Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Tyrus Books - Open for Novel Submissions

It looks like Tyrus Books has opened for novel submissions.  They publish both crime and literary works.  You can check them out here.

Crooked Holster - Anthology Call

Crooked Holster has opened submissions for their third anthology.  The theme this time around is "Treachery".  They're looking for flash fiction up to 500 words, shorts to 2500 words, and poetry.  The deadline is October 30, 2016 and payment is one copy.  You can find the details here.

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Workers Write Journal - Open for Submissions

Workers Write Journal is seeking submissions for issue #13 titled "Tales from the Casino".  They're looking for fiction of 500 to 5000 words about people who work in and around casinos.  The deadline is December 31, 2016 and payment is $5 to $50 depending on length.  They will also consider reprints.  You can find the details here.

Betty Fedora - New Issue

Issue #3 of Betty Fedora is now available in Kindle and print format.  Check it out here.

Monday, September 26, 2016

DeadLights - New Market

DeadLights is a new horror fiction magazine.  They have just opened submissions and are looking for flash of 300 to 700 words, shorts of 2000 to 7000 words, poetry, and creative non-fiction of 300 to 3000 words.  Payment is $10 for flash, $50 for shorts, $10 for poetry, and $5 to $10 for creative non-fiction.  Artwork varies from $5 to $80.  The deadline for the first issue is December 15, 2016 and that issue will go live on February 1, 2017.  You can find the details here.

Hat tip to darkmarkets.com

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Angie's Desk - Anthology Calls

Angie has posted her September list of anthology calls.  Thanks, Angie!!

Book Reviewer Yellow Pages - Anthology Call

Book Reviewer Yellow Pages has posted an anthology call.  While the guidelines are a trifle confusing most of the confusion is settled in the comments section.  What they're looking for is short stories in the genres of romance and spooky stories, and essays in the genres of humor and non-fiction uplifting stories (similar to the Chicken Soup essays).  Your pieces should be 7000 to 15,000 words.  The deadline is November 30, 2016 and payment is $100 to $125 depending on word count.  You can find the details here.