Ladies of Horror Flash Project – #Horror #author Tawny Kipphorn @Sotet_Angyal #LoH #fiction

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Atlas

by Tawny Kipphorn

Each night I watch as the moonlight dances upon the shore. The high tide and full moon are the only ingredients necessary to achieve the grand prize, but tonight the alignment of Jupiter alongside Ursa Major and Minor has filled me with a warm delight. One could endeavor to rip open my chest to reveal what has replaced my heart, and all they would see is the mighty Atlas, encased within a block of ice.
This perfect marriage of planetery proportions shall assist my navigation of the mythical vessel. My dreams are plagued by visions of the Arcus lighthouse and the raging waters of the Sea of Callisto. I know within her depths, beneath the mounting pressure, lies Atlas himself upon her darkened floors. Like Poseidon bereft of his mighty trident, I wander eternally before the vista, transfixed by…

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OPEN SUBMISSIONS: The Sirens Call – Issue 43 ‘WiHM10’ | #Horror #OpenCall #ReprintsWelcome #fiction

Submissions are now open for the annual Women in Horror Month issue of The Sirens Call eZine!

The Sirens Song

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February is Women in Horror Month, and each year we celebrate by dedicating our February issue to all women, all horror!

For the 43rd issue of The Sirens Call eZine, we’re looking for stories and prose of horror or dark fiction written by women only (sorry guys – April is just around the corner).

Your piece can be creepy, sullen, emotive, freaky, elegant, bizarre, have a dark-humor edge to it, or be flat out scary as hell!

The basic rules:

  • Write the piece well.
  • You must be a woman to submit.
  • It must be primarily horror/dark fiction.
  • Don’t break our set-in-stone taboos – NO pedophilia, NO bestiality, and NO descriptive rape scenarios.

Ladies, let’s make the women of the horror genre proud and give them an eZine packed with talent, creative work, and chills! Not so hard, right?

Send us your horror pieces, and if they qualify, we’ll make sure…

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