News for Writers
We have a new addition to the Publishers page. Anaiah Press is a Christian publisher handling a variety of fiction and nonfiction genres. The Anaiah Presence imprint includes adult genre fiction, focusing on speculative fiction, thriller and suspense, science fiction, supernatural, and dystopian. The editors in this imprint are looking for books that are “light […]
Magpie Eclectic Press us a new small press looking for “all subgenres that fall under the Christian Speculative banner,” and is also open to works that are “not strictly Christian and that would appeal to a more secular audience” as long as they are not in opposition to a Christian worldview.
In case you don’t follow them on Facebook–which you should–here’s the save-the-date flyer for Realm Makers 2015. If you’ve been to Realm Makers before, what was your favorite part? Did you have a favorite workshop? If you have NOT been to Realm Makers, start saving up! Who’s going to be there in 2015?
Xchyler Publishing is having a writing contest in which the winners will be published in its upcoming Winter Fantasy Anthology. Winners will also receive royalties. The submission period is July 31-August 31. The anthology’s theme is “Out of This World . . . True Story.” Stories must be in the fantasy genre and between 5,000 […]
NOTE: The continually updated version of this list has been moved. See our Publishers of Christian Speculative Fiction page. *** It’s been almost a year since I first compiled our list of publishers. Given the volatility of the publishing industry, I had expected this list to change a lot over the year. It hasn’t, really. […]
Hey y’all! I hope you’ll forgive me focusing on some other things today, but I just wanted to share a couple of opportunities that you might be interested in. 1. Oxygraphos, a professional-level critique group, is looking for a fourth member. I had to step down due to other commitments and time restraints, but they […]
Originally posted on Faith and Fantasy Alliance:
Well, if you’re reading this as it goes out, that means you’re either in a time zone that runs later than Midnight EST (heck, you might even be in New Zealand, and then you’re completely in tomorrow, by my standards) or that you’re a night owl. But the…