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An online e-zine for vampire fiction. The editor
appreciates a modern spin on the vampire theme. He
provides feedback on rejected stories. Bloodlust is no
longer a paying market. It is, however, a slick e-zine.
So its worth checking-out.
Full writers guidelines are available on the
Submission Guidelines: http://www.bloodlust.uk.com/submissionguidelines.htm
Blood, Old Lipstick, Black Magick
Is an ezine/writer's forum that offers exposure published
stories or poems. They currently seek horror, romantica,
and fantasy. Be sure to read the guidelines for a more
thorough explanation of how the ezine works.
This hardcore ezine is looking for stories between
400-3000 words that involve sex and violence. Pays
This site is about morbid, erotic and bizarre short
stories. The topics that are mostly encouraged are sex
and violence. Stories that fit into the horror, odd,
splatter punk, absurd, slasher, erotica, or porn
catagories. Extreme stories are welcome, just try not to
break any laws. No child porno or animal sex. This is a
site about intense fantasies and should be treated as
such. No one is encouraging or promoting real life
violence. Know the difference or leave the site.
Submission Guidelines: http://corpsefuck.com/xxx/?page_id=3
Themed magazine looking for horror, dark mystery, and
suspense fiction up to 6,000 words. Likes stories that
are powerful, creepy, and disturbing. Dark suspense,
sci-fi, fantasy, mystery and crime fiction are also
welcome as are supernatural and psychological tales. Pays
one contributor's copy.
Horror Library Slushpile
This contest/webzine is looking for all types of horror
between 100-4,000 words. Editors select five stories a
month to run. No pay, but winner gets a critique. See
site manuscript formatting and specific guidelines.
Submission Guidelies: http://horrorlibrary.net/SubInfo.html#Slush
There are three main rules for submissions: Stories need
to be in the horror genre, they need to be under 666
words, and most importantly, they need to be written by
you. Non-paying market at this time.
Submission Guidelines: http://www.microhorror.com/microhorror/about-faq/
Night Terrors Magazine
This print mag currently pays 2 contributor copies for
works of short fiction/horror. Check extensive guidelines
Submission Guidelines: http://www.night-terrors-publications.com/GUIDEL.HTML
Women only, must register (free) to submit. Pay is
exposure only. 4,000 words maximum. All sorts of horror
OK. Submit via online form or e-mail
Submission Guidelines: http://www.pretty-scary.net/fiction
A small web-zine looking for horror stories involving
ghost, vampires, zombies, witches, werewolves, and other
"throwback" characters and themes. See site for
full details. Offers feedback and exposure.
Submission Guidelines: http://www.freewebs.com/saucytales/guidelines.html
Shroud considers horror, dark mystery, dark fantasy and
suspense short stories up to 5,000 words.
Thriller and Suspense tales with a horror aspect are also
welcome. Rates of two to five cents per word, plus one
contributor copy. Payable within 30 days of publication.
Up to 5,000 words; maximum payment of $250. All rights
revert to the author upon publication.
Submission Guidelines: http://www.shroudmagazine.com/submissions
new e-magazine is currently accepting submissions of
short fiction, poetry, and artwork. Pays exposure.
Submission Guidelines: http://www.skullgrindermagazine.com
Static Movement Online
A bi-monthly e-magazine that is accepting horror,
fantasy, and science fiction submissions. Flash fiction,
Short fiction, and poetry is accepted. Currently pays
exposure. For further information please go to the
Submission Guidelines: http://www.staticmovementonline.com
This horror ezine is currently a non-paying market. Max
of 8000 words.
Submission Guidelines: http://www.underworldtales.com/submissions.htm
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