* “A very promising debut anthology.” —Ellen Datlow, Best Horror of the Year
* “Weirdness with truth at its heart.” —Des Lewis, Real-Time Reviews
* Winner of the 2015 Dark Muse award for “Best Multi-Author Collection”
Nightscript (Vol. 2) is available to purchase via PayPal for $12 (free U.S. shipping), or you may obtain copies (in both print and e-editions) through Amazon. Placing an international order? As an alternative to ordering direct (and avoiding high shipping costs) please consult the Amazon page of your respective country.
Nightscript (Vol. 1) is available to purchase via PayPal for $12 (free U.S. shipping), or you may obtain copies (in both print and e-editions) through Amazon. Placing an international order? As an alternative to ordering direct (and avoiding high shipping costs) please consult the Amazon page of your respective country.
SPECIAL “BUNDLE” OFFER: Vols. 1 & 2 of Nightscript may be purchased together for $20 (free U.S. shipping) by clicking here.
Nightscript is published annually, during grand October, in both trade and electronic editions. Each anthology will feature twenty contemporary fictions ranging in length from 2,000 to 7,000 words.
Note: I am currently CLOSED to submissions for Volume III.
My next reading period is January 2018.
N. is a venue for ‘strange tales’, a term used to describe fictions supernatural, uncanny, weird, and so forth. In other words, I am looking for subtle and darksome literary horror. If you feel that your work has been inspired in no small part by authors such as Robert Aickman, Shirley Jackson, Dennis Etchison, Flannery O’Connor, Terry Lamsley, Lisa Tuttle, Thomas Owen, Mary Shelley, Arthur Machen, then N. is probably the venue for you.
Authors are asked to submit their original tales via the email provided below and should allow 1 to 8 week(s) for a response. (If a submission is held for longer than two weeks this typically means that it is being considered.)
Submit .doc files to: firstname.lastname@example.org (Please send only one story per reading period.)
Payment is $20 and includes one contributor’s copy.
N. is a labor of love, and as such I shall endeavor to produce an aesthetically pleasing product for which all contributors can feel proud.
That said, I look forward to reading your work!
Thank you kindly for your interest.
C.M. Muller, editor & publisher
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