Stephen Tremp writes speculative fiction and his fourth novel, Salem’s Daughters, is supernatural thriller. A four hundred year old evil is unleashed when souls of the daughters of those killed during the Salem Witch Trials find a new generation of people to murder at a popular modern-day bed and breakfast.
Release Date: October 1
Author: Breakthrough Series
Now for the links. Please bear in mind that I am not endorsing any of these publications. Always do your own due diligence before submitting to a contest or publication.
Sky Warrior Books is accepting submissions for their anthology Wee Folk and Wise. Must include fairies. Pays in royalties. Deadline October 15.
Lamplight is accepting submissions of literary dark fiction. Short fiction and flash fiction. Pays $150 for short stories, $50 for flash fiction. 2000-7000 words. Deadline October 15.
Iconoclast Literary Magazine is accepting submissions of prose and poetry. Up to 3500 words. Pays $.01/word, plus two contributor copies for prose, $2-$6 per poem or artwork.
The Impressment Gang is accepting submissions of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and reviews. No word limits. Pays $25, and two contributor copies.
Strange Horizons is accepting submissions of speculative fiction. Up to 10,000 words, but 5000 is preferred. Pays $.08/word.
Strangelet is accepting submissions of science fiction, fantasy, and magical realism. Stories, comics, art, and poetry. 2000-7500 words for short fiction, under 2000 for flash fiction. Pay varies per submission type, but is $.01/word for short stories.
Far Horizons Magazine is accepting submissions for two anthologies. Forever Hungry is about zombies. Fantastically Horny is seeking SF&F erotica. 1000-5000 words. Pays royalties, a contributor e-copy, and a discount on hard copies. Will close when filled.
Concis Magazine is accepting submissions of many different sorts of pieces. Genre doesn't matter. Pays $10, plus a contributor copy.
Anderbo.com is holding the 2015 RRofihe Trophy No-Fee Short Story Contest. 3500-5000 words. $500 prize, with trophy and publication. Deadline October 15.
Writing With Color is "a blog dedicated to writing and resources centered on racial and ethnic diversity." The specific post I've linked to is a guide for describing skin color without using food descriptors/comparisons.
How do you like Stephen's cover? How do you feel about black cats? Any of these links of interest? Any experience with these publications? Anything to share? Publication news?
May you find your Muse.