Anthologies Online          

      http://www.anthologiesonline.com/      Welcome to the Writing Site with an Emphasis on Anthologies

 

 

Writers: Subscribe and send in your brief bio and your best writing sample (up to 1200      words total) to apply to become a featured writer. Find free articles and markets to help you get published.  Readers: Find your favorite authors, anthologies, and other books.

  Editors, send in your calls for manuscripts. Find writers and manuscripts to fill your anthologies.

 

 This website is best viewed in IE

AO Homepage
Subscribe
Amy Lou Jenkins
Writers Wanted
Messageboard
How to Write
Articles
Anthologies
Table of Contents
Contact AO
Writing Magazines
About Contests
Search
Featured Authors
Free reprint articles
Amy Lou Jenkins is the award-winning author of Every Natural Fact: Five Seasons of Open-Air Parenting

"If you combined the lyricism of Annie Dillard, the vision of Aldo Leopold, and the gentle but tough-minded optimism of Frank McCourt, you might come close to Amy Lou Jenkins.Tom Bissell author of The Father of All Things 

"Sentence by sentence, a joy to read."   Phillip Lopate, Author of Waterfront

Follow AmyLouToYou on Twitter

 
 
 

Anthologies online participates in various affiliate programs and most links to books and products in articles/anthologies/author or any page offer some referral payment, pay for click or other reimbursement. The payment is generally pennies per click or purchase. Anthologies online also runs paid ads.The Anthologiesonline web site and newsletter are provided on an "as is" basis without any warranties of any kind and disclaim all warranties, including the warranty of merchantability, non-infringement of third parties' rights, and the warranty of fitness for particular purpose. No person or organization makes any warranties about the accuracy, reliability, completeness, or timeliness of the material, services, software text, graphics and links.  Any communication is generally considered to be nonconfidential. See Privacy Policy.

 

WorkTree.comClick. Work. Collect

Writers Wanted:  November

 

This article sponsored by:
TRY FREELANCE WORK EXCHANGE

If you want to earn a high income as a freelance professional, then one thing you will require is a good source of information on companies with opportunities. If there are companies looking for people with your skills and experience, Freelance Work Exchange may know about it.
check it out today. Operated by a freelance writer!
Holiday Anthologies: Written by an Anthologies Online Featured Writer  

Graces : Prayers and Poems for Everyday Meals and Special Occasions


Christmas Blessings: Prayers and Poems to Celebrate  the Season

  Netbooks starting at $299

 

Publisher Seeks Submissions for 2011 MOTIF Anthology

 

  MOTIF is a themed anthology series published annually by MotesBooks, Louisville, Ky.

 

 

 
 
 

Volume 1: Writing By Ear: An Anthology of Writings about Music, 2009, featured 116 established and emerging writers, including songwriters Patty Griffin, Buddy & Julie Miller, Scott Miller and RB Morris.

 

Volume 2: Come What May: An Anthology of Writings about Chance, 2010, included 136 writers from the U.S. and four other countries.

 

 

 

The theme or “motif” for Volume 3 is WORK.

 

Details: www.MotesBooks.com or email MOTIF@MotesBooks.com.

 

Submissions may be poems, short stories, song lyrics, short memoirs, essays, letters, creative nonfiction, or other forms. Combinations of forms are acceptable up to the limits described: Prose must be under 3,000 words. Send no more than three poems/lyrics.  All genres will be considered as long as “work” is referenced or illuminated in the works.  Submissions may address the theme either directly or indirectly, but “work” should figure significantly and artfully in the piece.  The definition or concept of “work” can be interpreted in any way the writer sees fit.

 

 

Each contributor whose work is accepted will receive an ongoing contributor's discount for unlimited purchases of copies to use or resell. Marketing outlets include Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com, and the publisher's website, MotesBooks.com. Special marketing strategies will also be utilized, including one or more public readings with selected contributors by invitation of the editor or publisher.

 

 

Submit by email only. Send manuscript (Arial 12 pt., single-spaced) as a .doc or .rtf file (MS Word) to MOTIF@MotesBooks.com.

 

IMPORTANT: Use "MOTIF Anthology" as the subject line (email containing blank subject lines will automatically be deleted; other subject lines may inadvertently be tagged as spam). Include all author contact information (including phone, snail mail, and e-mail address) with each submission.

