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Presenting 4 horror and dark fiction publishers who accept unpublished manuscripts
Publishers below are accepted in a wide range of formats: Not only have I accepted publishers that are not currently open for entry. I have not added any publishers offering "Crowdfund" titles either. We kindly ask you to thoroughly review all our entry rules. In 1939, Arkham House released his first novel, The Outsider and Others by H. P. Lovecraft, a horror-author.
Over seventy years and 200 volumes later, the focus is on Lovecraft. Arkham House has also written for Greg Bear, Michael Bishop, James Blaycock, David Case, August Derleth, John Kessel, Mary Rosenblum and many more. Submission: Don't submit by e-mail. We will not accept any entries or confirm that you have submitted your work.
They' ll only get in touch with you if they're interested in posting your work. Click here to view the complete policy. Search for Dark Fantasy, Dark Fiction Thrillers, Horror, Secrets, Science Fiction and Supernatural Thrillers. Submission: Also, submit the first three sections; a covering note with your correct name, the name under which you would like to post (if different), your name, your name, your name, your name, your name, your e-mail adress, the number of words (not pages), your posting record and any special knowledge/experience you have regarding the work.
Submission by e-mail only. Click here to view the complete policy. RAINFLALL BOOKS is a UK publishing house for phantasy, horror and sci-fi, specialising in contemporary works based on the inspiration of H. P. Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard and Clark Ashton Smith. Submission: In the last three or four years Rainfall has released 150 chapterbooks and many more are in the starting blocks.
You are always looking for entries for chap books in the shape of poems and shorts. You like to reprint. For more information, please click here. You specialise in collector's hardcover book collections of literature of supernatural/foreign/horror fiction. You will also be publishing paperback books and e-books. Tarutarus was awarded four World Fantasy Awards and in 2010 was awarded a "Stoker" by the Horror Writers Association.
Submission: Tarutarus is looking for compilations of stories and fiction from 75,000 to 120,000 words. You want to preserve fiction that is foreign to literature or unnatural. They' re not interested in high imagination, horror or young adults' literature. You do not disclose books for young people, young people or young people. You should send your submission electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org as a Word or RSF attach.
In addition, they now also accept individual Strange Tales V stories. Please see the full policy here. Verrillo has five publications, four with large publishers and one alone. It blog about the publisher community, gives useful hints on how to get an agency, list agencies looking for customers, publishers who accept scripts directly from authors, explain how to sell and support their work, how to set up their own on-line platforms, how to get press coverage, how to post themselves and where to find marketplaces for their work in editing... and other forms of madness.
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