Tales to Terrify
District of Wonders

Please feel free to challenge the definition of horror. Standard tropes and monsters are welcome as well as the blood, sex and gore. Scare us with your gothic stories of haunted buildings, but at the same time do your best to honor the natural occurring diversity within the genre. We want to be terrified by your concepts, by your implications and the possibilities your story hints at. We’re in need to read works that threaten to bleed into our reality and corrupt something as ordinary as a toaster. Terrify us. Scare us. Make our breath stop and disturb our minds. All is allowed as long as it’s well-conceived and well-writte

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Market Genres, Styles & Subjects

Market Types, Lengths & Pay Scale
Short Story
2000 to 7500 words
Less than 1 cent/word

7500 to 10000 words
Less than 1 cent/word

Market Submission Types
Electronic Submissions?: Yes
Postal Submissions?: No
Reprints?: Yes
Multiple Submissions?: Yes
Simultaneous Submissions?: Yes

Market Response Data
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There are 14 completed reports in the past 12 months.
Averages and Boundaries:
34 min | 78.07 mean avg | 78 median | 166 max days
28.57% - avg 105 days
64.28% - avg 66 days (0.00% of rejections are personal)
Dead Letters:
Never Responded:
4 pending responses (97 min | 527 mean avg | 101 median | 1810 max days waiting)
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