CALLS FOR SUBMISSIONS IN HORROR

Upcoming Horror Publications You Can Submit to Today

Contests, online magazines, anthologies for horror flash fiction

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The following is a list of upcoming publications in the horror genre, for anyone who is interested in submitting.

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