(image from https://giganotosaurus.org/) A giganotosaurus wants to eat your tasty 5,000- to 25,000-word sci fi, fantasy, or sci fi-fantasy story! So you'd better make that dinosaur dinner as delicious as possible... And serve it up here. And the giganotosaurus just might poop out $100 in appreciation. Here's some gustatory guidance: "We actively seek to include stories told from and by a diverse range of cultural backgrounds, sexual orientations, and genders. We are particu
If you have at least one stubborn, focused (and maybe even a little bit psychotic, that could help), sheer grit-filled determination character with an all-consuming goal... then you have the makings of a story for a Scott J. Moses anthology. Think dark speculative fiction... Especially think blending genres / sub-genres around dark speculative fiction... a story with high stakes, risky wagers, sacrifices, and, shall we say, "unintended consequences." OK, this is getting spook
Imagine being shipwrecked on a ship... but without the "wrecked" part. Sounds a bit too bizarre? Well, as is said, truth is stranger than fiction. Mohammed Aisha (let's set aside the name for now and focus on this guy's plight) was forced to spend nearly four years on an abandoned cargo ship (save for his swims to shore and back to recharge his phone and get food). Could nobody motorboat or helicopter supplies to him? Let alone a government or wealthy philanthropist club pay
And go! What are you waiting for -- more context? OK: "In six words, write a story about an international digital heist." "Submit stories on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram, or email us at email@example.com." And go!