 

Include a 50-60 word biographical note to appear in Contributor's section of the anthology in case of acceptance.

 

Do not send previously published material, including online publications.

 

Submission period closes November 30, 2010.

Acceptances will be notified by early 2011. Publication slated for Summer, 2011.  Editor is Marianne Worthington.

 

 

The 11th Annual Writer's Digest Short Short Story Competition is open

Details: WD guidelines They seek fiction that's bold, brilliant ... but brief. Send your best in 1,500 words or less. But don't be too long about it—the deadline is December 1, 2010.

The Grand-Prize winner will receive $3,000 
 

Share Your Story in Cup of Comfort

Cup of Comfort is pleased to announce the “Favorite Holiday Memory Story Contest!” From November 5th through December 5th, we will be accepting stories (ranging from 1,000 to 2,000 words) that detail a cherished holiday memory. The grand prize winning story will receive $100 and the complete Cup of Comfort library. The two runners up will receive the complete Cup of Comfort library. All 3 stories will be run on CupofComfort.com from December 15 through January 1st.

Complete details in the online Call for Submissions and in the Writers Guidelines.

 


Women Writing on Family: Tips on Writing, Teaching and Publishing, Anthology Call


Book Publisher: The Key Publishing House Inc., publisher of academic and non-academic books, Toronto, Ontario.

Submissions are being sought for an anthology about writing and publishing by women with experience in writing and publishing about family. Possible subjects: using life experience; networking; unique issues women must overcome; formal education; queries and proposals;
conference participation; self-publishing; teaching tips. Tips on writing about family: creative nonfiction, poetry, short stories, nonfiction, novels.

Practical, concise, how-to articles with bullets/headings have proven the most helpful to readers. Please avoid writing too much about "me" and concentrate on what will help the reader. No previously published, co-written, or simultaneously submitted material.

Foreword by Supriya Bhatnagar, Director of Publications, Editor of The Writer's Chronicle, Association of Writers & Writing Programs, George Mason University. Author of the memoir: and then there were three?(Serving House Books, 2010)

Afterword by Dr. Amy Hudock, co-founder of Literary Mama, on-line literary magazine chosen by Writers Digest as one of the 101 Best Web
Sites for Writers.

Co-Editor Carol Smallwood appears in Who's Who of American Women, Michigan Feminist Studies, The Writer's Chronicle. She's included in
Best New Writing in Prose 2010. Her 23rd book is Writing and Publishing: The Librarian's Handbook (American Library Association,
2010). A chapter of newly published Lily's Odyssey was short listed for the Eric Hoffer Prose Award; a book trailer of Contemporary American
Women: Our Defining Passages is http://il.youtube.com/watch?v=8M6m7PXGQIU&feature=related


Please send 2-3 possible topics you would like to contribute each described in a few sentences and a 65-75 word bio using the format like
the bio's above. Please send in a .doc Word file by December 15, 2010 using FAMILY/Your Name on the subject line to
smallwood@tm.net. You'll receive a Go-Ahead and guidelines if your topics haven't been taken. Contributors will be asked to contribute a total of 1900-2100 words. Those included in the anthology will receive a complimentary copy as compensation.
 

            Attention Wisconsin Writers

2010 Wisconsin People & Ideas / Wisconsin Book Festival Short Story and Poetry Contests!

 
Write for Discussion Boards: $1200 per week... 
Administer a Web Business from Home:  $4000 per month...
Transcribe Authors' Notes: $80 per hour...

Find thousands of freelance jobs like these: Click here

Details: www.wisconsinacademy.org   Wisconsin People & Ideas regularly publishes some of the best poetry and fiction from around the state, and now it's your chance to become a part of Wisconsin's new literary canon. Enter your poems and short stories in our annual contests, which run from September 15 to December 15 and are open to all Wisconsin residents and students, and you could win up to $500 and other prizes along with publication in Wisconsin People & Ideas and a reading at the 2011 Wisconsin Book Festival in Madison.

About the Short Story Contest
Short story contest winners will be chosen by author Valerie Laken. Winners receive prizes of $500 (first place), $250 (second place), and $100 (third place). Winning works appear serially beginning with the first-prize story in the summer 2011 issue of Wisconsin People & Ideas. The first-place story author will also receive a manuscript review by a national publisher of note. For details and rules, visit our 2011 Short Story Contest page.

