5 Days Left to Submit your Literary Works for Inclusion in Fandemonium 6

If you’ve got poetry, short stories, excerpts, recipes or anecdotes you’d like the world to see, then it’s not too late to get the ball rolling on getting them published. Outskirts Press is accepting submissions from its Facebook fans of short literary works to be included in Fandemonium Volume 6, through April 30.

Fandemonium has become an anticipated annual tradition for the self-publishing community. This unique crowdsourcing effort is not only a collection of superior writing from the Outskirts Press Facebook community, but the profits also provide much-needed funding to a worthy cause. So, once again, Outskirts Press is calling on the online community for contributions of short literary works for the annual Fandemonium anthology, slated to be released this summer.

The annual Fandemonium compilation includes a variety of short stories, poetry and other short-form literary works submitted by fans of the Outskirts Press Facebook page. Over the past five years, Fandemonium has brought Outskirts Press Facebook members together to experience the joy of publishing first-hand, while benefiting a great cause. Proceeds from the sale of the 2016 Fandemonium collection will be donated to the American Red Cross on behalf of Outskirts Press and its Facebook fans.

If you’re not already a member of the Outskirts Press Facebook community, become one by liking us on Facebook. Once that’s done, you can submit poetry, short stories, excerpts, recipes or anecdotes for free publication — you’re limited only by your imagination! Submissions can be fiction, non-fiction or poetry, though entries of fewer than 5,000 words will be considered first.

Getting published in the Facebook Fandemonium is simple:
Submit your entry as a Word document attachment to Fandemonium@outskirtspress.com before April 30th.

Be sure the document includes your name and title. Outskirts Press will post your entry to our Facebook page as a note.

Encourage your Facebook friends to “like” your entry by visiting the Outskirts Press Facebook page.

You can also “share” your post with your Facebook friends to encourage more “likes.”

Submissions with the highest number of likes will be considered for inclusion in Fandemonium Volume 6.

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Outskirts Press Presents Fandemonium Volume 5, Published by Outskirts Press

Outskirts Press announces its own latest highly anticipated literary collection, Fandemonium 5: Even More Short Stories & Poems From Talented Facebook Writers.

August 11, 2015 – Denver, CO – Self-publishing provider, Outskirts Press, has announced the release of Fandemonium Volume 5: Even More Short Stories & Poems From Talented Facebook Writers. Fandemonium Volume 5 is a 6 x 9 paperback in the literary collections category and is available worldwide on book retailer websites such as Amazon and Barnes & Noble. The webpage at http://outskirtspress.com/opcollection8 was launched simultaneously with the book’s publication.

Each year, Fandemonium not only brings Outskirts Press Facebook members together for a good cause, it provides an easy, fun and free way to experience the joy of publishing with Outskirts Press first-hand.

In April 2015, Outskirts Press once again invited friends of its Facebook community to submit poetry, short stories, excerpts, recipes or anecdotes for free publication in the 5th annual Outskirts Press Facebook anthology. The result is this collection of superior writing from the Outskirts Press Facebook community.

Proceeds from the sale of Fandemonium will be donated to the American Red Cross on behalf of Outskirts Press and its Facebook fans.

125 pages in length, Fandemonium Volume 5: Even More Short Stories & Poems From Talented Facebook Writers is being aggressively promoted to appropriate markets with a focus on the literary collections category. With U.S. wholesale distribution through Ingram and Baker & Taylor, and pervasive online availability through Amazon, Barnes & Noble and elsewhere. Fandemonium Volume 5 meets consumer demand through both retail and library markets with a suggested retail price of $16.95.

Additionally, buyers can save 10% on Fandemonium Volume 5 by ordering directly through Outskirts Press. Orders in quantities of 10 or more receive a 25% discount.

For more information, visit http://outskirtspress.com/opcollection8

About Outskirts Press, Inc.: Outskirts Press offers high-quality, full-service self-publishing and book marketing services for writers and professionals who are seeking a cost-effective, fast, and flexible way to publish and distribute their books worldwide while retaining 100% of their rights, 100% of their profits, and 100% of the creative control. http://www.outskirtspress.com.

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Time’s A-Wasting: Submit Your Work Now for Consideration for Fandemonium 5

If you’ve got short stories, recipes, poetry and other short, as-yet-unpublished works the world should see, it’s not too late to get the ball rolling on getting them published. Outskirts Press is accepting submissions from its Facebook fans of short literary works to be included in Fandemonium Volume 5, through April 30.

Fandemonium has become an anticipated annual tradition for the self-publishing community. This unique crowdsourcing effort is a collection of superior writing from the Outskirts Press Facebook community that always proves popular among readers. Not only that, but the profits provide much-needed funding to a worthy cause. So, once again, Outskirts Press is calling out to that community online for contributions of short literary works for the annual Fandemonium anthology, slated to hit the bookshelves this summer.

