The Last Delivery by Alexander Schuhr

The Last Delivery by Alexander Schuhr The cruel equatorial sun hit the corrugated iron roofs in the matitis of Libreville (Gabon), turning the huts...

One for the Road By Patrick Ritter

One for the Road By Patrick Ritter Sonya’s young face was an odd mixture of compassion and formality. “Are you dissatisfied with life them,...

Slaves to the Grind by Joe Prosit

Slaves to the Grind by Joe Prosit Perfect coffee doesn’t happen by accident. It takes fresh grounds, good equipment, and attention to detail. When...

The Friendship by Clive Aaron Gill

The Friendship by Clive Aaron Gill Keith, a balding, bearded man, stood at the front door of the redbrick and limestone townhouse on 5th...

A Two Piano Town by River Hollins

A Two Piano Town by River Hollins With the new railroad had come painted whores and a fancy piano, and Brother Jed was not...

Keziah’s Knife by River Hollins

Keziah’s Knife by River Hollins April 1876 Canaan, Goshen Territory (American South West). It was past midnight, and Gideon Holbrooke was at his prayers....

A-hab by Edd B. Jennings

A-hab by Edd B. Jennings The path to my fixed purpose is laid with iron rails whereon my soul is grooved to run.—Moby Dick...

The Exercise Bike by Steve Slavin

The Exercise Bike by Steve Slavin 1 Remember the mild-mannered reporter rushing into a telephone booth, and emerging seconds later as Superman? Well, no...

A Body in the Bay by N. T. Franklin

A Body in the Bay by N. T. Franklin The body floated into Razor Bay, but nobody noticed. It was early evening Sunday and...

Danielle by NT Franklin

Danielle by NT Franklin Danielle was the girl of my dreams. Class president and head cheerleader, she was the most popular girl in the...

Submissions

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Flash Fiction Submissions now open throughout the year. Email editor @ freedomfiction.com with your flash fiction in 500 words or less. This is at present an unpaid gig. Also see, short-story length submissions below.

Short Story Fiction Submissions now open throughout the year. Email editor @ freedomfiction.com with your short fiction in 1000 to 9000 words. This is at present an unpaid gig. Every short story submission will receive a feedback as response irrespective of acceptance or rejection by us. Also see, novel length submissions below.

Novella and Novel length Fiction works of genre fiction (all genres) or pulp fiction, SciFi, Fantasy, Horror, Detective, Crime, Romance, Adventure, Young Adult, Humour, Satire, etc. Word Count is to be minimum 30,000 to maximum 100,000 words. Payment is 50% of Profit from eBook Sales. Please note this will change every year in progressive manner. Send detailed synopsis and “about the author” brief only. No need to send us the entire manuscript. Send MS Word or Open Office .doc file. No other option exists. Definitely not docX or TXT files. Email the Editor at editor @ freedomfiction.com . For Art submissions a working web link will be sufficient. We would contact you if we have a specific artwork required for a story. If we choose to publish your work, we will require you to send us acceptance of our publishing contract which states that “you are the owner/creator of the work, willing to allow its publication in Freedom Fiction and all legal liabilities arising out of any copyright infringement due to plagiarism committed by you will be your sole responsibility”

Final Advice:
A Writer writes and that’s what you need to do to keep your creative motors running. The writer’s primary endowment is his good name, so don’t plagiarise and capitalise on goodwill.

So send in your creative works to the editor and we will get back to you within 90 days timeframe. On publishing – please understand that we have a good amount of fiction in the pipeline so acceptance of fiction/ art does not mean immediate publication. It will happen soon enough and will definitely email you to inform you of the same.

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