About the Poetry Contest
Poetry contest winners will be chosen by poet Angela Rydell. Winners receive prizes of $500 (first place, the John Lehman Poetry Award), $100 (second place), and $50 (third place). Winning poems appear in the spring 2011 issue of Wisconsin People & Ideas, with 10 runners-up in the summer and fall 2011 issues. The first-prize poet also receives a three-hour CD recording/editing session at Abella Studios. For details and rules, visit our 2011 Poetry Contest page.

The top three winners of both contests will be invited to read their work at a special event at the Wisconsin Book Festival during October 2011. The Wisconsin People & Ideas / Wisconsin Book Festival Short Story Contest is supported by the Wisconsin Humanities Council, Avol's Bookstore, Abella Studio, and Wisconsin Public Television. Thank you to all of our 2011 contest sponsors.
 

What Makes You Stronger: Real Talk About Breast Cancer


Details: Wisconsin People & Ideas regularly publishes some of the best poetry and fiction from around the state, and now it's your chance to become a part of Wisconsin's new literary canon. Enter your poems and short stories in our annual contests, which run from September 15 to December 15 and are open to all Wisconsin residents and students, and you could win up to $500 and other prizes along with publication in Wisconsin People & Ideas and a reading at the 2011 Wisconsin Book Festival in Madison.

About the Short Story Contest
Short story contest winners will be chosen by author Valerie Laken. Winners receive prizes of $500 (first place), $250 (second place), and $100 (third place). Winning works appear serially beginning with the first-prize story in the summer 2011 issue of Wisconsin People & Ideas. The first-place story author will also receive a manuscript review by a national publisher of note. For details and rules, visit our 2011 Short Story Contest page.

About the Poetry Contest
Poetry contest winners will be chosen by poet Angela Rydell. Winners receive prizes of $500 (first place, the John Lehman Poetry Award), $100 (second place), and $50 (third place). Winning poems appear in the spring 2011 issue of Wisconsin People & Ideas, with 10 runners-up in the summer and fall 2011 issues. The first-prize poet also receives a three-hour CD recording/editing session at Abella Studios. For details and rules, visit our 2011 Poetry Contest page.

The top three winners of both contests will be invited to read their work at a special event at the Wisconsin Book Festival during October 2011. The Wisconsin People & Ideas / Wisconsin Book Festival Short Story Contest is supported by the Wisconsin Humanities Council, Avol's Bookstore, Abella Studio, and Wisconsin Public Television. Thank you to all of our 2011 contest sponsors.
 

Call For Submissions

 

Editors are soliciting individual nonfiction accounts for an anthology about real-life "bad date" experiences.  Did you date have terrible manners?  Overshared?  Drank too much?  Or was there just a series of bad events? Your entries should be between 200 and 800 words in length, and give a quick but detailed overview of the most uncanny, strange, humorous, embarrassing or downright awful encounter you’ve ever had while on a date. 

Entries accepted for publication will be collected in an anthology of brief tales about experiences with the dating world, published in eBook form.  Unless you request to remain anonymous, your name and city of residence will be included with your accepted story.  Please understand that the editors may make slight changes to the length, vocabulary, and/or title of your story; however, if your piece is chosen for the anthology, the general content and meaning will remain the same.

Due date is December 15, 2010.

Email submissions to 50worstdates@comcast.net



 

 
  Job Search - Beyond.com

 Discover Monogram Card

 
  'Shaddap' & Write Baby Doll T-Shirt

 Magazines.com, Inc.

Anthology about Mother Loss seek poems

U.S. anthology seeks poetry and prose poems about the loss of a mother -- from raw grief to the uplifting. Poetry: 100 lines max. Short prose: 750 words max. Send up to 5 submissions and brief bio in a 12-point, double spaced Word doc. to motherlosspoetry@gmail.com
Payment: Copy. Deadline: December 1, 2009.

Mail: Mother Loss/Details, 8663 River Crossing Blvd., Indianapolis, IN 46240.
 

Call for Submissions for new Anthology


Details: http://www.press53.com/whatdoesntkillyou.html

What Doesn’t Kill You… a new anthology coming from Press 53 in Spring 2010 is looking for stories of struggle—real or imagined, physical or mental.

