Thursday, January 31, 2013

Arrows of Anteros and First Acceptance of 2013

If you're looking for a great place to submit your flash fiction, M Pepper Langlinais has started a new site called Arrows of Anteros. She's an award winning screenwriter, a produced playwright, and a bestselling author. She has a bunch of excellent little pieces of fiction already up on the site, and she's searching for more. Instructions on how to submit something to M are at the bottom of her page. She wants flash fiction with a word count no greater than 3,000. She's fine with horror and romance, but she won't portray anything graphic on the site.

I'll be submitting something to M later this week. I managed to squeeze in time to submit three stories last week to a few other sites. I received my first rejection of the year from Tor earlier this month and my first acceptance this week from 365 Tomorrows. I'm not sure when it will be published, but I'll let you know when my story is up and available to the public.

11 comments:

  1. Congratulations on the acceptance, and thanks for the tips on where to submit. Now I just have to build up the courage to send something x

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  2. Congratulations on the acceptance, and thanks for the info on Arrows of Anteros; checking it out now. :D

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  3. Well done you on the acceptance. Start as we mean to go on with 2013 :). And will be checking out Arrows of Anteros as soon as I finish this comment. Thank you...

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  4. Congratulations! That's great news!

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  5. Thank you all! Hopefully I'll see something by some of you up on Arrows of Anteros. I got my first flash piece accepted by M and it will be up tomorrow.

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  6. Thanks so much for stopping by AoA! I loved your piece!

    And congrats on your acceptance!

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  7. Congrats on the acceptance! I hadn't really thought about submitting any short pieces for a while, but I'm looking to write more of them this year. Thanks for the tip on Arrows of Anteros.

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  8. Thanks for sharing that tidbit of information. Good luck getting yours up!

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  9. Flash fiction is one mountain I have not yet climbed. Best of lucks for you! :)

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  10. Congrats on your acceptance! Looking forward to reading your work. : ]

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  11. Thank you, everyone! Good luck with your submissions this year.

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