Mark Teppo has announced that Underland Press is open to novel submissions. He’s looking for SF, fantasy, dark fantasy, and “noir mystery with a tinge of otherworldliness,” between 75,000 and 100,000 words in length. Submit to <email@example.com> with a brief cover letter “that hits the highlights.” Teppo also welcomes submissions to anthology Eighteen in his “loosely tarot-themed” series, due out in late 2020. The 18th tarot card, the Moon, is “symbolic of the great river at night, where the wolves howl and all doors are open. All thresholds are possible, and every truth is elusive.” He wants stories “of mischief and mayhem” between 2,000 and 5,000 words, in .doc or .rtf format, to <firstname.lastname@example.org> by August 1, 2019. Payment is a penny per word.
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