Contributors will receive a complimentary copy of the anthology plus the opportunity to buy unlimited copies at a discount.

Contributors will also have one page in the back of the anthology for his or her bio, photo, and story comments.

We’re looking for eight stories to run alongside the seven we have already requested from some of today’s top award-winning writers.

Stories can be fiction or nonfiction, from 100-10,000 words.

There is NO reading fee.

Please limit your submission to one story.

Previously published works are acceptable, so long as the author holds all rights and no previous publication agreement is violated.

DEADLINE: Submissions will be accepted until the New Year rings in at midnight December 31, 2009.

Send your submission via email attachment to co-editor Murray Dunlap at murraydunlap@gmail.com


If you have any questions, please email Kevin Morgan Watson at kevin@ress53.com

Multi Genre Competition

Details: www.cinnamonpress.com

Cinnamon Press competitions offer writers in different genres excellent publication opportunities. One of our competition winning poetry collections, for example, was short-listed for the Forward Prize and anther for the Jerwood Aldeburgh prize, while Cinnamon competition winner, Jane McKie won best first book of the year in the Sundial Scottish Arts Award 2008 for Morocco Rococo, demonstrating the ability of the competitions to allow fine new writing to emerge.

We run each of the competitions twice a year with closing dates of June 30th and November 30th.

2011 Northwest Perspectives Essay Contest

Full Guidelines: Oregon Quarterly

OPEN AND STUDENT CATEGORIES

Oregon Quarterly
invites entries to the Northwest Perspectives Essay Contest in both student and open categories. Entries should address ideas that affect the Northwest. The Oregon Quarterly staff will select finalists and the contest judge will choose the top three winners in each category. Past judges have been Kim Stafford, Barry Lopez, John Daniel, Karen Karbo, Brian Doyle, Lauren Kessler, and Craig Lesley.

PRIZES:

Open Category

First place: $750
Second place: $300
Third place: $100

Student Category

First place: $500
Second place: $200
Third place: $75

 

In addition

bullet First place essays will appear in Oregon Quarterly.
 
bullet A selection of top essays will be featured in a springtime public reading on the UO campus.
 
bullet Fifteen finalists (ten in the open category and five students) will be announced in the summer 2008 issue of Oregon Quarterly.
 
bullet All finalists will be invited to participate in a writing workshop with the contest judge. The contest is open to all nonfiction writers, except: (1) first-place winners from previous years’ contests, (2) authors who have written a feature for Oregon Quarterly in the past calendar year, and (3) staff of Oregon Quarterly, University Advancement, or their family members. The student contest is open to any student currently enrolled and pursuing a graduate or undergraduate degree at a college or university. Previously published essays will not be considered.

Manuscript Submission Guidelines

bullet Submit two copies of your manuscript.
bullet Paperclip a cover sheet to the two copies that includes only the essay’s title; a word count; and the entrant's name, address, and phone number must be provided. Indicate whether the essay is for the student or open category.
bullet Entrant's name must not appear on any pages of the manuscript other than the cover sheet.
 
bullet One entry per person.
 
bullet Manuscripts should be printed double-spaced on 8˝-by-11-inch white paper with minimum 1-inch margins.
 
bullet Faxed or e-mail entries are not accepted.
 
bullet Postmark deadline is January 15, 2011.

Entries will not be returned. Those that do not meet these submission guidelines are automatically disqualified. There is no entry fee.

 

Send entries to:
Oregon Quarterly Essay Contest
5228 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403-5228

Multigenre

Details: http://www.weavemagazine.net/2008/05/submission-guidelines.html

Weave Magazine, an independent art and literary publication, is currently accepting submissions for our sixth issue, being released in June 2011. We welcome submissions of poetry, fiction, flash fiction, nonfiction, short plays and monologues. For more information about Weave and the work we publish, please see the "about" page on our website (http://www.weavemagazine.net/p/about.html)

The submissions period ends January 31, 2011.


 

The Other Journal seeks submissions of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction for our upcoming issues
 


Details: http://theotherjournal.com/info.php?page=submissions

All submissions should be sent via email to submissions@theotherjournal.com

with "TOJ Submission" written in the subject line. Please indicate the genre of your submission in the subject line of your email and submit your work as Microsoft Word or rich text format documents. Submissions that are pasted directly into the text of an email rather than an attached document may not be considered.

