If you write dark fiction in the horror, thriller, suspense, crime or
sci-fi genres, then this market is worth aiming towards. You can get all the
information for submission here Wikipedia commons Salient points are these: DarkFuse Magazine is an online
You have two months to enter this short story competition! Open
to all writers. Length
– 2,000 words. Deadline
– 30 November, 2015 Any
subject. Prizes: First
- £500 Second
- £100 Third
- £50 Entry
fee: £6 (£10 for two entries; any more than two, £5 each) En...
London Magazine has been around a long time. It is England’s oldest literary periodical, with
a history stretching back to 1732 (with the odd hiatus of several years). They run an annual short story competition, and this year's is now open for entries....
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