Call for Submissions: Latinx Halloween Series
Blood Moon Blog is brewing up a digital Halloween series of Latinx writing and art to go live on the site starting October 1st.
Looking for Halloweenesque micro stories, flash fiction, short stories, poetry, creative non-fiction, essays, scholarship, creepy encounters, spells, letters, fashion, collages, cartoons, surprise me…
To submit, send up to 3 pieces in a Word Doc and/or art in a jpg to Monique Quintana at firstname.lastname@example.org
Along with your files, please include a brief bio along with any social media handles you wish to share in the body of your email.
Deadline: Sunday, October 13th
Blood Moon Blog is unable to offer payment, but you will have Monique Quintana’s immortal gratitude if your work is published on the site.
Previously published work is fine, just be sure to include the name of the original place of publication.
The individual author retains all future rights to materials published by Blood Moon Blog.
Happy almost Halloween,
Monique Quintana, the Blood Moon Blogger
Monique Quintana is a Xicana writer and the author of the novella, Cenote City (Clash Books, 2019). She is an Associate Editor at Luna Luna Magazine, Fiction Editor at Five 2 One Magazine, and a pop culture contributor at Clash Books. She has received fellowships from the Community of Writers at Squaw Valley, the Sundress Academy of the Arts, and has been nominated for Best of the Net. Her work has appeared in Queen Mob's Tea House, Winter Tangerine, Grimoire, Dream Pop, Bordersenses, and the Acentos Review, among other publications. You can find her at moniquequintana.com and on Twitter @quintanagothic.