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An INFP with the moon in Aries
Join Date: Aug 2012
Location: Liverpool, England
HORROR nonfiction & fiction [Payment: Royalties]
A couple of months since I've posted round these parts, but I wanted to give you the heads-up on a call for submissions by Bedlam: A Journal of Horror & the Macabre, of which I'm editor.
Call for Submissions: Horror (Fiction/Nonfiction)
Bedlam – a Journal of Horror and the Macabre is looking for essays and articles that explore horror in fresh, intelligent, critical and entertaining ways.
As well as general horror articles, in 2013 Bedlam plans to publish volumes dedicated to the following themes:
LGBT and queer sexuality in horror
Lovecraft and Lovecraftian horror
Bedlam welcomes both ideas and completed submissions, chiefly nonfiction but fiction also.
Bedlam also welcomes submissions that go beyond the written word, including video, photography and original artwork.
Submissions are primarily considered for the print publication, but may also be considered for the accompanying website at www.bedlamjournal.com.
Email submissions and queries to Editor-in-Chief Robert J.E. Simpson email@example.com and/or Editor David L Rattigan firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for Short Horror Stories
In conjunction with Bedlam Journal, Avalard Publishing is now accepting submissions for the Bedlam Book of Horror, a short story anthology due to be published in 2013.
Avalard seeks original fiction to enthral, stimulate and entertain lovers of horror and the macabre. Stories should be between 1,000 and 5,000 words.
Email your submissions to: Robert J.E. Simpson (Editor-in-Chief) email@example.com and/or David L Rattigan (Editor) firstname.lastname@example.org
Last edited by Rattigan; 01-09-2013 at 12:47 AM.
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