“the leaves fall”
Submission Type: Poetry Collection
Themes: Autumn, travel, transitions, reflection, new beginnings
Submission Deadline: August 15th, 12:00am, EST
Submission link: https://forms.gle/zSrijWjynBKUC2Un7
the leaves fall is opening up submissions as an autumnal poetry anthology for new and continuing writers alike! We are looking for poetry of all lengths that centers around the themes of travel, transitions, reflection, new beginnings, and the seasonal shift.
“Treat or Trick – Halloween Horror Stories”
Submission Type: Horror/Ghost Story Anthology
Themes: Stories about/from the perspective of ghosts
Submission Deadline: August 31st, 12:00am, EST
Submission link: https://forms.gle/FFe2jrkZPHbsaqd19
Treat or Trick – Halloween Horror Stories is looking for submissions of short stories (3,000–7,500 words in length) about the spookiest, creepiest, and most downright gruesome tales of October 31sts gone wrong. These horrific submissions should not only aim to keep our editing staff up at night after work, but also to remind our readers just how hallowed the ghastly holiday can truly be.
“Pets on the Prowl – An Animal Mystery Anthology”
Submission Type: Animal/Mystery Short Stories
Submission Deadline: September 30th, 12:00am, EST
Submission Link: https://forms.gle/jb5J8VfpkZBCh7BY8
“Pets on the Prowl – An Animal Mystery Anthology” is looking for submissions of mystery short stories (3,000 – 7,500 words) that include/are centered around at least one animal character. Perhaps your cat leads a secret double life as a Sherlock Holmes of sorts, or maybe there has been a murder at the zoo. Whatever the case, we want to read your story!
“My Robot & Me”
Submission Type: Stories About Robot-Human Relationships
Submission Deadline: October 31st, 12:00am, EST
Submission link: https://forms.gle/khwSZqxcKX2gBhRe6
“My Robot & Me” is looking for submissions of short stories (3,000 – 7,500 words) about the ever blurred lines between robots and humans. As newer and better advancements continue to make us question just how far robotics can go, so must the stories we tell. Perhaps you write a romance between person and bot, or maybe a partnership gone wrong? We can’t wait to read what you come up with!
General Submission Guidelines:
Some guidelines on how to send your submission:
- Your submission is in 12pt, Times New Roman font.
- The formatting of your submission is single spaced, with no spaces in between paragraphs, unless otherwise necessary.
- There is only one space after a terminal punctuation mark (period, question mark, etc.).
- The title of your submission and the name you wish to be published under are clearly stated at the top of your Google Doc.
- Each piece to be submitted is in its own Google Doc and is sent in with its own form.
Lastly, you are more than welcome to submit previously published work, so long as its publication rights are not restricted.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, feel free to reach out to email@example.com.