I just would like to emphasize
once more the kind of stories we're looking for:
There can be
blood, death, mayhem... but there has to be something bigger than
that. And that doesn't mean a great ancient spirit told our protagonist
to kill a bunch of people, or a disembodied spirit of evil drove
him to kill them. That's just not enough.
for a wider theme. It could be questioning the values of society;
it could be an individual's struggle to overcome... something.
The surviving characters should undergo a growth experience, a
change, even an epiphany.
As an example
of the kind of horror we DO purchase, I'm putting up a special
link right here just for you horror writers. It'll allow you to
download Kenneth Brady's story from Frequency #3, "Shark
Attack". Download it, give it a listen, and then... send
us something great!
download "Shark Attack" by Kenneth Brady,
your mouse here
then select "Save Target As" from the popup menu
and save it to your local directory.