For [Mostly] Wordless Wednesday, I thought I'd post the cover to the anthology I have a flash fiction piece in, as we have a release date of April 15! Yay!
I'm excited to have a publication date after a few delays! My piece is entitled "The Family Ruins."
Now for links.
Disclaimer: I do not sponsor these links, nor am I affiliated in any way with any of them (unless I mention the affiliation). I merely pass along information I've discovered. Please always check out any publication before submitting to them or becoming involved with them.
Chicken Soup for the Soul is accepting submissions for a multitude of possible titles. They pay $200 for your story or poem. Ongoing/no deadline.
Port Cities Review is seeking submissions for feature articles about great port cities of the world. Pays $50 per article. Ongoing/no deadline.
Dark Futures Fiction if looking for poetry and prose that fits the theme of dark futures. Pays a small amount based on length. Ongoing/no deadline.
The Journal of Compressed Creative Arts, via Matter Press, is looking for compressed fiction, non-fiction, poetry, mixed media and visual arts. Pays $50. Will close for submissions April 15.
Cardinal Sins Journal has opened their annual flash fiction contest. The theme is "trespassing." No entry fee. First prize is $150 and publication.
DL Hammons has created the Blog Blitz. Sign up on the list and you'll participate in, and ultimately be blitzed by, your fellow Blitzers. A better explanation can be found at Cruising Altitude 2.0.
j.a. kazimer's Shank: A Wilde Crime, will be free March 22 to midnight March 24.
Bryan Pedas and Brandon Meyers have their co-written novels free on Kindle right now:
The Sensationally Absurd Life and Times of Slim Dyson
Dead and Moaning in Las Vegas
The Missing Link
Part 17 in Andrew Leon's Shadow Spinner serial is free right now. Part 17: The Tree of Light.
Anything you might think of entering above? Anything you're excited about? How something to share?
May you Find your Muse.