Here you'll find information on our current submissions windows - this page is always being updated so keep an eye out for future anthologies. We're always looking for fresh sacrifices.
IMPORTANT: Unless stated otherwise (for example in some of our charity anthologies), all accepted authors will receive a £15 flat fee and a free digital copy of the anthology. We hope to be able to offer more in the near future.
Please refer to individual submissions calls for guidelines on theme, length, and where to send your work, etc. as these can vary from book to book.
In general, please follow these guidelines. Any submissions not following these guidelines may, unfortunately, be rejected.
1. Email your submission to the email address that corresponds to the submissions call you are applying for. For example, email any "Pulp Harvest" submissions to . Please include your name and the title of your submission in the subject header.
2. Please make sure your work is double-spaced and in a 12pt font. Please DO NOT use the "tab" or "space" key to indent your paragraphs - instead, use the ruler at the top of the page.
3. Make sure you're happy with the piece you're submitting. Most of our submissions windows are fairly wide, and we're always happy to take into consideration edits at a later stage, but we want you to be as confident in the work you're submitting as you can be.
4. You will notice that the email address for each of the upcoming submissions windows is open, and accessible from this page - please do not send us your submission until the window opens, as it may not be considered. Thank you!
If you have any questions, please email . Good luck!
edited by Nick Harper
Submissions open from June 13th to July 31st. Please send your submission to with the subject heading "STORY TITLE - AUTHOR NAME" and include an author bio (up to 150 words).
We're looking for stories between 1,000-5,000 words with a theme of SERIAL KILLERS AND SLASHERS. Bonus points if you can work in any references to autumn, Halloween, or the harvest, but we'll consider any story within this theme. Please ensure any scenes of a sexual nature are necessary and non-exploitative.
edited by Spencer Hamilton and Roxie Voorhees
Submissions open from July 1st to August 31st. Please send your submission to with the subject heading "STORY TITLE - AUTHOR NAME" and include an author bio (up to 150 words).
We're looking for stories between 1,000-7,000 words. There's no specific theme - but it must be horror, and it must be queer or have queer themes (by this, we mean to include everyone on the LGBTQ+ spectrum and do not wish to offend or exclude anybody). Please let us know in your email who you are and why this anthology - focused on highlighting the work of queer and LGBTQ+ authors - is important to you.
edited by Nick Harper
Submissions open from July 13th to September 5th. Please send your submission to with the subject heading "STORY TITLE - AUTHOR NAME" and include an author bio (up to 150 words).
We're looking for stories between 1,000-8,000 words with a theme of SPACE AND SCI-FI. Please ensure any scenes of a sexual nature are necessary and non-exploitative.
We'll be opening more submissions windows soon. Keep checking the site for new details when they appear, and remember we'll announce them all over on our Instagram page @bloodriteshorror
For now, we have plans for vampire, nautical, and folk horror anthologies - and many more!
Novel and Collection Submissions
Looking for a publisher?
From now until August 31st, we'll be considering novels, novellas and short story collections for publications. Please note that as a small press, we make use of services like KDP and IngramSpark to print our publications. For more information, get in touch at .
To submit your work, please email with the subject heading "BOOK TITLE - AUTHOR NAME - SUBMISSION". Include the following in your email:
- The first three chapters of your manuscript, attached as a Word document. Please follow the submission guidelines at the top of this page.
- A cover letter and synopsis in the body of your email. Up to 100 words for the cover letter, and up to 500 for the synopsis.
- If you're submitting a collection, please include a general outline of the collection in place of a synopsis, and three of the stories in place of three chapters.