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As story consumers, we were raised in the magical realms of seven-shade coats, storm-light drinking bridge men, a certain Mars miner devoted to tearing down a golden society in a far-flung, brutal future. We want to create a dedicated space to those kinds of stories, while operating on a lean, quick-moving online publishing schedule, one that allows more stories, more new voices, and more new worlds of established and emerging writers to be seen, heard, and read. Our commitment is to them, and pushing fantasy and science fiction to new, unexplored realms.
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Fiction Guidelines: - Tatterhood seeks fiction within the genres of fantasy, dark fantasy, afrofuturism, high fantasy, paranormal, magical realism, science fiction, steampunk, and anything in between. - Manuscripts should be double-spaced, in 12pt Times New Roman font, with standard one-inch margins. - Please remove all identifying information from your submitted document. - Submissions should be no longer that 7,500 words. - We are happy to review both short stories and novel excerpts. - Please use .doc or .docx file formats. Submissions in other formats will not be accepted. Poetry Guidelines: - We want poetry that roars and glitches out. Please send us work that contains some form of genre elements, or experiments with subject matter like it. We like themes associated with fantasy and science fiction and magical realism. - Poetry should be single spaced, in 12pt Times New Roman font, with standard one-inch margins. - Tatterhood allows authors to submit one to five poems per reading period. - Please submit all your poems on one document. - Please remove all identifying information from your submitted document. - Please use .doc or .docx file formats. Submissions in other formats will not be accepted.
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