Trust & Treachery AnthologyCross-Posted from the Trust & Treachery anthology website at: http://treachery.mlcrawford.com/2011/11/14/1-month-remains-still-seeking-submissions-need-stories-from-a-diverse-perspective/

 So far, Trust & Treachery has received almost 350 submissions and we’re not through yet.  Please keep sending in submissions!  We’re looking for stories that are really out-of-the-box; stories that look at the theme from new and unique angles, that give us characters we can’t help but want to know more about, and that provide endings that leave us breathless.

One of the items that we made specific mention of in our original call for submissions was that we’re looking for works representing the entire range of experience—including all races, ethnicities, genders, ages, religions, sexual orientations, abilities and views on life.  The world of fiction and its characters, especially genre fiction and speculative fiction, can be diverse places with a richness and depth in both culture and community.  As editors, we made both a personal and professional commitment to have that same richness represented in this anthology.  But we need you to help us do it.

There is 1 month left before the December 15 deadline and the Trust & Treachery anthology is still seeking submissions.  Don’t be left out of what promises to be a great collection of unique stories.

They are looking for stories that are 1000-5000 words in length and will pay $20 per story.  The anthology is open to any genre: Mystery, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Horror, etc. as long as the story fits the overall theme.  You can find out more and submit your story at their site:  http://treachery.mlcrawford.com .

About the author

DayAlMohamed Day Al-Mohamed is author of the Young Adult novel, “Baba Ali and the Clockwork Djinn.” She is also co-editor for the anthology, “Trust & Treachery” from Dark Quest Books. In addition to speculative fiction, she also writes comics and film scripts. She is an active member of the Cat Vacuuming Society of Northern Virginia Writing Group, of Women in Film and Video, and a graduate of the VONA/Voices Writing Workshop.