L.W.W.O.H. Submission Stand

Want to submit something? This is the place to do it. Go here if you wish to place a submission for the Little Writing Workshop of Horrors Submission Stand.


I read all the works I receive as submissions. If accepted, they are posted on a first come, first serve basis. If I feel, however, it violates the rules posted on here, it will not be considered for publication on the “Little Writing Workshop of Horrors.” Yes, even though this is a blog, online submissions and literary works published on personal websites/blogs are often seen as online publications, and would be considered previously published through the perspective of literary journals, magazines, and editors. This is just a clarifying note before you decide to submit. It does not mean, however, I do not accept previously published pieces or literature.

I accept previously published as well as unpublished pieces.

There are two places on this blog that I will happily accept blog or post promotion. The first is through my submissions link for the “Little Writing Workshop of Horrors Submission Stand.” You can promote yourself through this comment section, or you can add a link to your  blog or a singular post through my submission form in the author’s note section when submitting a piece for consideration. If accepted, it will be posted along with your submission. The second is through the “Poetry Corner” where you can promote yourself and engage in discussions.

If a submission is considered inappropriate, it will not be accepted as a submission.

Well, what is considered as inappropriate? To specify, anything that is harmful, threatening or demeaning in its content. This also includes racist and even overly sexual content. Big no-no.

So… What is appropriate? Anything is fine, except from what goes against the guidelines. If you’re unsure your submission follows these guidelines, let me know and I’ll look it over. Generally a good rule of thumb is if you think it doesn’t follow the guidelines, then it might not. Of course not always the case to note, but generally speaking.

A few things to mention:

  1. Authors will always be credited for their submissions (obviously).
  2. First come, first serve.
  3.  If you would like to have your piece removed from the blog, just let me know through this comment section, and it will be taken down at your request. 

Well then, that’s about it for the writing workshop of horrors. Happy writing!

10 replies

  1. I’ll have to submit something soon 😀

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  2. When the sky
    seems pitch dark
    And the black clouds
    Do finally part
    May the sun
    Shine down
    And warm your
    Aching heart!

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  3. Ha! Well, I’ve never done this before so what the hell…
    https://johndiestler.com/fiction/jack-tone-road/

    My small attempt at horror, a family favorite!

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    • Oh, wow! The story is so vivid and I loved the entire scenery with the fog. It really made the setting so dark and wicked in its own verisimilitude. I loved the foreshadowing as well, and the ending was amazing! What a fantastic horror story. Thank you for sharing!

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