Monthly Archives: March 2015

Open Submissions: Through Clouded Eyes: A Zombie’s View – #horror #zombie #anthology @CdnZmbiRytr @GlorBobrowicz

The Road to Nowhere...

Through Clouded Eyes: A Zombie’s View

zombie3We’re looking for short stories of horror fiction told from the zombie’s point of view. We will consider different, intriguing, and creative spins on the multiple zombie mythos that currently exist. There are many fine zombie oriented anthologies already published, but we’re putting a spin on ours – at least 75% of the story must be told as the zombie from the zombie’s perspective.

We’re giving the undead a chance to tell their tale through your words!

We will not be accepting the following:

  • Fan fiction of any variety – no characters, names, places, or homage pieces.
  • Preexisting characterization from a story, novella, novel, or series you write.
  • Love stories (no matter how fantastic yours is) – this is a horror only anthology.

We encourage you to be as unique as you’d like and bring a new viewpoint to those who have suffered or…

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RELEASE: In the Blink of a Wicked Eye by Timothy C. Hobbs

The Sirens Song

Sirens Call Publications is pleased to announce the release of Timothy C. Hobbs’ collection:

In the Blink of a Wicked Eye

InTheBlinkOfAWickedEye_TimothyCHobbs_front_coverThe short stories and flash fiction pieces offered in this unique collection, In the Blink of a Wicked Eye, tell tales of dark humor, horror, and melancholy.

In Fat, an overweight teenage boy will go to any length to lose weight for a cheerleader who is the apple-of-his-eye no matter how dangerous the consequences. Emissaries transports the reader to a far away planet whose inhabitants possess no souls and must harvest the lost and wandering spirits of others that pass by their corner of the universe. A woman discovers more than she would have hoped with a disfigured man in Constant Companion. The brutal post-nuclear world of desolate wandering survivors in Dissolution shows that even desperation for existence can have its moments of compassion amongst the horror of…

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