January 16, 2008

Submissions window now closed …

Posted in Uncategorized at 5:16 am by carnivahhouse

The submissions window for our anthology, “The Infinity Swords,” is now closed. If you haven’t e-mailed yours yet, you are too late.

All submissions that arrive from this point forward will go unread, unless we are unable to fill the anthology from the submissions that made deadline. That’s an unlikely event, though, judging from the number of submissions. I’m not sure how many we have in total, as they’ve been coming in fast and furious all day.

All writers who made deadline should have received an acknowledgement of receipt from us by now. If you sent a story, but haven’t heard from us, leave word here and we’ll see what we can do to get your submission.

We thank all of you for sending us your stories, and we’re having a great time reading your stuff. Now to turn it all into a kick-butt anthology!

— Steve



  1. Tim said,

    I have not received any acknowledgement. I submitted a day before the deadline, so I figured you might have been too busy to send a response. Just posting here as directed because I have not yet seen an acknowledgement.


  2. Steve said,

    Tim: Your story did arrive. I tried sending you a second acknowledgement email. Perhaps the first bounced. Anyway, we got your story. Thanks for doublechecking.

  3. Tim said,

    I got the acknowledgment on your second attempt. I don’t know where the first one went, but no matter. Thanks!

  4. Gascot said,

    Hi, its me Melkor from SF Reader, you said you thought you were sure you recieved it….but I dont know :p I hope so! haha

  5. Steve said,

    If your story was “One End of the Sword,” then we got it. If that’s not you, give me your name and story title and I’ll doublecheck. I can’t tell from a glimpse of the list which story is from “Melkor from SF Reader.” Hard to remember everyone’s real names, etc.

    — Steve

  6. Gascot said,

    haha Yep, thats me 🙂 Thanks

  7. Sue Penkivech said,

    Do you have a time frame set, with regards to acceptance/rejection letters?

  8. Steve said,

    Sue: We hope to have all stories read and decisions made by month’s end.

    — Steve

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