After a dry spell of ezine publications, my stories are falling like rain. Dark, black rain that collects in the treasure coves of Gert’s drains. I have another flash fiction piece up at Trembles Horror Magazine called “Underground Haunts.”
Trembles is a fairly new electronic and print publication that publishes four times a year, with the end issue a double November/December issue. Want to submit? Check out Trembles Horror Magazine Guidelines:
“Horror. Simple as that. To give you an idea of what to send, some authors we like are Brian Keene, Peter Straub, Stephen King, Richard Laymon, Clive Barker, Shirley Jackson, Edgar Allan Poe, H.P. Lovecraft and the darker stories of Nathaniel Hawthorne. We want stories that instill a deep feeling of dread and emotional terror. We want fiction that makes us look out the window after we are reading and wonder if something’s there. We will accept stories with vampires, werewolves and all those classic tools of horror, but they better add something new to the genre.”
Flash Fiction (1,000 words or less)
Short Story (1,001 to 6,000 words)
Poetry (up to 50 lines)
Thanks for the publication and added advertisement, Gregory!