Phantasm Books, a part of the Assent Publishing group, is currently accepting submissions. Here is the text from their website:
“We currently are seeking submissions. Dark fantasy, urban fantasy, and steampunk must have vivid, expertly drawn characters that will stand the test of a series. Dark fantasy must have unique elements and beautiful world-building. We prefer SEAL strength heroines for urban fantasy. Steampunk must have original and comprehensive environment. Full length (at least 85,000 – 125,000 words) works only. Please read the full submission guidelines for instructions on how to submit your book.”
So, wait no more and submit your work to them! Jump straight to the submission guidelines.
Many people are touched by cancer every day. It’s a terrible disease that has taken thousands of lives. I personally have family members who passed away due to cancer, and I have a lot of friends who went through the same thing. So, I was intrigued when I saw the call for submissions for an anthology based on cancer.
It’s an anthology edited by Rhonda Parish and published by Wolfsinger Publications. I immediately submitted a story and then I decided to write this post and share it with other people. So, here is the information:
They are looking for stories up to 7,500 words long and poems up to 40 lines long.
Please follow standard manuscript formatting when submitting (http://www.shunn.net/format/story.html) and send your submission to editor (at) wolfsingerpubs.com as an .rtf file.
Put ‘Cancer Submission – “the title of your submission” – your last name’ as the subject of your email.
No simultaneous submissions, please.
Payment is $10.00 advance with an equal share of 25% of royalties.
Deadline: June 30, 2013
Here is the official page for more information:
Deepwood Publishing is accepting submissions for a new anthology called “Ancient New”. Here’s their brief description:
“With this anthology we’re looking for stories that are a strange collection of ancient and new technology. Perhaps chemistry is highly advanced and rockets are commonplace, but electricity was never invented. Perhaps steam engines exist, but are used to replace horses in chariot battles between archers. The story should have one or two aspects of technology that are wildly more advanced than the rest of the society, and thus affect it in strange ways. We highly prefer stories without magic.”
Here are their submission guidelines and here is the anthology entry in Duotrope.
Alex Shvartsman is editing a new anthology of humorous Science Fiction & Fantasy.
This looks like a great anthology, so if you have the funny bone in you, submit quickly.
To submit follow the link to the submission guidelines below: