Category: Shadows & Tall Trees

Shadows and Tall Trees 7 ToC

If you didn’t catch this announcement on The Outer Dark a couple weeks ago, for shame, I am now extremely pleased to present here the Table of Contents for “Shadows & Tall Trees 7.” The quality of submissions was superb, and I easily could have filled another volume, but at 100,000 words this is a meaty volume, as is. Thanks… Read more →

Update on Shadows & Tall Trees 7

As way of an update, (since a few of you have asked), I just have to say that the quality of submissions–over 600 total–to Shadows & Tall Trees 7 is uniformly excellent. I have to make some very tough choices here. (I may have to increase the page count). I’ve already turned down a number of terrific stories that are… Read more →

Update on Shadows 7

Just an update on Shadows & Tall Trees 7. I am receiving an average of 18 submissions a day, so it is likely going to take some time, given my Year’s Best reading, to read through and respond to everything. Please be patient.   And I’m still seeing a lot of submissions not adhering to the guidelines. Specifically, no multiple… Read more →

Shadows & Tall Trees, Vol. 7

Shadows & Tall Trees Vol. 7 is now open for submissions. Deadline August 31. Based on the number of subs already received in the first few hours, (and the terrific writers submitting wok) I am going to be rather busy, and also will likely have some hard decisions to make. SHADOWS & TALL TREES, VOL. 7 (Undertow Publications) Open to… Read more →

Announcing Shadows & Tall Trees, Vol. 7

SHADOWS & TALL TREES, VOL. 7 (Undertow Publications) Open to submissions from August 1 to August 31 only!! (Manuscripts sent prior to August will be deleted) – I want literary horror, weird fiction, strange tales, à la Robert Aickman. – Original, previously unpublished fiction only, please. (Will consider work that has yet to be published in English if you provide… Read more →

James Everington on ‘Singing’

“Undertow Publications are a press committed to the art of the literary horror story, and their latest release underlines that commitment. Singing With All My Skin and Bone is the debut collection from Sunny Moraine, a writer from Washington DC whose work has appeared in such places as Nightmare, Shimmer, and Shadows & Tall Trees. The originality of these stories,… Read more →

Schaller at Weird Fiction Review

Eric Schaller and Matthew Cheney have invaded Weird Fiction Review this week! There’s a conversation between the two of them about their books; The Revelator, and how weird New Hampshire is, among other things. WFR has also reprinted Matthew‘s story “The Lake” and Eric‘s”Voices Carry” (which first appeared in Shadows & Tall Trees. In honour of this auspicious occassion I… Read more →