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Open Reading Period: middle-grade/YA science fiction novels

SUBMISSIONS OPEN ON MAY 1, 2015 From May 1, FableCroft Publishing will be conducting an open reading period for submissions of high-quality science fiction novels for a middle-grade and younger end of young adult readership (approximately covering 9-14 year olds). We … Continue reading

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Got holiday writing time? Aussie press open submission calls!

Cranky Ladies of History (FableCroft Publishing – historical(ish) fiction, pitches only): closes to pitches December 31. Kaleidoscope (Twelfth Planet Press – diverse YA fantasy and science fiction): closes December 31. Year’s Best YA Speculative Fiction (Twelfth Planet Press – 2013 … Continue reading

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Looking for some Cranky Lady inspiration?

The deadline for pitches for Cranky Ladies of History is fast approaching (December 31). If you’re seeking inspiration for stories, Bad Girls & Wicked Women: The Most Powerful, Shocking, Amazing, Thrilling and Dangerous Women of All Time by Jan Stradling might … Continue reading

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Submissions Call: Insert Title Here (unthemed speculative fiction anthology)

Submissions are now open for the new unthemed speculative fiction anthology, Insert Title Here. Stories should be between 2,000 and 12,000 words and contain speculative elements – science fiction, fantasy and horror and their sub-genres are all welcome, but we recommend … Continue reading

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Why are anthologies important?

Why are anthologies important? A timely SF Signal mind meld, given we are soon opening to submissions for Insert Title Here. And of course, we’re still taking pitches for the Cranky Ladies of History project – some fantastic ideas rolling in for that project, so … Continue reading

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Call for pitches: Cranky Ladies of History

GUIDELINES: In 2014, FableCroft will publish an anthology of historical short fiction inspired by cranky ladies of history. Co-editors Tansy Rayner Roberts and Tehani Wessely are immediately seeking expressions of writerly interest in submitting to the anthology. Authors are invited to submit … Continue reading

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Announcing forthcoming FableCroft anthology

  Submissions will open in December 2013 for the new unthemed speculative fiction anthology, Insert Title Here. Stories should be between 2,000 and 12,000 words and contain speculative elements – science fiction, fantasy and horror and their sub-genres are all welcome, … Continue reading

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One Small Step: Submission Statistics

While I’m not going to be posting the final Table of Contents for a number of weeks yet, because of a turn the anthology has taken along the way, I can share some stats about the submissions I received for … Continue reading

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One Small Step is open for submissions

The new FableCroft anthology (working title) One Small Step is now open for submissions. Original speculative stories on the theme, by Australian authors, from 2,000 to 12,000 words are invited! Closes 30 September, 2012. Further details on the Submissions page.

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New anthology! Call for submissions (July)

Submissions will soon open for the next FableCroft anthology, tentatively titled One Small Step: an anthology of discoveries FableCroft Publishing is seeking speculative fiction stories on the theme “One Small Step”. You know the quote and where it comes from. The stories … Continue reading

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