Theme: Must include some aspect of death, “Ghosts, ghouls, possession, ritual, cultural beliefs, the paranormal, monsters, the occult” etc

Death. What would horror be without a little sprinkle of death?

Yet it’s not the act of dying that creates the evergreen mystery surrounding the finality that comes with loss of life, it’s the enigma that follows the question: what comes next?

The Other Side is a horror anthology which explores the great beyond. We’re looking for stories that tackle the world beyond the living. Ghosts, ghouls, possession, ritual, cultural beliefs, the paranormal, monsters, the occult, this anthology will collect the greatest stories that answer the age-old question:

When we breath our last breath, where do we go?

Submission deadlines: Sunday 30th August, 2020

Word count: 5,000–10,000 words.

Payment: $20

Submission Guidelines

A submission Word template is available for download HERE.

  • Stories slightly over or under the word count will be considered

  • Stories must be saved as a Word document, PDFs will not be accepted

  • Times New Roman

  • Size 12 font

  • 1.5 paragraph spacing

  • Place your name, the title of the anthology for which you are submitting, and your preferred contact email address in the header of the document

  • Sex, violence, and coarse language are accepted as long as they serve the story

  • No hate speech or fan fiction

  • Multiple submissions welcome

  • Reprints will be considered

  • Payment for accepted stories will be made within 7 working days of confirmation of entry.

Failure to adhere to submission guidelines will result in immediate rejection from the anthology.

Via: Devil’s Rock Publishing.

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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