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Dark Discoveries Submission Guidelines

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Electronic submissions are preferred. See guidelines.

Dark Discoveries
142 Woodside Drive
Longview, WA 98632

Editor: James R. Beach

Submitting Your Work to Dark Discoveries

Before submitting to Dark Discoveries

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From the Dark Discoveries guidelines:

Stories from 500 to 6500 words, firm. Must be in the Horror/Dark Fantasy/Dark Sci-Fi and Dark Mystery veins (no straight Science Fiction, Mystery, Fan Fiction, or Sword & Sorcery). Open to Mythos stories, but they have to be very good.

 

Looking for well-written, powerful, original ideas and new twists on old horror conventions. Vampire, zombie and werewolf stories are a tough sell, but we are open to those with an original twist. Especially looking for stories that examine the darker side of the human condition, but we are also interested in supernatural tales. New writers are welcome to submit. Please consider purchasing a sample copy to see what type of stories we are publishing.

Submission Guidelines Details for Dark Discoveries

Market Type:Magazine, Professional Market

Contact: James R. Beach, Editor

Email: DDsubmissions@gmail.com

Accepts: Horror, Dark Fantasy, Dark Science Fiction, Dark Mystery

Multiple Submissions: No

Web Address: http://darkdiscoveries.com/

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