We accept poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction. Send up to six poems or one piece of prose at a time. Fiction submissions may include short stories or self-contained novel excerpts, and creative nonfiction submissions may include personal essays or memoirs. Because we are an online journal, we take a special interest in short prose submissions, especially pieces that are less than 2,500 words. We will consider simultaneous submissions, but please indicate they have been simultaneously submitted elsewhere and let us know right away if you are withdrawing them from consideration. 
 

   
   



Editorial statement:

The Other Journal welcomes the submission of critical essays, reviews, creative writing, and visual or performance art that encounter life through the lens of theology and culture; we seek pieces that consider the interaction of faith with contemporary life, art, politics, sexuality, technology, economics, and social justice. We are particularly interested in works which present creative, alternative views that may otherwise fall outside the margins of mainstream narratives. And although we primarily focus on perspectives within the Christian tradition, we invite dialogue with all who are interested in exploring the ongoing role of faith and spirituality in the world.

The Other Journal
Mars Hill Graduate School
2501 Elliott Ave
Seattle, WA 98121


Deadline: Feb 11, 2011

Call for Submissions: Shady Side Review

 

Details: http://www.shadysidereview.com

 Magazines.com, Inc.



Call for Submissions: shady side review is seeking prose under 1,000
words and poetry of any length for Volume 2. shady side review seeks
work that exhibits the gritty side of life: cigarette butts that
litter sidewalks, a half-drunken bottle of whiskey left on the porch,
the empty corridors of a dead mall – work that encompasses the
underbelly of society, whether it be rural or urban. shady side review
publishes both upcoming and previously published writers.
 


 

 

Reverie:
Midwest African American Literature


Reverie is a journal devoted to featuring the best literature and is open to African Americans with "ties" to the Midwest. The Review Board consists of a distinguished group of professional writers and instructors.  Reverie appears in print and online. We are a literary journal that publishes poetry, fiction, and creative non-fiction. We will also accept book reviews as well.


 Writer's Guidelines for Reverie:


Submit in standard manuscript format, with a word count not to exceed 50 lines (poetry) and/or 3,000 words (Fiction/Essay). No more than three poems, please. No urban crime fiction or erotica, please. Publisher reserves the right to make light edits as necessary. Email 

reverie.journal@gmail.comand type "Reverie" in the subject line and attach submission in Microsoft Word or Rich-text format (rtf) or mail manuscripts to: Aquarius Press, PO Box 23096, Detroit, MI  48223. Attn: Journal. No phone calls. Include an SASE if you want your manuscript returned. 

 

*Also, we are interested in original art for the cover--payment will be 2 copies and a mini gallery on the site.

NEXT SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Feb 1, 2011
 
2011 Fiction Contest


Details: http://bluemesalit.wordpress.com/about/
Here are the specifics if you'd like to take a stab at this year's contest:
All unpublished fiction manuscripts of 7000 words or fewer will be considered.
The winner will receive $1000 and publication in Blue Mesa Review Issue 24.
This year's judge is Lori Ostlund .
Please submit and pay $17 online to our new online submission manager by visiting this link:
http://bluemesareview.submishmash.com/Submit
Or
Please mail submissions with $17 entry fee to:

Fiction Contest
Blue Mesa Review
Creative Writing Program
University of New Mexico
MSC 03-2170
Albuquerque, NM 87131-0001

Checks should be made payable to UNM-BMR


Good Luck!~

The Deadline for the 2011 Fiction Contest is December 31 2010.

 

 

 2009Submit to Freshwater


Freshwater, Asnuntuck Community College’s internationally known poetry journal, is accepting submissions for our 2011 issue to be published in May 2010.


Submit no more than 5 poems, with name, address, and e-mail address on each poem, together with a brief biographical note, and a stamped self-addressed envelope for notification only to:

Freshwater
Asnuntuck Community College
170 Elm Street
Enfield, CT 06082

Or submit by e-mail to
freshwater@acc.commnet.edu

DEADLINE: December 30, 2010

r new Spring 2010 Annual Edition

Fourth River Award for Poetry 
Fourth River Award for Creative Nonfiction 


 Details:http://fourthriver.chatham.edu/submit.cfm

 
  Careers and Education - College & Degree Info
 
  Shop Fall Fashion Trends at HSN.com



We are looking for poetry and creative nonfiction that capture the places—natural, built and imagined, urban, rural or wild—where humans and nature converge and collide. 

