Saturday Spotlight: ATTENTION amateur writers and artists

Today I am foregoing my usual Saturday Spotlight feature for something a little different.  Every Saturday I feature a pulp story from the past to shed a little light on some of the nearly forgotten authors.  Today’s entry is almost the exact opposite.  I am featuring a new idea by Millhaven Press.

Millhaven is seeking short stories from amateur writers in the hopes to put out a quarterly pulp inspired print magazine.  We think there is enough interest in these types of stories to make this idea feasible.  We miss the print pulps of yesteryear and want to bring some of that back.

Amateur writers are encouraged to submit their stories (millhavenpress@gmail.com) for consideration.  We will also need some art (even cover art) for the magazine.  All the relevant details are to be found at the Millhaven Press website.  Just click the link:
Millhaven Press Website 

Here’s to making this idea a reality (and fingers-crossed).

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8 Comments Add yours

  1. MishaBurnett says:

    O’m interested. I’ll see what I can do.

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  2. MishaBurnett says:

    Reblogged this on mishaburnett and commented:
    Another potential Pulp Rev market.

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  3. Dave Higgins says:

    What’s your definition of amateur writer?

    Not been published other than for free on a blog/&c. at all? Not been published by a trad publisher? Something else?

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    1. Thanks for the interest.
      There is no hard definition. I just don’t want anyone to expect a high payday out of it. The pay is royalty based but I don’t expect a high circulation number. It is more a labor of love and a chance for writers who have been rejected from the higher paying magazines/websites.
      It’s an experiment that may fall on its face, but I’m trying it anyaway.

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  4. Thanks for the interest.
    There is no hard definition. I just don’t want anyone to expect a high payday out of it. The pay is royalty based but I don’t expect a high circulation number. It is more a labor of love and a chance for writers who have been rejected from the higher paying magazines/websites.
    It’s an experiment that may fall on its face, but I’m trying it anyaway.

    Like

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