Author Topic: Speculative Fiction/Horror Stories  (Read 1696 times)

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Speculative Fiction/Horror Stories
« on: November 08, 2006, 05:10:42 AM »
Dark Recesses Press is currently accepting short stories in these genres for their next edition. Here's what their publisher, Bailey Hunter, says on the Absolute Write forum at http://www.absolutewrite.com/forums/showthread.php?t=38230


Dark Recesses Press is open to submissions for issue 5 and beyond.

We accept dark speculative fiction and horror works between 500-5000 words. A free screen resolution, non-printing dowloadable PDF of issue #4 is available for you to look at and get a feel for the types of work we prefer.

We have changed our reading periods to better accommodate our submitters and editors. We have also increased our pay rates to 3 cents/word USD. Full submission details are on our site here: Submission Info

Our 3rd installment of the themed DejaVu Horror Contest is open, with a winner takes all prize of $500 USD. As part of the prize package you also get a signed, numbered HC edition of the anthology "Bloodstained Oz" and publication in Issue 6 of Dark Recesses Press.

The deadline for the contest is November 30th, 2006 and there is a $5 entry fee.

Full details on the contest can be found here: Contest Info

As always, I look forward to reading your submissions.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at baileyhunter@darkrecesses.com. Your subject line should contain the word 'Query' so that I can respond in haste.

Thank you,

Bailey Hunter, Publisher
Dark Recesses Press
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