It's not news, it's . . .

Through A Scanner Farkly: The 2017 Fark Fiction Anthology

Here it is! The 2017 Fark Fiction Anthology, this year's collection of stories from Farkers. We're glad you've decided to participate! We'll be accepting submissions from 3/1/2017 until 5/15/2017, and the ones which receive the highest scores from our select panel of Fark Judges will be published in both electronic e-book and paperback formats, with all profits being donated to charity.

Submissions must be less than ten thousand words in length, and should be original, previously unpublished* fiction in one of the following categories: Fantasy, Science Fiction, Humor, Mystery/Suspense or Horror. You must own the rights to your work.

This year, we're accepting flash fiction and poetry submissions, as long as they fit into one of the genres listed above.

If your submission is part of a larger work, please make sure it works as a standalone story, and please let us know so we can consider it properly!

*Previously unpublished means it's not available in any commercial magazine, book, anthology, or collection, in print on in electronic form.

There are a few technical/legal terms you should be familiar with before we start. We'll call those “Terms.” There are also some conditions that have to be met before we can accept or publish anything. We'll call those “Conditions.”

So before you send us anything, be sure you read—and understand—the Terms and Conditions.

Through A Scanner Farkly Submission thingee

Submitting to Through A Scanner Farkly:

By submitting to Through A Scanner Farkly you hereby agree to the Terms and Conditions.

Please send your submission in the body of an email, not as an attachment (cut and paste it into the email itself) to:

Please include the title of your work, the genre (Fantasy, Horror, Science Fiction, Humor or Mystery/Thriller) and any information you think we'd be interested in in the top of the email.


Fark is a registered trademark of Fark, Inc and they're not officially affiliated with us but we think what they're doing is cool