After a recent launch of its official website, the Inky Cave now impatiently waits for flash fiction and short story submissions from writers around the world.
NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, December 17, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Published quarterly as literary eZine, The Inky Cave features flash fiction and short stories that, together with beautiful illustrations, adds unique feel and atmosphere to each issue. The magazine is designed to introduce “writing youth” to wider audiences but accepts submissions from all authors regardless of their age, location and other background details.
The eZine is seeking for great flash fiction and short stories that are written in English and previously unpublished. Flash fiction should be 400-1000 words long and short stories must fit between 1000-10000 words. There are no specific style or topic requirements, everything’s acceptable as long as it is good.
The Inky Cave pays each author royalties: at least 5% of profits from magazine sales. 5% rate applies to flash fiction of up to 1000 words, while short stories are awarded with minimum 5%, plus 0.5% per additional 1000 words. The Inky Cave is a non-profit organization: overall 60-80% of sales profits are paid to authors and what’s left is shared with development team as compensation for their hard work.
The eZine will land on digital bookshelves of major eBook retailers like Amazon in upcoming Spring – March 29, 2019 for the first time. Submissions are accepted year-round, but February 14, 2019 is the last day to submit in order to get published on the first issue.
Please visit the official website for more details: inkycave.com
Source: EIN Presswire