Call for Submissions - Genre fiction short stories

I've just launched a new short story zine. Introducing wordhaus, a new kind of literary publication designed for the digital age.

Now, all I need is stories to fill it with ... got any? wordhaus is for short genre fiction--romance, mystery/thriller, and sci-fi/fantasy. Send submissions to Stories should be no more than 2,000 words. No attachments, please. Learn more about submissions at When you submit, let me know you're a SheWriter!

About wordhaus:

Crafted with the expectations of the modern web user in mind, wordhaus features an easily navigable design and fresh content on a weekly basis. Readers can subscribe via RSS and email, and PDFs of each story will be available for download to ereaders and tablets. Comments at the end of each story allows readers to engage with the wordhaus community, and the site is equipped with widgits for easy social media posting so readers can share stories they love with their friends.

Each story features a headshot and small bio of the author at the end, which will link to a full profile page. On their profile pages, authors can share more about themselves and link to their websites, blogs or other works, making it easy for readers to connect with and follow authors they love.

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I shall investigate this later today..


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