Sunday, May 8, 2011

Stretch those creative muscles!

For the horror fans and fan-ettes who pick up a pen now and again to scratch a ghoulish line or two... well, definitely save your best radio drama ideas for Deathscribe 2011! But if your gruesome whimsy takes the shape of short stories, original art, or poetry, you might find a place to publish in Dark Highlands Anthology, Vol. 3.

Dark Highlands is self-described as "a professional, semi-annual collection of artwork, poetry, and short fiction in the subject areas of horror, dark fantasy, and the supernatural. All are welcome to submit, but preference is given to submissions from the Midwest region. Visit for submission guidelines and compensation rates."

Preference to the Midwest?! What a fabulous opportunity for horror from America's Heartland!

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