Submit a Review - Reading Addicts For those of you who follow us on our Facebook page, you’ll understand how this page has grown to be. If you’ve just stumbled across the website, you’re welcome too. As readers will be aware, I always keep everyone up to date with what I am reading, but now I want to find out what you are reading too! It’s lovely to have an incentive to submit a review, and I’m afraid ours is only small. If you love to read and would love to share your reviews with us to publish in the Reading Addicts review section, then simply follow our guidelines below. Reviews must be written in English: Although reviews must be written in the English language, don’t worry that they have to be perfect, just good enough will do. Reviews must be a minimum of 200 words: We think 200 is perfect for a basic review, but there’s no upper limit. Reviews must be original content: By this we mean that what you submit mustn’t be a copy/paste of something you have submitted somewhere else on the Internet. Consider spoilers:
Calls for Submissions | Maxim Jakubowski This is an anthology of brand new material I have been asked to edit for Constable Robinson. I am seeking original stories to feature Professor Moriarty (preferably not always involving Sherlock Holmes, but can feature other characters who’ve appeared in the Sherlockian canon, such as Lestrade, Irene Adler, Mycroft, etc…). Ideal length between 4,000 and 7,500 words. Rights required are non-exclusive World English language anthology rights, with an option for foreign language translation within the anthology should offers be made for overseas editions. Delivery 15th February 2015. I will accept email submissions (in Word doc). Payment £130 (or, at current exchange rate $215) on publication. Moriarty, the Napoleon of crime, is a familiar character, although he only actually appeared in two Sherlock stories (and countless later pastiches by other pens…). If you have any queries beforehand do get in touch with me at email@example.com Delivery April 1st 2015.
Submit A List Terms & Conditions Copyright and Ownership 1. You affirm that you are the original writer of the list and that you own all rights and copyright relating to it. 2. 3. 4. 5. Writing A List 6. a. b. c. d. Submission Guidelines - Helen : A Literary Magazine, LLC We accept submissions only through Submittable. Submission Periods: Submissions may be sent to us between March 1st through August 1st for our October issue and between October 1st through February 1st for our April issue. Themes: Each issue has a theme. Please make sure your submissions apply to our current theme. We are very strict on this rule because we want to create a cohesive magazine. Upcoming Themes: October 2014 Issue = Strong Female LeadApril 2015 Issue = MusicOctober 2015 Issue = Animal*April 2015 Issue = Flight *We will be accepting submissions in this theme beginning March 1, 2015. Simultaneous Submissions: We accept simultaneous submissions, but please notify us immediately if your work has been accepted elsewhere. Fees: We do not charge to read or review your work. Response Times: Within 1-2 months with the exception of contests. Payments: Helen is strongly committed to supporting our contributors’ work. Artists and poets will also have merchandising opportunities.
SFReader Short Story Fiction Submission Guidelines SFReader has has been online since 2001 and is one of the Internet's oldest speculative fiction review sites. We're pleased to announce that SFReader has begun accepting short story submissions for our monthly SFReader Fiction Feature. This page contains all the information you need to know to submit your stories for consideration. The reading period is ongoing, however. Submission Guidelines No submission fee Story length: 1,000 to 5,000 words firm No reprints SFReader will be purchasing first electronic rights and one-time reprint rights for inclusion in an annual anthology No simultaneous submissions No multiple submissions Email submissions ONLY! Payment Authors will receive a one-time payment of $25 USD upon acceptance. Notification and Posting Authors will be notified via email within 60 days after story receipt. Contracts will be completed after acceptance. Read the complete publishing contract. How to Submit EMAIL SUBMISSIONS ONLY! Thanks!
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