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If you would prefer to see your
short story in an anthology book of similar
stories to your own, rather than submit it to a
magazine or contest, then this list is for you!
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Please check guidelines (where possible) before
submitting any work.
Deadline: August 31, 2010
Seeking scary stories between 2,000 and 4,000 words
featuring two or more traditional monsters, told in third
person. Traditional monsters include: vampires,
werewolves, shape shifters, mummies, ghosts, witches,
warlocks, aliens, dragons, zombies, gorgons, banshees,
ghouls, goblins, ogres, onis, 'Frankenstein'-type
Stories can take place any time (past, present, future,
alternate) and can take place anywhere (Earth, sea,
space, other planets, etc).
Payment 1 cent per word plus one
Submission Guidelines: http://www.pillhillpress.com/monster-mash.html
Deadline: 15 May, 2010
Seeking stories between 2,500 and 5,000 words that
celebrate our favorite furry shape-shifting friend, the
werewolf. Most genres are welcome, as long as there are
strong horror elements within the story
Payment: $10.00 and one contributor
Submission Guidelines: http://www.pillhillpress.com/silver-moon.html
Deadline: 15 April 2010
Seeking stories between 1,500 and 15,000 words featuring
Halloween mysteries. We want interesting submissions
where the mystery is solved through the course of the
story. The setting must take place at or around
should be realistic (meaning that the events could
actually occur without the aid of magic or some other
fantastical element). They should take place on Earth.
They can take place at any time - past, present, future.
We are looking for a good variety of bizarre and
intricate stories celebrating the 'whodunit' genre and
Payment: 1 cent per word up to 6,000
words plus one contributor copy.
Submission Guidelines: http://www.pillhillpress.com/whodunit.html
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