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Submissions close at midnight

TONIGHT submissions CLOSE for volume 4 in our popular HALLOWEEN PARTY series. For submission guidelines and to submit a work for consideration, visit our Duosoma Page. This anthology will be edited by Jeffrey Keeten, and designed by Juan Cantu! We’re so excited to be working with such a powerhouse duo. If you know anything about Keeten, you know … Continue reading Submissions close at midnight

Halloween Party ’23 | Submissions glitch resolved

Apologies if you tried to submit to Duosuma and received a message indicating that the submissions quota was full. Glitch is now fixed (has been tested) and is open ONLY until 11/30@ midnight, when it will close for good for this season. Submit your work now, before it’s too late. Good luck~


Learn why being a great writer does not necessarily make one a great editor.

Why not you?

GLP submissions summary and details.

Notes on Halloween Party ’21

FULL DISLOSURE:I published this book and wrote one of the stories in it & the introduction.However, this book is notable, aside from my own motives for selling it, because it contains the last story that is ever going to be published by David W. Dutton, of One of the Madding Crowd fame.David was my friend, and a … Continue reading Notes on Halloween Party ’21


Congratulations Nancy North Walker, whose short story, “Insecticide” (from HALLOWEEN PARTY ’21), was awarded second place (original short fiction category) in the National Federation of Press Women’s 2022 Communication Contest.

Before She’s Gone Forever

Phil Giunta is one of the best short story writers producing today. This particular story is incredibly moving, and Phil reading it only adds to it. Enjoy this story on a melancholy fall evening with a glass of wine, and someone you love. ~It took the entire morning, but police divers found Eun-ji’s body in … Continue reading Before She’s Gone Forever


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