We are now accepting proposals for our new Anthology “War is All We Know.” We are running a contest for this anthology-similar to the one for our Poetry Anthology. The best three stories will win 1st-3rd place and all winners will be published in the Anthology and receive a free copy of the Anthology. The winners may also have their name and entries displayed on our website. Prizes are 1st: 30 dollars (U.S.), publication, and free copy, 2nd: 20 dollars, publication, and free copy, 3rd: 10 dollars, publication, and free copy.
This anthology is designed to collect the best fiction on war. We don’t want war as a backdrop to another story, but the war or conflict must be the major part of the story. Using historical fiction or other fiction is fine, but we don’t want real-life battle stories. Each story must also include as a quote or somewhere else in the text the phrase “War is all we know.”
Stories must be stories owned by the author sending the submission and must not have been published elsewhere. We hope that our anthology can be enjoyed by a diverse audience and we will not accept or consider any stories of an adult (sexual) nature, gratuitously explicit, or anything that intentionally puts children in a bad light. Please see our website for more details on submitting stories and deadlines at www.diversionpress.com and contact us with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stories may be emailed, but please see our website for more details on submitting stories, www.diversionpress.com. Contact us with any questions at email@example.com
WE WILL CONTINUE TO CONSIDER ANY STORIES POSTMARKED OR EMAILED by July 16!
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