Posts Tagged 'e-thology'

Salon Style – Now in Print!

Salon Style is a collection of writers, poets, and artists with unique voices and incredible vision in diverse genres such as Gothic/Horror, Sci-Fi, Women’s Lit, and Americana. Salon Style features stories by emerging writers M.P. Diederich, Dan Ress, Casey Ellis

Salon Style – Now in Print!

Salon Style is a collection of writers, poets, and artists with unique voices and incredible vision in diverse genres such as Gothic/Horror, Sci-Fi, Women’s Lit, and Americana. Salon Style features stories by emerging writers M.P. Diederich, Dan Ress, Casey Ellis

Startling Sci-Fi: Literature, Genre Fiction, & Beyond

a panel discussion moderated by Casey Ellis,
editor of Startling Sci-Fi: New Tales of the Beyond, 16 MAY 2015, 3PM at NYPL Jefferson Market Library

Startling Sci-Fi: Literature, Genre Fiction, & Beyond

a panel discussion moderated by Casey Ellis,
editor of Startling Sci-Fi: New Tales of the Beyond, 16 MAY 2015, 3PM at NYPL Jefferson Market Library

Startling Sci-Fi: New Tales of the Beyond

For generations, the science fiction genre and literary fiction have been perceived as irreconcilable. Startling Sci-Fi: New Tales of the Beyond attempts to prove otherwise. These 13 stories are boldly literary while employing unmistakable characteristics of the sci-fi genre.

Startling Sci-Fi: New Tales of the Beyond

For generations, the science fiction genre and literary fiction have been perceived as irreconcilable. Startling Sci-Fi: New Tales of the Beyond attempts to prove otherwise. These 13 stories are boldly literary while employing unmistakable characteristics of the sci-fi genre.

Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: Women and Madness in Literature

A panel discussion moderated by Rose Yndigoyen, editor of Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: New Tales of Madness, 19 July 2014, 2PM, at the NYPL’s Jefferson Market Library

Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: Women and Madness in Literature

A panel discussion moderated by Rose Yndigoyen, editor of Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: New Tales of Madness, 19 July 2014, 2PM, at the NYPL’s Jefferson Market Library

Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: New Tales of Madness

“The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman is a feminist classic, a haunting critique of the isolation treatment for female hysteria wrapped up in a superb psychological horror story. Over a century later women are still battling gender bias in the treatment of mental illness. Here are 15 stories of very different women who have in common the fact that they are fighting for control of their worlds and of their minds.

Behind the Yellow Wallpaper: New Tales of Madness

“The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman is a feminist classic, a haunting critique of the isolation treatment for female hysteria wrapped up in a superb psychological horror story. Over a century later women are still battling gender bias in the treatment of mental illness. Here are 15 stories of very different women who have in common the fact that they are fighting for control of their worlds and of their minds.

Southern Gothic Press Roundup

We’ve had some great press for the Southern Gothic anthology. Here’s a quick roundup of what people are saying…

Southern Gothic Press Roundup

We’ve had some great press for the Southern Gothic anthology. Here’s a quick roundup of what people are saying…

It All Began With “The Arrival”

You have no doubt seen our meme series for Southern Gothic featuring the incredible artwork by Nathan Mark Philips. If you have read the collection, you have seen the splendor of these works in full. Each piece of art was specifically created for each piece of writing. All except one. You see, it all began with “The Arrival.”

It All Began With “The Arrival”

You have no doubt seen our meme series for Southern Gothic featuring the incredible artwork by Nathan Mark Philips. If you have read the collection, you have seen the splendor of these works in full. Each piece of art was specifically created for each piece of writing. All except one. You see, it all began with “The Arrival.”

Open Call: Behind the Yellow Wallpaper [Closed]

From the publishers who brought you Southern Gothic: New Tales of the South comes the next anthology in NLSP’s NEW series: Behind the Yellow Wallpaper New Tales of Madness. (Art by Lucy Black / http://thedual.net)

Open Call: Behind the Yellow Wallpaper [Closed]

From the publishers who brought you Southern Gothic: New Tales of the South comes the next anthology in NLSP’s NEW series: Behind the Yellow Wallpaper New Tales of Madness. (Art by Lucy Black / http://thedual.net)

Southern Gothic: New Tales of the South

Southern Gothic: New Tales of the South is an anthology like no other. Featuring over 15 stories and poems by new and veteran authors, the writing reflects a diverse range of Southern experience.

Southern Gothic: New Tales of the South

Southern Gothic: New Tales of the South is an anthology like no other. Featuring over 15 stories and poems by new and veteran authors, the writing reflects a diverse range of Southern experience.

Open Call: Southern Gothic [Closed]

We are looking for Southern Gothic submissions to be considered for an upcoming e-thology. Send us the best you’ve got! Show us your version of Southern Gothic. Surprise us, delight us, make us scratch our head in consternation. And, most of all, tell us a fucking good story.

Open Call: Southern Gothic [Closed]

We are looking for Southern Gothic submissions to be considered for an upcoming e-thology. Send us the best you’ve got! Show us your version of Southern Gothic. Surprise us, delight us, make us scratch our head in consternation. And, most of all, tell us a fucking good story.