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Got ghost stories?
By QB Curator
Calling all writers of the weird, horrific and nightmarish--
Iron Cauldron Books recently announced their call for submissions for Volume II of Richmond Macabre, an anthology full of freaky stories about Richmond, Virginia. The original volume gained fame and notoriety thanks to attention from local media like WRIR 97.3's weekly show, "Wordy Birds," and RVA Mag, the town's alternative arts & culture rag. Topics ranged from Poe to zombies.
Check out this volume's submission guidelines at RichmondMacabre.com.
• QB's late Managing Editor, Josephine Stone, wrote about Vol. 1 of Richmond Macabre in this article.
• Today QB Executive Editor, Christine Stoddard, and QB Multimedia Consultant, David Fuchs, interviewed one of Richmond Macabre's editors, Phil Ford, about the book's relationship with Edgar Allan Poe. The interview will appear in "The Persistence of Poe," QB's first documentary, which will be screened at The Poe Museum in Richmond, VA this September. More at PoeRichmond.com.