The Harrow 1

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About

The Harrow seeks stories, poems, and art that fall within the fantasy and supernatural horror genres. The plot should contain or imply the presence of the magical or supernatural. To count as "horror," the work must also evoke an emotion such as apprehension, dread, anxiety, and fear. Horror does not need to shock or disgust; if it evokes a quieter sense of the eerie or uncanny, it still counts as horror. Conventionally structured and character-driven plots are preferred.

The HarrowUnited States

Genres

F FantasyOpen to all/most Subgenres, including: Supernatural.
H HorrorSubgenre: Supernatural.

Audience, Poetry Forms, Styles & Topics

Audience:unknown
Poetry Forms:Open to all/most Forms.
Styles:Open to all/most Styles, including: Literary, Mainstream.
Topics:unknown

Types & Lengths

P Poem up to 40 lines
F Flash Fictionup to 1,000 words
S Short Story1,000 - 7,500 words

Media & Publication Frequency

E Electronic PublicationPublished 12 x per year

Payscale

We do not list pay specifics. Check with the publisher for details.
F FictionT Token payment (under 1 US cent per word)
P PoetryT Token payment (under US$5 per poem)

Submission Types

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  Electronic SubsPostal SubsReprintsSimultaneous
F Fiction OK No No Unknown
P Poetry OK No No Unknown

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Dates

Date Added:
03 Aug 2005
Last Updated:
09 Jul 2010