Tesseracts Thirteen Looking for Dark Fantasy and Horror Submissions

Chilling Tales of the Great White North
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Edge Science Fiction and Fantasy Publishing announces Tesseracts Thirteen, a Dark Fantasy and Horror edition, is now open for submissions.

The 2009 anthology asks for Dark Fantasy and Horror genre short fiction or poetry, 5000 words or less. Submissions are accepted commencing immediately and received post-marked as no later than October 31, 2008. The anthology will arrive on shelves in trade paperback form, in August 2009. And as always, the anthology is open to Canadians, landed immigrants, long-time residents, and expatriates.

Nancy Kilpatrick, a dark fantasy, horror, mystery, erotic horror author and editor has published 18 novels, including The Goth Bible: A Compendium for the Darkly Inclined and nearly 200 short stories. The vampire writer penned the series Power of the Blood World and under the pseudonym Amarantha Knight, the Darker Passions. She's won the Arthur Ellis Award for best mystery story, and has been a finalist for three Bram Stoker and five Aurora awards.

Co-Editor David Morrell is best known for his debut novel First Blood, the novel in which Rambo was created, and has published more than 20 novels over a wide range of genres, with eighteen million copies printed in twenty-six languages to his name. Morrell is the co-founder of the International Thriller Writers Organization and three time winner of the Horror Writer's Association Bram Stoker Award; most recently for his 2006 novel CREEPERS. The action and thriller author has training in firearms, hostage negotiation, assuming identities, executive protection, and anti-terrorist driving - among many feats enlivening his novels.

Address, essential formatting and complete submission details are available at the website: edgewebsite.com

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