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Author Topic: Legends of a Buckeye State (closes 30th Nov 2012)  (Read 745 times)
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« on: August 20, 2012, 02:11:01 AM »

This from S. Clayton Rhodes:



I'll be editing an exciting new series for Woodland Press, beginning in 2013, tentatively titled Legends of the Buckeye State.

 Anthology Submission Guidelines:

 This anthology will focus on fictional tales based on known myths and legends within the state of Ohio. We're looking for well-written atmospheric horror or dark fiction.  The state is rich in history, and rumors of haunted houses, cemeteries and bridges abound.  Authors need not be from Ohio but should have ties to the state.  Submissions should refrain from excessive violence or language.

No reprints or simultaneous submissions, please.

 Payment - Five cents per word and one contributor copy
 Story length - Up to 2,500 words
 Deadline - 11/30/12
 Manuscript format - Double-space, use 12 point Times New Roman font.  Format using bold, italics, etc.; just as you intend it to be seen. / Submissions should be sent as standard word document attachments, not embedded.  If you have previous writing credits, tell us about them in the body of the email.

 Send submissions to the attention of the editor / S. Clayton Rhodes at ohiohorrorantho@yahoo.com


 Please do not query about submissions until after 4/30/13.Authors need not be from Ohio but should have ties to the state.
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