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Monday, January 26, 2009

Markets

I seem to never fail to find horror markets. I don't write horror. Are they really that popular?

Here's one that caught my eye--from Scotland.

Raw Terror Anthology

We're looking for scary, horrible, terrifying stories that would fit into an anthology called “Raw Terror”. They can be traditional horror, supernatural, or psychological, but no Fantasy or Science fiction, unless your story really merits that framework.

Short stories should be 500 to 5000 words in length, 12pt, Times New Roman font, double spaced, two spaces after sentence ending punctuation. Please do not use headers or footers.

Stories should be sent as .rtf or .doc documents. Please include details (name, address, word count) and a brief (250 word) bio in the body of the e-mail.

Payment: £10 per story and a contributor’s copy for 1st worldwide anthology rights. No reprints. Authors will be paid upon publication.

Deadline: 2-28-09

Go to their website for more info.

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And to lighten the horror load...

Chicken Soup for the Soul, A Book of Miracles

Chicken Soup for the Soul, A Book of Miracles, with co-author LeAnn Thieman, is looking for true stories showing signs and wonders God is performing today. We invite people of all faiths to share their stories of ordinary people whose lives are transformed by wondrous events.

Whether a "Divine coincidence,"an appearance of God, or answered prayers, this book will show God's miracle power in action, alive and very active in the world today! Please share your heart-warming, humorous and powerfully moving stories of no more than 1,200 words.

Suggested Topics:

Divine coincidence
Healing Angels
Everyday miracles
Safety and Protection
Visions and Voices
Heavenly Connections
Overcoming Obstacles
Intercession of Saints
Power of Prayer
Holy Spirit
Signs from Above

Payment: $200 and 10 free copies of the book. You retain the copyright.

Deadline: 3-31-09.

2 comments:

Marshall Payne said...

They seem to sell. Since I started writing horror shorts a couple of years ago, I've been selling a bit of it. My first SFWA qualifying sale to Brutarian was a horror piece.

Thanks for chiming in on my LJ, Maria. And for the OWW shout-outs, :)

Maria Zannini said...

Judging by all the available markets, I didn't have any doubt horror was popular. You're proof of that! You are on a roll!

I just wish I wrote horror too. I feel so left out. lol.