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Issue #10 is delayed... AGAIN. Sorry, Loyal Readers. New pub date is June 14th, 2016.
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Issue #10 is delayed. New pub date is May 10th, 2016.
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Black Treacle. A free magazine of Horror, Dark Fantasy, and Speculative fiction. Menu Skip to content. Home · About · Contact · Current Issue · Submission Guidelines · Subscribe · Black Treacle. ISSUE #10 READING PERIOD CLOSES ON SATURDAY, MARCH 19TH 00:00:00 AST. Any submissions received after ...
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RT @DougPark1: @keeltyc Just read "Nainaine of the Bayou" from @BlackTreaclemag. Great story--loved it!
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RT @David_Annandale: I may have written a Space Wolves novel. And the ebook just MAY be available today... https://t.co/DNiqcCXvY1
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RT @ajsobtd1: OPENED FOR SUBMISSIONS! - https://t.co/D2mT0Iug8S via @BlackTreacleMag
We've decided to open to submissions a couple weeks ahead of schedule. If you've got a piece you've been itching to send now is the time. Check out the submission guidelines for details. This entry was posted in News on December 17, 2015 by A.P. Matlock.
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RT @JMReynolds: "Seven Heart Beats" by Josh Reynolds - https://t.co/tpt6HSUmBo via @BlackTreacleMag
Isaac Clay hauled in a rattling, wheezy breath. His chest pouched jerkily beneath the bed-covers and his thin, tight flesh looked like wax paper in the lantern light. His eyes were closed and turned inward, lost in old times and foggy dreams. He hadn't said nary a word in a week, ...
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RT @GeoffGander: I just found a nice review of my #zombie story, "Re-Possession", in @BlackTreaclemag: https://t.co/sjdlExURdw. :)
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Been on vacation ... If you've submitted in the past week, expect an acknowledgement before days end.
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The Great Beast's Curried Rice Recipe - http://ow.ly/Y2E2W
English occultist Aleister Crowley wasn’t merely a poet, painter, mountain climber and the Great Beast 666, he was also an aspiring chef, his specialty apparently being lethally hot curries. Here’s a passage referring to his “glacial curry” taken from his autohagiography, The Confessions of Aleister Crowley: “The weather made it impossible to do any serious climbing; but I learnt a great deal about the work of a camp at high altitudes, from th...
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Stories? You got 'em & We want 'em! http://ow.ly/Y2xuI
What we are looking for. Original short stories in the genres of Horror, Dark Fantasy, and Speculative fiction. Read our current issue or back issues and check out our Favourites on twitter for more examples of what we like. Short Fiction Guidelines. Submit your work in standard manuscript ...
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Black Treacle is free magazine of Dark Fantasy, Horror, and Speculative fiction. Published on a bimonthly schedule, each issue includes 4-5 pieces of original short fiction. We exist primarily to provide a forum for new writers to share their works and give preference to Canadian writers. We publish both on the web and in popular ebook formats for easy reading on your chosen device.