Carriage House Review

Publisher: K. A. Hunter

Established: 2000

Accepts Email Submissions: Yes

Website URL: http//www.carriagehousereview.com

Description: Carriage House Review is a literary magazine dedicated to previously unpublished dark fiction.

Editor(s): K.A. Hunter

Needs: Carriage House Review is a biannual literary magazine devoted to dark_x000D_ fiction. Our aim is to present previously unpublished writings in the_x000D_ spirit of such writers as Joyce Carol Oates, Ramsey Campbell, Shirley Jackson,_x000D_ Thomas Ligotti, Anne Sexton, Peter Straub, Flannery O'Connor, Henry_x000D_ James,_x000D_ and A.M. Homes. We believe that what constitutes "horror" or the macabre_x000D_ encompasses far more than one labeled shelf at the bookstore. For_x000D_ example,_x000D_ we consider some of the writings of such "literary" authors as Tennessee_x000D_ Williams and_x000D_ Katherine Anne Porter to be as dark and compelling as any genre-oriented_x000D_ writing. We are seeking intelligent, disquieting, disturbing, and_x000D_ well-written work. Beyond those considerations, the sky's the limit;_x000D_ please_x000D_ do not feel restricted to conventional "horror" themes. A familiarity_x000D_ with_x000D_ the works of at least one of the writers listed above or on our website_x000D_ is_x000D_ strongly recommended._x000D_

_x000D_ Currently seeking short stories (between 1,500 and 7,000 words), poems,_x000D_ and_x000D_ experimental fiction. For legibility purposes we encourage you to submit_x000D_ your writing in a standard submission format. $6 per accepted short_x000D_ story/experimental submission. piece. $4 per accepted poetry submission._x000D_ Copyright reverts to author. We will be reading submissions for_x000D_ publication_x000D_ consideration for Issue II from November 15, 2001 through March 15,_x000D_ 2002._x000D_ Projected date of publication for Issue II is June 1, 2002. Simultaneous_x000D_ submissions not accepted. Please limit your submission to no more that_x000D_ three short stories, six short short stories, six poems, and/or six_x000D_ experimental pieces unless otherwise agreed upon with the editor._x000D_

_x000D_ 2002 Projected Publication Dates:_x000D_

_x000D_ Issue II: June 1, 2002
_x000D_ Issue III: December 1, 2002_x000D_

_x000D_ Submissions will be accepted for publication consideration on the_x000D_ following_x000D_ dates:
_x000D_ Issue II
_x000D_ November 15, 2001 - March 15, 2002_x000D_ Issue III
_x000D_ March 15, 2002 - September 15, 2002_x000D_

_x000D_ We will hold all submissions sent before November 15, 2001 for_x000D_ consideration in Issue II, and all submissions sent between March 15, 2002 - May 15, 2002 for consideration in Issue III.

Length: Currently seeking short stories (between 1,500 and 7,000 words), poems,_x000D_ and experimental fiction.

Rights: Copyright reverts to author. NOTE: Only previously unpublished_x000D_ work will be published.

Payment: Contributor's Copies:_x000D_

_x000D_ We do not offer Contributor's Copies at this time. We do offer a small_x000D_ payment for accepted submissions._x000D_

_x000D_ Payment for Accepted Submissions:_x000D_

_x000D_ Beginning with submissions accepted for Issue II, our payment rate will_x000D_ be_x000D_ $6.00 per accepted short story submission, $4.00 per accepted poetry_x000D_ submission.

Tips: Although we appreciate a diverse range of what could be_x000D_ considered dark fiction, we are seeking a certain tone. Familiarity with_x000D_ at least one of the authors listed on our website is highly recommended._x000D_ We are seeking writing that moves and disturbs the reader...writing with a_x000D_ timeless, thoughtful feel. Flat-out horror is fine, but only if tempered_x000D_ with a certain restraint, an elegance or originality. Again, reading the_x000D_ works of such authors as those listed on our website is probably the_x000D_ easiest way to get a feel for what we're seeking._x000D_

_x000D_ Reading Fees:
_x000D_ Some writers have been sending us payment for reviewing their_x000D_ submissions._x000D_ Carriage House Review does not charge fees to review submissions for_x000D_ publication. Please do not send reading fees with submissions. The only_x000D_ payment we exchange with writers is payment for accepted submissions._x000D_ Any reading fees we receive will be returned.

How to Submit: Send submissions_x000D_ to:
_x000D_ Submissions, Carriage House Review, P.O. Box 880, Decatur, GA_x000D_ 30031-1880._x000D_ K.A. Hunter, Editor._x000D_

_x000D_ Electronic Submission Guidelines:_x000D_

_x000D_ Electronic submissions should be emailed in their entirety to_x000D_ submission@carriagehousereview.com. Please include your submission in_x000D_ the_x000D_ body of your email rather than as an attachment._x000D_

_x000D_ Due to as-yet unsolved difficulties, Carriage House Review is failing to_x000D_ receive many submissions sent to us via email. We try to acknowledge_x000D_ receipt_x000D_ of email submissions within a few days. If you have not received such an_x000D_ acknowledgement within a week, please let us_x000D_ know via email. Hopefully your inquiry will reach us. If your submission_x000D_ requires a non-standard format or layout, we strongly recommend_x000D_ submitting_x000D_ it via hard copy (paper) to our P.O. Box. This will eliminate the_x000D_ possibility of browser conflicts altering the look of your work. Precise_x000D_ spacing specifications for special formats are recommended._x000D_

_x000D_ Due to volume, we request that you do not submit more than three short_x000D_ stories or six poems per any one submission reading period._x000D_

_x000D_ Please Note: Submissions on disk are not being accepted at this time._x000D_ Any_x000D_ submissions that we receive on disk cannot be returned and will discarded.

Response Time: Response_x000D_ within 8 weeks of receipt. Please send SASE for response and specify_x000D_ whether_x000D_ you would like your submission returned or recycled.

Guidelines Url: http://www.carriagehousereview.com/submission.html

Address: Submissions, Carriage House Review P.O. Box 880 Decatur GA 30031-1880 USA

This listing was last reviewed and/or updated on 2002-03-10