Courting Morpheus 0

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About

The theme of the anthology is "Insomniac imaginations bring horror to life". No, not like "Frankenstein's Monster", more like the nightmares of your childhood. All stories must take place in the small town of 'New Bedlam', and follow the general gist of the flash piece "Entering New Bedlam". A basic map of 'New Bedlam' is included in the userpic-image files, with a translation of images below. [See their site for complete details.]

Country of Publication

United States

Audience

Unknown

Publication Medium & Frequency

Print Publication Print PublicationOne-time publication.

Fiction Closed

Genres:
Fantasy Fantasy
Horror Horror
Science Fiction Science Fiction
Styles:
Dark.
Topics:
Unknown
Types/Lengths:
TypeLength Details
Short Story Short Story3,000 - 7,500 words.
Novelette Novelette7,500 - 8,000 words.
Payscale:
We do not list pay specifics. Check with the publisher for details.
Token payment (under 1 US cent per word) Token payment (under 1 US cent per word).
Submissions:
ElectronicPostalReprintsSimultaneousMedia
OK No No UnknownText format submissions
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Dates

Last Updated: 24 Apr 2018
Date Added: 30 Jan 2007

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