Karen Wan:

If you are a science fiction and fantasy writer like I am, you might want to check out an opportunity to have your manuscript reviewed by Harper Voyager in early October. Roxie’s blog shared this so well, I’m reblogging her post today. She shares great tips about writing in general, so if you don’t follow her already, you might want to start now!

Originally posted on Roxie's Blog:

Harper Voyager

Science Fiction and Fantasy Imprint of HarperCollins

seeking unsolicited and unagented submissions for a global (Australia, United Kingdom and United States) digital publishing project

accepting only October 1 – 14, 2012

“The submissions and digital publications are a joint, global effort by Harper Voyager, spearheaded by Deputy Publishing Director Emma Coode in the United Kingdom, Associate Publisher Deonie Fiford in Australia, and Executive Editor Diana Gill in the United States. The three editors note that: “No other publishing company has done a coordinated submission period for unagented authors across three continents…”

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I share “no fee” writing opportunities and contests: gathering this information from various sources. I advise “caveat emptor” or in this case, let the writer beware when a venue is unknown to you.

If you know of a venue open to subs contact me: roxiewillbe(at)live(dot)com. In the subject line please state: “writing opportunity”

For more opportunities…

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  1. Hmm, I have a draft kicking around from last year’s NaNoWriMo that I might touch up for submission. Word count’s only at 55K though. Thanks for the news!

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