Do you have a flair for the macabre in your writing? Do you tend to create characters and scenes that are a bit on the darker side? If so, then you may want to check out the Quill & Crow Publishing House.
I’ve been watching this site for a while now. Not because I wasn’t sure about adding it to the site, but because I found myself drawn artistically to it. Most of what I write has a dark tone to it. I prefer to read stories that have a darker tone to them. Not ugly “blood and gore”, but those stories that leave you wondering what the shadow it in the corner of your room.
I have to be honest and say that I wasn’t sure what “Gothic Horror” entailed until I read their post. I was so happy to see that I was part of their crowd. They’re not looking for anything slasher, but the stories that send shivers down your spine. They want the dark and mysterious. The shadows and the screeches. The gothic and macabre.
Though at this time they are not accepting full-length novel submissions, they are teaming up with Jazz House Publications for a new anthology coming out in the fall. They’re looking for short stories (5,000 to 8,000 words) that have to do with witches and the world of magic. Check out their guidelines for more details.
They just released their latest anthology collection, Anomalies and Curiosities. Ten stories that take you to the darker side of medical practices. You can get this title in hardback, paperback, or ebook format. Be sure to check out the rest of their catalog for even more dark stories to fill your mind.
Do you enjoy reading new books and doing reviews on your site? Quill & Crow has an ARC program you might enjoy. Simply fill out the form at the bottom of their home page and get your name on the list. They’ll send you copies of their upcoming titles and all you have to do is read them and write a review before release day. You can leave reviews on Amazon, Goodreads, or on your own blog.
Whether you write gothic horror or just love to read it, you’ll find something at Quill & Crow Publishing House. Sign up for the their newsletter or follow them on Twitter to stay up-to-date on all their latest tales.
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