Monday, January 14, 2013



What would February be without tales of love? Nothing. How about stories of grotesque love? Ah, even better. Join in on the fun! See the details below. Click on the link above to see how we work at Friday Frights. You won't be sorry!


We need your stories in February. Visionary Press will publish the best of the best in our first Friday Frights collection. This is a fun theme we did last year. A lot of the stories were more hilarious than frightening. How do you like the name we chose, The Bloody Book of . . . for each collection?

After nearly 2 years of our authors writing for Friday Frights, we have decided to publish collections of their amazing stories based on our monthly themes. These collections are also open to outside authors.
Over the past few months, we had kicked around a few names and have settled on The Bloody Book of . . .  as the starter for each collection. 
In honor of Valentines Day approaching, our first collection will be The Bloody Book of Grotesque Love. This is a theme from last February and we’re bringing it back this year.
Submissions are open not only to our regular authors, but anyone who would like to submit a short story between 1000 and 3000 words or a poem between 250 and 1500 words.
How to Submit
Publish the stories and poems in your own blog and send a link to your story to We will publish a complete list of links for the Grotesque Love submissions from other blogs on the Friday Frights website through February 22nd. We’ll accept the last submissions through Friday, February 22nd, which is the last day this theme will run. We will then choose select submissions for the anthology and will pay $10 for each story we publish in the anthology.
This theme is not about grotesque sex. While we will include links with adult warnings, extreme erotica will not be chosen for the anthology. 
Remember, this theme is more about dysfunctional love.
For more news about our upcoming anthologies,
join our Friday Frights communities.
Links in the upper right corner.

Many authors at Angelic Knight Press have written Friday Fright tales. Do it again! C'mon

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