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Anthologies

If you would rather see your short story in an anthology book of similar stories to your own, rather than submit it to a magazine or contest, then this list is for you! Check back often to see what's new.
Please check guidelines (where possible) before submitting any work.


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Catastrophia Anthology
http://news.pspublishing.co.uk/2008/09/09/catastrophia-anthology-call-for-submissions/
Catasrophia will be a collection of short stories based around the theme of catastophes, disasters and post-apocalyptic fiction up to 6,000 words. Payment is 0.03p per word (approx 6c per word US) to a maximum of 100 ($200). No reprints.
Deadline: 31st May 2009
Submission Guidelines:
http://news.pspublishing.co.uk/2008/09/09/catastrophia-anthology-call-for-submissions/

Nenonymous Nine: Cern Zoo
http://weirdmonger.blog-city.com/cerne_zoo__guidelines.htm
The Nemonymous editor requires a story judged suitable by its author for inclusion in the projected Cern Zoo book, planned to be published in June 2009. Ideally, this story should be specially written for ‘Cern Zoo’. 'Cern Zoo' (alternatively 'Cerne Zoo') simply means what it means to you.
Submissions should be between 500 and 14,000 words. Lump sum payment in UK pounds to author upon publication: 0.01 a word up to a maximum of 100 (by Paypal). (approx 2 cents per word US up to a maximum of $200)
Deadline is 31st March 2009
Submission Guidelines:
http://weirdmonger.blog-city.com/cerne_zoo__guidelines.htm

Quantum Genre on the Planet of the Arts
http://www.crossingchaos.com/submissions2
seeks submissions of short stories, flash fiction, film and book interpretations for a new print anthology: Quantum Genre on the Planet of Arts. Basically, the Quantum Genre is not theme-based but style-based. In other words, Quantum Works are not about quantum theory but quantum representation of characters and their worlds. The style is
distinguished by a high degree of obscurity of both the narrative and characters which are subject to mutability and ambiguity.
Stories should be less than 3000 words. Payment is 4 cents per word. Deadline is 1st May 2009
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.crossingchaos.com/submissions2

Shine Anthology
http://shineanthology.wordpress.com/category/guidelines/
SHINE is an anthology of optimistic near-future SF, published by Solaris Books. Stories should be under 10,000 words and should be set up to 50 years into the future. Payment is 5 cents per word on publication. Please read guidelines before submitting.
Submission Guidelines:
http://shineanthology.wordpress.com/category/guidelines/

Silly Western Anthology
http://residentialaliens.blogspot.com/2008/10/silly-western-antho-call-for.html
CyberAliens Press are looking for short stories from 500 to 3500 words in length, as well as poems, jokes, puns, limericks, artwork, and general silliness. All submissions must express one of the following themes:
+ American Wild West
+ Steampunk
+ Prairie Romance
or some mixture of the above.
Submission Guidelines:
http://residentialaliens.blogspot.com/2008/10/silly-western-antho-call-for.html

Potter's Field 3
http://www.samsdotpublishing.com/pottersfield.htm
Deadline: 31st December 2008
A print anthology of tales from the graveyard. Stories should be between 2,000-8,000 words. We do not want gore, blood, splatter, slice-and-dice. Sure, it might be good fun to make balloon animals out of someone's intestines, or find out how long the heart will continue to beat after it has been ripped from the body with a runcible spoon. But that's not what we want. We want stories that will scare readers, not stories that will make them gag. This is not to say that someone in your story cannot bleed, or die. Just put a lid on the icky stuff.
Submission Guidelines:
http://www.samsdotpublishing.com/pottersfield.htm








 



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