Post by Chris Bartholomew on Nov 8, 2011 16:00:27 GMT -5
Bloody Ghost Stories An Anthology of Dark Supernatural Demise
Edited by Brianna Stoddard
Give me all your extreme horror ghost stories, think like the title says: Dark Supernatural Demise. That should say it all. I want to see what you writers can weave out of a ghost story with ill-fated encounters with humans. Picture the classics (Poltergiest, Haunting in Connecticut, etc.) with a bloody not-happily-ever-after ending. 1,000 to 5,000 word limit.
Standard format applies: Georgia 12 pt. font, single space, no headers footers or special formatting, justified, scene breaks marked with centered ***. Short 3rd person bio at the end of the story. Doc or Rtf formats ONLY.
Email questions, comments, or submissions to email@example.com.
Post by briannastoddard on Nov 24, 2011 23:45:16 GMT -5
Battlefield Suburbia by David S. Pointer Helping Out Away From Home by David S. Pointer Losing Control by William Todd Rose WINNER TAKES ALL by Dorothy Davies Primal Smoke by Ron Koppelberger From The Dead of DC by C.D. Carter House of Living Shadows by Brian Barnett The Twin Ghost by Olivia Arieti FEAR ITSELF by Dempsey Wilson Easy Money by Matthew Wilson Dead On His Feet by Matthew Wilson Skeleton in the Wall by Matthew Wilson The Barn Lovers by Olivia Arieti THE OLD HAUNTED CHURCH by Jason Ryan Qualls The Scarred Room by Lee Clark Zumpe CRASH TEST by Ken Goldman A Little Girl by Tammy A. Branom The Twins by Jason Ryan Qualls The Beauty of Death by Jason Ryan Qualls I LOVE YOU by Jason Ryan Qualls Peekaboo by Jason Ryan Qualls My Ghost by James Ward Kirk Legend of the Black Revolver by Juan J. Gutierrez Lazaretto by Marija Elektra Rodriguez Spectre on the Wire by B.T. Joy Bloody Marilyn by David Frazier Field 12A by Matthew Wilson
ok ... so I have been driven mad all week with the vision of my co-author sat at his desk, writing WINNER TAKES ALL on a very large sheet of paper... trouble is, I have been building myself a website www.notes-from-a-smaller-island.com and not writing stories, but now look, he tells me it is a bloody ghost story in every way and we will be writing it this weekend!
sorry, Brianna, I sidelined into a story for another editor, done, dusted and accepted, so now I am back with this one! Oh, and sorting out the anthologies which Greg left, but they're doing just fine now.