First Impressions are Everything

As an author you want to give your story the best chance possible. By disregarding the submission guidelines you aren't giving your story its best chance.

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Science Fiction Anthology Reading Period Opens

Title: Children of the Sky Reading Period: May 1 - June 30 Publication Date: August 1 Word Count: 3,000 - 12,000 loose Theme: Classic Alien Science Fiction Here at Schreyer Ink Publishing we're big fans of old films and books. So we're looking for classic-inspired alien stories for this anthology. We're looking for stories of … Continue reading Science Fiction Anthology Reading Period Opens

Canadian Anthology Reading Period Opens Today

Title: Canadian Creatures Reading Period: March 1 - April 30 Publication Date: June 1, 2018 Word Count: 3,000 - 12,000 loose Payment: We pay using a royalty split via Paypal. So far, the average payment per author for the first 6 months has been $11 CDN. Special Requirements: This anthology is open to Canadian authors … Continue reading Canadian Anthology Reading Period Opens Today

What’s In Store: February

February kicks off our sale season with two live events. As well, we're still reading for our next anthology. C4 Winnipeg is hosting its annual February convention at the RBC Convention center. February 10 and 11, 2018 we will be set up for the Horror and Sci-Fi convention. Details about the convention can be found … Continue reading What’s In Store: February

Reading Period Opens Today

HAPPY NEW YEAR!! Schreyer Ink Publishing is kicking off 2018 with the opening of our 6th anthology: Slave to the Axe Song Reading Period: Jan 1 - Feb 28 Publication Date: April 1 Payment: We run on a royalty split for anthologies. Payments are made every 6 months via paypal. Word Count: Our word count … Continue reading Reading Period Opens Today

Looking Forward at the End of the Year

Looking backwards teaches us many things. We're all told to learn from our experiences and mistakes. And of course, hindsight is 20/20. But, while life is best understood backwards, it can only be lived forwards. Is that too many cliches in one paragraph? Business is like life. We look back to learn from our successes … Continue reading Looking Forward at the End of the Year