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Casket Girls to Be Reprinted in Sirens Call, Edits Read and Returned

Ahhh, the first story acceptance for spring, via Sirens Call Publications Editor Lee A. Forman, along with co-editors Julianne Snow and Nina D’Arcangela:  We’re delighted to let you know that we are accepting your submission of Casket Girls (with one… 165 more words

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SUBMISSIONS CLOSED: The Sirens Call — Issue 38 'Straight-Up Horror!' | #Horror @Sirens_Call

Submissions for the 38th issue of The Sirens Call, featuring short stories, flash fiction, and poetry embodying the theme of Straight-Up Horror are closed.

Sirens Call Publications would like to thank all of the authors who submitted work for consideration. 31 more words

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OPEN SUBMISSION: The Sirens Call - Issue 38 'Straight-Up Horror!' | #horror @Sirens_Call

For the thirty-eighth issue of The Sirens call eZine, we’re looking for your best horror pieces. Short stories, flash fiction, drabbles, and poetry are acceptable provided they fit within the horror/dark fiction genre. 196 more words

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RELEASE: The Sirens Call Issue #37 'The 6th Annual Women in Horror Month Edition' | #Horror #WiHM #FREE @Sirens_Call

Sirens Call Publications is pleased to announce the release of the latest issue of

The Sirens Call

Our 37th issue of The Sirens Call eZine comes in at 225 pages and features short stories, flash fiction, and poetry written exclusively by Women in the Horror genre! 25 more words

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SUBMISSIONS CLOSED: The Sirens Call — Issue 37 '6th Annual Women in Horror Edition' @Sirens_Call

Submissions for the 37th issue of The Sirens Call, featuring short stories, flash fiction, and poetry celebrating women who write horror for our 6th Annual Women in Horror Month Edition are closed. 47 more words

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Still Dark by D.W. Gillespie - Creepy Roads, Take Me Home...

Today I’ll be hosting D.W. Gillespie on my blog in celebration of his novel, Still Dark. I personally read this book and fell in love with it immediately. 770 more words