1. "This is a fucking fantastic anthology."
2. "One of the most horrifying anthologies I have ever read."
3. "Is this the perfect anthology for lovers of horror video games? Yeah. I think so. I can't think of anything else that starts you this far out on the edge of the cliff and keeps you there throughout the entire narrative."
Submissions are now officially closed for Violent Vixens: An Homage to Grindhouse Horror. I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who sent in a story! We've received around 200 submissions! Our staff will be reading stories non-stop over the next three weeks, and then we will choose our favorite stories for the TOC. I'll be sending out responses through email all throughout August. If you haven't heard back by September 1st, please get in touch with me through the CONTACT section of our website or through email.
We'll be in touch soon. Cheers, and stay safe everyone :)
Dark Peninsula Press
Check this out... our very own Maggie Slater (author of the story "Rhapsody in Flesh Minor") is conducting a series of interviews by the authors of Negative Space! I'll post separate links to each interview below as they are released...
June 10, 2020: Jay Wilburn talks about his story, "The Artist and the Muse." Read his interview HERE:
June 12, 2020: Eric Guignard talks about his story "Midnight, off Arkansas River Trail." Read it HERE:
June 15, 2020: M.J. Mars talks about her novelette "Six Weeks." Read her interview HERE:
June 17, 2020: Richard Beauchamp talks about his story "Black Tongue." Read his interview HERE:
June 19, 2020: Aric Sundquist talks about Dark Peninsula Press. Read his interview HERE:
June 22, 2020: J.C. Martinez talks about his story, "Sacs." Read his interview HERE:
June 24, 2020: Maggie Slater talks about "Rhapsody in Flesh Minor." Read her interview HERE:
June 26, 2020: S.R. Miller talks about his story "It's Inside." Read his interview HERE:
June 29, 2020: Amelia Gorman talks about her story, "Puzzled Pieces, Lock-in Places." Read it HERE:
July 1, 2020: Scotty Milder talks about his story, "Luminescence." Read his interview HERE:
Wraparound cover reveal for Negative Space: An Anthology of Survival Horror! Release date: June 16th, 2020 in digital, June 23rd, 2020 in paperback!
For more information, visit the Violent Vixens submission page.
I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who submitted a story to Negative Space. Overall, this second submission period was much shorter than the first one (only 15 days), but we still received eighty stories total, which is very close to the same amount we received during the initial three-month submission period! Although we read many outstanding stories, we could only accept four. Those new authors are: Maggie Slater, JC Martinez, Amelia Gorman, and PL McMillan! You can check out their bios on the DPP website here: https://www.darkpeninsulapress.com/our-authors.html
Here is the final TOC (in no particular order):
“It’s Inside” by SR Miller
“Curiosity’s Child” by Jude Reid
“The Artist and the Muse” by Jay Wilburn
“Rhapsody in Flesh Minor” by Maggie Slater
“Sacs” by JC Martinez
“The Collectors” by Michelle Tang
“Luminescence” by Scotty Milder
“Puzzled Pieces, Lock-in Places” by Amelia Gorman
“Midnight, off Arkansas River Trail” by Eric J. Guignard
“The Whale Hunts” by PL McMillan
“Black Tongue” by Richard Beauchamp
“Six Weeks” by MJ Mars
On a final note, as of this weekend, all responses for the second round of submissions have been sent out. If you submitted a story and haven't heard back, please contact me through the CONTACT section on the website. Email would be fine as well. And thanks for all the great stories!
Dark Peninsula Press
The second round of submissions is now officially closed for Negative Space: An Anthology of Survival Horror, and we received some outstanding submissions. I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who took the time to write and/or submit a story for review. Although the submission window was relatively short this time around, we still received a whole slew of wonderful stories. We can't wait to read through the slush pile and start adding to our expanding TOC!
As far as a time frame goes, we'll be reading stories over the next two weeks, then making our final selections shortly thereafter. We'll be in touch soon.
Dark Peninsula Press