OPEN CALL!

I’m currently putting together an anthology of carnival themed horror. I’m looking for stories over 4000 words. If the carnival theme is too light, your story will be automatically rejected. The project will run until full and the book will be published shortly afterwards in both Kindle and paperback format.

Payment is £10 per accepted story which will be paid via Paypal just before publication.

Do not leave spaces between paragraphs. Please use the ruler to indent your paragraphs and not the tab button.
Calibri size 11 for font.
No headers or footers.
I am not accepting any stories that would be considered extreme.

Subs should be sent to kevinkennedyez@hotmail.co.uk

Any questions, just ask.

What I’ve been up to

As always, it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything so here is another little update of what I have been working on.

Collected Christmas Horror Shorts 2: All stories accepted. In editing stages. Likely release date is October 31st 2018

I’ve recently had short stories accepted into The Queuing Dead, a British tribute to the Walking Dead. It’s being put together by Marc Moore from Goodmorning Zompoc. His first antho, Treasured Chests: A Zombie Anthology, also contains one of my stories and raises money for breast cancer. I had another short accepted to Mark Nye’s Fiend Farm which I believe will be out later in the year.

I’ve submitted short stories to the Dark Region Press competition, the Scares That Care anthology, the current Horror Writer Association antho and the Tales from the Crust antho. I’m currently waiting on feedback on each.

I’m still working on the post-apocalyptic novel/novella with Christina Bergling. It’s coming along nicely.

I have several other short stories to write for other anthos that I have either been invited to or just fancy giving a go.

I plan to put a collection of my own shorts together at some point but that will likely be a little further down the line.

I’m also a guest editor for Hellbound Books Made in Britain anthology that should be out at the end of the year.

I think that’s about it for now.