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Novel Submissions

Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014

Polish your manuscript, kill all your darlings! Belladonna Publishing accepts novel submissions between October 15 and November 15, looking for one or two glittering gems to be published in 2015. We’re looking for fiction between 60 000 – 120 000 words (adult)/50 000 – 80 000 words (Young Adult). We will read manuscripts in all speculative […]

Submission Call: Wicked Belles

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

Belladonna Publishing is putting together a comics anthology of stories about the strangest of flowers: the female serial killer. We envision musty lace, arsenic, bloody axes – and a dash of frustrated house wives. We’re looking for stories shrouded in time and mystery, our “Belles” must have been dead for at least 50 years. We want […]

Welcoming the Wicked

Sunday, April 7th, 2013

Moving on from princesses to murderous women is not that far-fetched in the world of Belladonna. We welcome twisted female characters of all kinds; virtuous and murderous alike. And thus we are very proud to present our new project: Wicked Belles A comics anthology featuring famous female serial killers We want you to explore the […]

Black Apples: The Very Last Update

Sunday, March 17th, 2013

We are very pleased to say that we have finished reading for Black Apples. We have replied to all the authors as well, but – we have had a few bounces, so if you haven’t heard from us yet, please let us know (e-mail: submissions@belladonnapublishing.com). Left in the basket of fine black apples are 19 […]

Black Apples – An update

Saturday, February 9th, 2013

Slightly dusty and with broken stems? Not our Black Apples! (Picture taken at HM) It’s been about three weeks since we closed the submissions for Black Apples, and we still have about sixty princesses left to read.  We received more submissions for the anthology than we anticipated (yay!), and are asking for some patience while […]

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