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Issue #13 - The Second Annual
Women in Horror Recognition Month Issue!

Featuring 168 pages of Short Stories, Flash Fiction, Poetry & Photography by Women in Horror.
Feature interview by Angie Gallow, author of The Coven.
We're also featuring a 400 word Flash Fiction Contest based on a single image. Three authors will be chosen to win a $10 Gift Certificate to Amazon! (on pg30)

 

Issue #12 - Dead & Dying

Featuring 81 pages of Short Stories,
Flash & Poetry describing the author's
death. An interview with Greg McCabe,
and artwork by Karen Runge,
'The Haunted Bridges Series'.


Issue #11 - Revenge!

Featuring 91 pages of Revenge!
Short Stories, Flash, Poetry, Artwork.
An interview with GL Helm, author
of 'Sometimes in Dreams', and artist Doug Rinaldi.


Issue #10 - MONSTER Fiction

Featuring 80 pages of MONSTER Fiction!
Short Stories, Flash , Poetry, Photos.
An interview with Aiden Truss, author
of 'GAPE', and Pixie Spindel of Pixie Vision.


 

Our Latest Novel & Novella Releases:

The Undying Love
Author: Greg McCable
Genre: Zombie Apocalypse


GAPE
Author: Aiden Truss
Genre: Horror


Sometimes in Dreams
Author: G.L. Helm
Genre: Contemporary Romance


 

Our Latest Anthology Releases:

Mental Ward:
Echoes of the Past
Author: Multiple
Genre: Horror/Haunting


He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not

Author: Multiple
Genre: Romance/Erotic


Mental Ward:
Stories from the Asylum
Author: Multiple
Genre: Horror/Psychological


 

A NEW Genre from Sirens Call Publications:
YA/Middle Grade Reading

Kin Ship
Moustache on the Moon, part one
Author: d.k. snape
Genre: Youth/Fantasy/SciFi


 

Sirens Call Publications is currently accepting submissions for:


OPEN SUBMISSION: Horror Anthology

Mental Ward: Experiments

The elevator doors open, the lights are flickering, the gurney is wheeled into a dank, dimly-lit hallway well below ground. Does the Doctor have the patient's best interests at heart, or is something more nefarious going on? How does the staff figure out what treatments are most effective and which are not?

In our other two Mental Ward collections, we asked you to tell us what happened above ground in the institute itself; what memories of the past were trapped in the abandoned hallways; now we're asking you to tell us what goes on behind closed doors. The secret experiments that are feared and whispered about among the patients. Tell us what greed, the corruption of power, and the desire to be remembered will drive a Doctor to do the unthinkable to the unfortunate patients left in their care.

Tell your tale from whatever perspective you'd like, just make sure the story you tell is a depraved one.


Submission Deadline: April 30, 2014

Word Count minimum: 4,000 words - nothing less will be reviewed; no reprints considered.

Submission Guidelines >>>

 


OPEN SUBMISSION: Sci-Fi/Horror Anthology

Out of Phase: Tales of Sci-Fi Horror

Very simply, for this collection of short stories, we are looking for Science Fiction Horror. We don't care if that means mutation, creation, invention, machinery gone awry, or space and or time travel. But it must be Science Fiction, and it must be Horror Fiction. What we specifically do not want are Other World/Fantasy stories - these will be rejected.

If you choose to take a factual approach to your Sci-Fi Horror, we ask that you exercise constraint and not bore us or the reader with unneeded details. By all means, include necessary details, but delivering a slew of facts in order will not translate to an intriguing read. Most likely, these stories will be rejected as well. Our review team is highly scientifically minded, so vet your facts, and make sure they are accurate. False data based too closely on truth that lacks an imaginary spin will also earn you a rejection.

Be creative, imaginative, and dead-on-the-money accurate on this one. It's our first venture into the Sci-Fi realm, and we won't be accepting anything that lacks genuine kick!


Submission Deadline: May 31, 2014

Word Count minimum: 4,000 words - nothing less will be reviewed; no reprints considered.

Submission Guidelines >>>

 

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