No reading fee is required for submission to Issue 7. Accepted authors receive two contributor's copies of the journal.

Include cover letter with name, address, phone number, email contact, and titles of enclosed work.

All manuscripts must include a SASE for response to be considered.

No e-mail submissions accepted.

Kindly let us know if you are submitting simultaneously, and inform us if your work is accepted elsewhere.

Reading Period (for standard issues): August 1 – February 15

 

Submission Address

The Fourth River
Chatham University
Woodland Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15232


Contact Us

For more information, contact The Fourth River at fourthriver@chatham.edu.



 

 

Travelers TaleMore Time for Joy at the SHOP Gift Centers

Details: http://www.travelerstales.com/guidelines/

Calls for manuscripts for anthologies of nonfiction centered on topics or locations.
 

Call for Subs: Umbrella


 

Details: www.umbrellajournal.com
 
Umbrella, the supremely rereadable electronic journal, is now reading for our winter issue, online December 1st.   

 
 
 
 


 www.umbrellajournal.com/submit.htm
 
In addition to reading works of a general nature, our theme for the Winter edition will be popular culture. Movies, TV shows, music, fashions, trends, pop icons and iconography: intrigue us with poems that recognize the depths beneath the shallows.  
 
Deadline:  November 10, 2010.

 

THE SUBWAY CHRONICLES


Details: http://www.thesubwaychronicles.com

looking for essays (up to 3000 words), non fiction shorts.To submit your essay for consideration, attach a file in text format or copy into the body of the email. To submit a photo, attach the file in .jpg format. Please type 'Submission' in the subject line. You must have all rights to your original essay. 

 

Call for Submissions: Shakespeare's Monkey

Details: http://www.shakespearesmonkeys.com/~monkey/article-5053-guidelines

Submissions of all genres (under 3000 words) will be considered, however our primary focus is creative writing with emphasis on poetry and short prose. We are now accepting original poetry submissions for our next issue “Work” The deadline for submissions is October 31, 2009.
Submissions should not exceed 3000 words. All submissions should be submitted by email to:
submissions@shakespearesmonkeys.com

 

 

Shakespeare's Monkey Revue is an international literary journal dedicated to excellence.

 

Ray Burrell Poetry Award


Details: ValleyWriters

The Ray Burrell Award for Poetry accepts submissions of poetry, any style, unpublished, in English.
 


 
Tom Howard/John H. Reid Short Story Contest

Details : http://www.winningwriters.com/tomstory.htm

A top prize of $1,000 and publication in an anthology by Tom Howard Books is given annually for an original short story, essay, or other work of prose. $2,575 will be awarded in all. Tom Howard will judge. The reading fee per entry is $10. Early submission is encouraged. 8,000-word limit per entry. No limits on style or theme. You may submit work that has been published or won prizes elsewhere, as long as you own the anthology and online publication rights. Unpublished work is also welcome. Submit your entries online or by mail.

  Entries  postmarked by March 31.

 

Fish Publishing Home International Prize for Short Stories

 

Details: http://www.fishpublishing.com/

Deadline Nov. 30th

Anthology Call

Stories, poems, and articles about relationships with individuals who have made an impact on your life.  Must be non-fiction and based on honest and introspective stories of life-lessons learned and sometimes humorous reflections on life and relationships.
 

Stories about an unique individual whose relationship with that person has changed your life forever. Examples: personal relationships with everyday people like mother, father, sibling, teacher, mentor etc. (non romantic & non sexual)

* We especially like humorous and introspective stories. 

 Payment: No payment. Author will get one copy of the book

To submit to this anthology: Please copy and paste work in the body of the email. Please do not send attachments. Please write: "TRUE RELATIONSHIPS STORIES" in the title of the email.

Submit your story, poem or article to Submissions@emergingedgepublishing.com

Stories must be between 500 to 2000 words or more.

Poems should reflect on the topic of relationships and be more than 10 lines long.

Articles can be a personal reflection or opinion on relationships. Must be between 500 to 1500 words or more.


 

For more information on other anthologies please visit www.emergingedgepublishing.com/submissions 
 

 

 



See October edition of  Writers Wanted

See December edition of Writers Wanted