Author Topic: Open Submissions for Post Apocalyptic/Sci-fi Short Stories  (Read 1388 times)

Offline Thirdeyestorytelling

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Open Submissions for Post Apocalyptic/Sci-fi Short Stories
« on: August 09, 2019, 10:34:07 AM »
All submission guidelines can also be found on our site:

As you will find, yes, payment isnít much at this time. Due to this being our first Anthology Magazine/Comic Book to be released EVER, $20 per accepted story is all we can afford. In the future, once the ball is rolling and things are better for the company, we do plan on paying higher rates for stories. I do believe that writers, artists, and storytellers of all kinds should be paid the fair price. However, like I stated before, what we are currently offering is what fits our budget in this moment. The submission guidelines are as follows down below:

Hello all!
We here at Third Eye Storytelling are preparing to release our first Anthology Book titles The Devastation: Stories Depicting how the world fell into the Apocalypse! We are looking for original short stories between 1,200 and 5,000 words within the apocalyptic genre.
We are looking for three stories that will fit along side our comic stories also within the book. Submissions are currently open, and will close August 17. We will do our best to go through submissions as quickly as we can. In your submission be sure to include your name, email address, cover letter, story title, word count, genre and story. Your cover letter should contain your publishing history (if any) and any other relevant information.
All stories should be in standard manuscript format and can be submitted in either .RTF, .DOC, or .DOCX format. We will claim first world electronic rights and first print rights. We will pay a flat rate of $20 per story accepted. Payment will be made via PayPal.
If you are interested in submitting your story to Third Eye Storytelling for the anthology book, The Devastation, please email - release of the book is planned for the last Wednesday of September.
I look forward to hearing from some great storytellers soon!
Thank you.