Paranormal Horror Short Story Competition
Over the last year, we have been exploring diverse avenues of the horror genre in order to bring a new breed of horror anthologies to the market. We have previously incorporated a range of short stories bordering on the extreme – from necromancy to serial murder.
We previously featured some genuinely original work from authors such as ‘100 Half-Minute Tales of Horror’ by Olivia Ellis, which is quite honestly as the title suggests, to stories such as ‘Like Pine’ by Jason Purdy, which truly make the reader feel as though they are stuck in the character’s plight.
Our expansion into sub genres such as Paranormal and Supernatural has attracted entries from all over the world, leading to the creation of anthologies with an array of storylines previously unheard of. The general feedback from our readers regarding our last three anthologies has been inspiring. Our horror narrations on YouTube receive nothing but praiseworthy feedback. We hope to continue the expansion of our range and bring something different to the otherwise repetitive, predictable nature in the world of fiction.
If this seems of interest to you, we have a fairly modest deadline of December 15th 2017. At which point you can follow the link below and enter your story/stories into our competition. Simply ensure that you have followed the guidelines. These can be viewed below.
Your Tasked Guidelines:
Our Paranormal Short Story Competition Guidelines are very simple so please make sure you follow them before submitting.
~ All entries must be original work from the author themselves.
~ Entries to any of our Poetry Competitions or Short Story Contests must be unpublished.
~ Short Stories should be within 500 – 5,000 words, though we are lenient on this rule.
~ Winners will first be notified via e-mail, so please provide a current e-mail address.
~ If you wish to submit more than one Short Story entry, you must upload them separately to ensure they are all received. This is shown on our submissions page. Entry is free, and always will be.