|Posted on Friday, October 08, 2004 - 12:06 pm: |
Nemonymous #5 submission guidelines have just been issued here:
|Posted on Saturday, October 09, 2004 - 08:18 am: |
Some minor amendments since the announcement above, but the guidelines for this paying market are now pretty copper-bottomed. des
|Posted on Monday, October 11, 2004 - 07:54 am: |
Already had several submissions! Steady up, eh!
Actually, I forgot to mention this remains a paying market of some significance and if you believe Nemonymous will go down in history as a pioneering fiction outlet, then you must be mad. But *if* you do, you will believe that the authors who have been in it will do so also -- such as those shown here:
But, of course, the likes of them will go down in history anyway, irrespective of Nemonymous!
Guidelines still here until further notice:
|Posted on Friday, October 22, 2004 - 02:18 pm: |
Just simplified the guidelines.
|Posted on Saturday, October 23, 2004 - 02:05 am: |
Meant 'clarified', not 'simplified'! Sorry.
|Posted on Sunday, October 24, 2004 - 04:51 am: |
New site address for guidelines:
with a new facility for a DFL re-published 'story of the week', i.e. as a focus for busy businesspeople who haven't got time to read the hundreds of others by DFL being regularly published on the manifold blogs etc. ;-)
|Posted on Friday, November 26, 2004 - 08:29 am: |
The submission guidelines have now been amended to take into account an actual deadline.
As a Jungian group of submitting writers, please stagger your submissions so that I receive the same number each month from now until the deadline.
|Posted on Saturday, February 26, 2005 - 05:45 am: |
Despite receiving many submissions since the instigation of the submission guidelines, I've worked hard to get more or less up to date with issuing 'rejections' or 'holding notices'. The deadline remains 30 April 2005.
Guidelines here: http://www.nemonymous.com
|Posted on Wednesday, March 16, 2005 - 12:42 pm: |
Reminder: only until the end of April to get your stories in for the paying market of Nemonymous #5.
A Nemonymous #4 author said: "What has attracted me the most to Nemonymous is that through its anonymity (a primary facet of the unknown, of the weird) it's becoming, I think, a focal point for modern fantasy, a gathering, if you will, for a new school of weird."
|Posted on Wednesday, April 20, 2005 - 10:25 am: |
Out of the hundreds of stories that were submitted to NEMONYMOUS FIVE up to 5 April 2005, I show below the titles of the stories I have kept for further consideration. I have received several more since that date. I can safely say that from amongst the stories I have already received and kept for further consideration, I shall be publishing a wonderful wonderful new NEMONYMOUS. No doubt about that. But please do prove me wrong: because the final issue is still as fluid as the sweetest and sourest nectar. You have until 30 April to make your mark on the already settling abeyance of literary and genre gold. That’s when the submission guidelines (£45 per story) expires – as shown here: http://www.nemonymous.com
Previous author details of Nemonymous One, Two, Three & Four:
John, Jenny & The Lump
The Moon, A Roman Token
On The Other Side Of The Fence
The Language of Ducks
The Mermaid Collector
Fading In A Mexican Sun
The Mute Girl
The Fundamental religion Of certain Starfish
Bridges Of The World
The two Scholars
The Walking Distances
Grandma’s Two Watches
Clear As The Purest Glass
Driving In Circles
The Hills Are Alive
When Love Goes Dead As Lead
Ratbastard father Time
Saving The Trees
A Lock Of Dreams
A Man In A Pub
A Bird In The Hand
Amends For An English Summer
Needles And Threes
Hazel Rime’s Approaching Sunset
The Summers of Follet and Lilim
The Scariest Story
|Posted on Sunday, May 01, 2005 - 05:45 am: |
Concerning those writers who have stories being considered for Nemo~5, there are still no promises when I shall reach a decison, I'm afraid. The deadline only shuttered down at Midnight (British Summer Time) last night -- and I received submissions right up to the last minute.
I have to read through the short-listed stories a few more times before I come to a decision. And a few stories sent to me in the last week or two I have only read once so far.
Please let me know if the above presents a problem.
Meanwhile, I intend to send some more rejections within the coming week.
By the way, I've already fixed the nature of the cover for Nemo~5!
Just been told:
Israeli SF/F magazine Chalomot Be'aspamia accepts annonymous submissions - they will only ask for the identity of the author if they decide to buy the story - very much like nemo, though they accept named submissions too.
http://www.aspamia.co.il (but requires hebrew)