Submissions

Submission policy


Announcing call for submissions for WolfWinter

All Submissions should meet this criteria:

Works: short stories and flash fiction

Genre and theme: Horror and dark fiction involving Werewolves on the prowl during the winter season. We welcome campy and extreme (violence and sexual content), but this isn’t an erotica collection.

Deadline: November 15th, 2019

Format: Attach the .RTF, .DOC, or .DOCX

Word Count 5k – 7k words approx. for short stories, no limit for flash.

Payment: $10 Token payment via Paypal and 60% of net earnings divided evenly among the authors.

Multiple Submissions okay. Reprints are okay.

Submit a brief bio, we don’t care if you have no work history, give us a brief bio of yourself.

Send submission to
submissions.deadmanstome@gmail.com


 

33 thoughts on “Submissions

  1. Would you consider reprints? Thanks.

      1. Thanks. I’ll be sending something your way shortly.

  2. are you still looking for submissions?

      1. great

  3. Sounds like an interesting concept.

  4. I have a number of short stories that could possibly be considered horror.. I could send you one to look at if you’d like?

  5. do you mean embedded in the email or send as an attachment

    1. Attached

  6. Do you always reply to submissions? How long does a reply normally take?

    1. I try to always reply. Sometimes things get missed. If you feel like it has been WAY too long, then send me an email.

  7. Thank you for the opportunity. My short story, Hunter’s Moon, has just been sent to your email. Thanks again!

    1. Hi, Mr. Deadman. Just wondering if you received my submission back in December? Never got confirmation. Cheers,
      Toneye.

      1. Take that as a no then? Noticing replies to everyone but mine. All good. Cheers for the opportunity to sub.

  8. Hi,

    You mention flash fiction but list 4000 word approximate word count.

    Are you accepting shorter stories than this? That is, flash fiction?

    Cheers

    1. Good question. I should change it to up to 4000 words. Flash fiction is welcomed.

  9. Hi, got a story around 5800. Is it too long?

    1. Send it. I’ll take a look at it

      1. you really are deaf, dumb and blind when you’re willing to take your sources from Encyclopedia Dramatica. Whose your nonfiction editor, Stephen Glass?

  10. Seeing one of my alumni on here; I think he brought what he learned from being in The Ethereal Gazette with him. Mr. Deadman have you looked into Zahid Zaman or Alex Rivera? They would compliment your mag too — check David Wright from 2007 in this publication as you get to see him hold his own with Matthew S. Carroll and introduced Steven Morgan into the publication. You should try to tap this one for a submission. I will say this much of David, he’s the author who’s going to piss this bastard off. You should really had tapped Tom Kelly to do the artwork for this because he did my work justice.

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  17. Are you purchasing rights or can we republish elsewhere?

  18. Are new monsters welcome?

    1. Preferred, actually

  19. Do you purchase artwork?

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