Horror Addicts Writer’s Workshop

Here’s an opportunity for horror writers.

HorrorAddicts.net

Horror Addicts Writer’s Workshop Announcement!

OPENS: October 1st, 2015, 11:59pm PST
Deadline:
December 31st, 2015, 11:59pm PST.

This is an opportunity for aspiring horror or like-genre writers to have their work critiqued by professional writers based on story structure, plot, style, and character development. One lucky writer will have their work produced for a HorrorAddicts.net show for Season 11 in 2016.

Submission criteria:

1)      This workshop is free

2)      You must state you if you are under 18 at the time of submission. We will not accept stories from children younger than 15.

3)      By submitting to the workshop, you are stating this work is yours and yours alone and that you may submit it legally without publication ties. The work cannot be previously published in any form.

4)      Stories must be Gothic, Horror, Steampunk, Clockpunk, Fetish, Dark Fantasy, Horror Romance, or have a horror element of some…

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Next Meeting of Farmington Writers Circle Set for December 10

imageThe next meeting of the Farmington Writers Circle will be at 7:00 p.m. on December 10 at Hastings Hardback Café on 20th Street.   The topic of the evening will be query letters and will be led by  Roberta Summers, author of Pele’s RealmThe meeting is open to the general public.  Feel free to read up on the topic before coming (though this is not required) and contribute to the discussion.

The Farmington Writers Circle is a nascent organization of authors and writers, who are interested in publishing and marketing their works.

Please contact Phil Slattery via this website with any questions or comments.

With your heart fixed on the Supreme Lord: Foreword, issue the 11th

Source: With your heart fixed on the Supreme Lord: Foreword, issue the 11th

Do not judge this article by its title; it’s not what you expect.  Check out this neat article from The Stockholm Review of Literature on publication, rejection, and J.D. Salinger (pictured).

Thoughts?  Comments?