Themed Calls Lackington’s This online market is open for submissions of speculative fiction aligning with the theme of Gothics (Issue 17). “If you know your eighteenth-century Gothic fiction, send us your homage, pastiche, subversion, or reinvention of a much-loved movement. If you’re of a more modern bent, show us what you got, so long as […]More
Carina Bissett is a writer, poet, and educator working primarily in the fields of dark fiction and fabulism. Her short fiction and poetry have been published in multiple journals and anthologies including Arterial Bloom, Gorgon: Stories of Emergence, Hath No Fury, NonBinary Review, and the HWA Poetry Showcase Vol. V and VI. In addition to writing, she also teaches online workshops at The Storied Imaginarium.
Registration is currently open at The Storied Imaginarium. This Spring there are two generative, themed, online writing workshops available: Monstrous Women and Intersections: Science Fiction, Fairy Tales and Myth. In addition, The Storied Imaginarium will also be offering Finishing School for writers. If you have unfinished or unpolished stories that need an intensive round of workshops, Finishing […]More
Themed Calls Glass & Gardens: Solarpunk Summers Anthologist Sarena Ulibarri is looking for eco-conscious science fiction that imagines an optimistic future founded on renewable energies. NOTE: Keep it planet-based (Earth or other), and optimistic. Solarpunk worlds aren’t necessarily utopias, but they definitely aren’t dystopias. Word Count: up to 8,000 words Deadline: November 15, 2017 Payment: […]More
Selkies, or seal people, can be found populating the folklore of the British Isles and Scandinavia. When they come to shore, these mythical creatures shed their seal skins and dance on the beaches in their human form. Although there are male selkies, it’s the women who often show up in the cultural myths. Labelled as […]More
The Fall semester is coming to a close and it’s time to announce the Spring schedule! Monstrous Women continues with more in-depth modules featuring the fabulous and the frightening. Participants do NOT need to have taken Monstrous Women I prior to taking Monstrous Women II. In Spring we will be exploring the following modules: The Shifting […]More
Monstrous Women I: A Feminist Approach to Myth and Magic This intensive, online writing workshop explores the theme of monstrous women in literature and myth. Participants will explore goddesses and queens, monsters and mothers, soothsayers and shapeshifters. From the familiar to the obscure, these monstrous women seduce and beguile, pushing writers to take a closer look at […]More