We are currently closed to novella and novel submissions due to sheer volume received since January. We will re-open for submissions in September. In the meantime, check out our open anthologies.
Crowded Quarantine Publications
We are now accepting submissions for novels - horror, paranormal, speculative, fantasy, psychological. Novels should be above 50'000 words but no more than 100'000 words.
Novellas should be between 10'000 and 50'000 words.
There will be anthologies open throughout the year, of which stories must be no more than 10'000 words but no less than 3'000.
All manuscripts should be 12pt, double-spaced, and should include author details and word count on the first page. There should be no footers or headers.
Submissions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject of the email being - Submission (followed by the title of the manuscript)
Manuscripts will be read and assessed as soon as possible and you will receive a confirmation if we think the manuscript is eligible for publication.
Payment for anthologies will, for the time being, be in the form of a contributor copy and 40% off the RRP of further copies.
Payments for novels and novellas will be in the form of quarterly royalties at the following rates - 20% print royalties and 35% digital royalties. This is what we believe to be a fair rate in the current market.
Look forward to receiving your stories.
Adam Millard - Crowded Quarantine Publications
Welcome to Crowded Quarantine Publications, the new voice in horror fiction.
Here at Crowded Quarantine, our main goal is to discover great storytellers, and work with them closely, from designing the cover to choosing the type of paper their masterpiece will be printed on.
If you are an author, and you're not sure what to do with your finished manuscript, then you have come to the right place.
Accepted novels, novellas and anthologies will be made available on Amazon, and also to bookstores worldwide as all books are placed in the largest distrubution channel in the world.
So get those submissions in, and remember...you and your novel are in the safest possible hands.