15 June 2017
10 June 2017
Well, friends, “Mother’s Revenge: An Anthology of Global Proportions” is finally here! It’s been a long haul, for sure, but the 32 authors who participated in this project have stories inside guaranteed to be unusual and filled with their passion for Mother Earth. From living garbage to earth witches and cities that come to life to destroy mankind, there is something for everyone between the front and back cover. One of the best outcomes from the sale of this anthology is our commitment to donate 10% of our earnings to earth-saving organizations such as Water is Live, Union of Concerned Scientists, the Sierra Club and the Clean Air Task Force. We are so pleased to be a part of what can help make the earth a better place, and thrilled to bring you in as a participant in this goal when you make a purchase.
Many, many thanks to everyone who have already helped us, and we look forward to having others join us with the release of the Kindle version of the anthology and the Audible.com version which will (hopefully) be complete sometime this fall. We’ll keep you updated, and until then, help us work toward saving the earth.
Even if you don’t purchase this title, continue to recycle your plastics, glass, paper, and metals. Plant wildflowers for the bees, and for visual joy. You can even write your governors and your city to encourage wildflower projects! Grow vegetables and fruits in a garden, or in pots. Bicycle to work. Avoid using harmful pesticides. Eat more whole foods such as grains, fresh vegetables, legumes (beans) and fruits. Truly, together we can make a difference!
01 January 2017
Submissions are closed for the anthology, “Mother’s Revenge!” In the next few days we’ll send out results of our review of submissions. The next phase will include edits of stories, and shopping for the cover of Scary Dairy’s first anthology. Stay tuned, because we may even have a vote among the top three favorite proposed covers for this anthology. In addition, this group of stories will be available on Audible.com by October of 2017 (our goal!). Lots happening here in the next few months, so keep checking back for updates on the anthology publication, cover, Audible.com recording and release and more!
Happy New Year!
Scary Dairy Press Team
This is the first annual submission call for the 2017 Scary Dairy anthology: Mother’s Revenge!
Scary Dairy Press is seeking short story submissions of 3000-7000 words max for the anthology: Mother’s Revenge! This is a passionate anthology about Mother Earth taking her world back from the humans and teaching us a lesson. Mother Earth can partner with humans to stop the destroyers, animals can be heros, or they may need saving. Any aspect of an ecological disaster or climate change problem can be created or considered. If you have a question about appropriate content, then message us!
What we want: This anthology may include one or more genres such as: horror, dark fiction, dark fantasy, speculative fiction, or bizarro.Your story may occur in any time, place or space. Mix it up, but make it thought provoking and disturbing to the human conscience. It’s up to you whether you offer the world hope, provide an answer to survival, or predict final death and destruction on the very last page.
What we don’t want: No child abuse/sexual abuse scenes. No gratuitous splatter, gore or rape. If you use it, there must be a clear purpose for it. No overused tropes (vampires, werewolves, zombies) unless you clearly have something unusual and unique. If you’re not sure, then email/message us and ask at email@example.com
Manuscript format: Shunn Manuscript Format:http://www.shunn.net/format/novel.html
Dates: 2 September, 2016 -02 December, 2016
Payment: $30.00 (3000-4999 words) $50.00 (5000-5999 words) $60 (6000-6999 words) $70.00 (7000 words) US $ per short story accepted. No stories under 3000 or over 7000 will be considered without permission of SDP. Submit manuscripts to firstname.lastname@example.org starting 9/2/16. Subject line should read: Mothers_Last Name_Title of Submission
Publishing rights remain with the publisher for a total of 2 years, and may include written, electronic and audio formats.