Australia-based Filipino Jason Banico has announced a call for submissions, seeking short fiction from Filipino authors for his “Dracoraptor” anthology.
Dracoraptor is a fictional dragon dinosaur and is featured in its own site at http://www.dracoraptor.com.
Submissions must be:
1. speculative fiction of any of the following genre: science fiction, cryptofiction, historical fiction, horror, and alternative history.
2. depicting the Dracoraptor realistically based on characteristics detailed on the Dracoraptor site. For instance, the creature must spit acid and only in self-defense, and does not breathe fire.
3. written in English
The following settings are encouraged:
1. prehistoric (ex. Clan of the Cave Bear)
2. ancient (Homeric epics)
3. Asian (Chinese / Japanese)
4. age of discovery
6. colonial Philippines
7. modern (ex. King Kong)
8. near future
All submissions should be in Rich Text Format (without fancy formatting) and emailed to jason at banico dot com dot au, with the subject line “Dracoraptor submission”.
The deadline for submission is March 30, 2012.
There is no direct compensation for submission. Selected stories will be posted in the Dracoraptor.com site and released in an e-book anthology. Revenue share is offered to authors whose stories appear in the e-book.
Jason is also looking for people who may be interested in co-editing the anthology with him – send any interested queries to the address mentioned above.