Raw Dog Screaming Press Retrospective
I wholeheartedly endorse Raw Dog Screaming Press, and not just because they throw good parties at conventions. They’re a small publishing company based right here in Maryland. They’re dedicated exclusively to bizarre and weird literature, and they’ve published some of my favorite horror-related books of recent years, including 100 Jolts: Shockingly Short Stories by Michael A. Arnzen. They’ve even expanded into non-fiction under their Guide Dog Books imprint, and published the indispensable Horror Isn’t a 4-Letter Word: Essays on Writing & Appreciating the Genre by MicroHorror contributor Matthew Warner.
RDSP has been around since 2003, which is frankly an eternity in the small press industry, and they’re running a special Retrospective event to celebrate their longevity with sales, interviews and writing contests! For August, they want three stories of 1000 words or shorter, so if you dig MicroHorror, this is right up your alley.