The annual Fandemonium compilation includes a variety of works: short stories, poetry and other short-form literary works submitted by fans of the Outskirts Press Facebook page. Over the past four years, Fandemonium has brought Outskirts Press Facebook members together to experience the joy of publishing first-hand, while benefiting a great cause. Proceeds from the sale of the 2015 Fandemonium collection will be donated to a charity of choice on behalf of Outskirts Press and its Facebook fans. The American Red Cross will receive the proceeds from the sale of the Fandemonium Volume 5 anthology.

If you’re not already a member of the Outskirts Press Facebook community, become one by liking us on Facebook. Once that’s done, you can submit poetry, short stories, excerpts, recipes or anecdotes for free publication – you’re limited only by your imagination! Submissions can be fiction, non-fiction or poetry, though entries of fewer than 5,000 words will be considered first. Getting published in the Facebook Fandemonium is simple:

  • Submit your entry as a comment on our Facebook Page before April 30.
  • Encourage your Facebook friends to “like” your entry by visiting our Facebook page.
  • You can also “share” your post with your Facebook friends to encourage more “likes.”

Submissions with the highest number of likes will be considered for inclusion in Fandemonium Volume 5.

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Submit Your Fandemonium Entry Before It’s too Late

Facebook Fandemonium gives writers the rare opportunity to get their work published and benefit a great cause at the same time by submitting their works for publication through Facebook for a limited time. If you haven‘t yet, there’s still time to get your work seen! Outskirts Press is accepting submissions through April 30.

Need to get inspired? Check out what writers like yourself contributed to the Fandemonium collection, Volume 1-4. Hundreds of members of the Outskirts Press Facebook community submitted an impressive array of poetry, short stories, excerpts, recipes, anecdotes and more since 2011, and the best of them were included in the collection.

In addition to free publication and priceless exposure, inclusion in Fandemonium gives authors the satisfaction of knowing that they’ve put their talents to use for a good cause. Proceeds from the sale of Fandemonium collections are donated to the American Red Cross on behalf of Outskirts Press and its Facebook fans.

Getting published in the Facebook Fandemonium is simple: Authors can post their submission directly to the Outskirts Press Facebook page. Be sure to invite your friends and family to “Like” your submission. The submissions with the highest number of “Likes” will be considered for inclusion in Fandemonium Volume 5. Submissions can be fiction, non-fiction or poetry, and entries under 5,000 words will be considered first.

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Submissions Now Being Accepted by Outskirts Press for the 4th Annual Facebook Anthology

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Outskirts Press is putting the call out to Facebook fans to contribute their short literary works for inclusion in Fandemonium Volume 4. The volume is expected to hit shelves by summer.

April 8, 2014 – Denver, CO – In what’s quickly become an anticipated annual tradition, Outskirts Press is once again reaching out to the online community for contributions to its annual Fandemonium anthology, slated for publication in early summer. The Denver-based self-publishing company is accepting submissions to Fandemonium Volume 4 now through April 30.

The annual Fandemonium compilation includes stories, poetry and other short-form literary works submitted by fans of the Outskirts Press Facebook page. For three years now, Fandemonium has brought Outskirts Press Facebook members together to experience the joy of publishing first-hand, while benefiting a great cause along the way. Proceeds from the sale of the 2014 Fandemonium collection will be donated to the American Red Cross on behalf of Outskirts Press and its Facebook fans.

Members of the Outskirts Press Facebook community can submit poetry, short stories, excerpts, recipes or anecdotes for free publication. Submissions can be fiction, non-fiction or poetry, and entries under 5,000 words will be considered first. Getting published in the Facebook Fandemonium is simple:

  • Create a “Status Update” on Facebook.
  • Tag the Outskirts Press Facebook Page in the update (Type @Outskirts somewhere in the body of the message – the Outskirts Press page should pop up in a drop down message. Then select it).
  • Set the update as “Public” and click “Post.”
  • Submit the entry before April 30, and enlist friends to “like” it on Facebook.

Submissions with the highest number of likes will be considered for inclusion in Fandemonium Volume 4. The result of this unique crowdsourcing effort is a collection of superior writing from the Outskirts Press Facebook community, the profits of which provide much-needed funding to a worthy cause.

“We received such an overwhelming response with our first three Fandemonium volumes,” said Outskirts Press Executive Vice President Kelly Schuknecht. “Not only did we get many, many enthusiastic responses – and a lot of positive feedback about Fandemonium – but we received a great deal of extremely high quality material. But then, we expect nothing less from our talented writers.”

For more information on how to submit work for Fandemonium Volume 4, visit: http://wp.me/pinnY-3ls

About Outskirts Press, Inc.: Outskirts Press offers high-quality, full-service self-publishing and book marketing services for writers and professionals who are seeking a cost-effective, fast, and flexible way to publish and distribute their books worldwide while retaining 100% of their rights, 100% of their profits, and 100% of the creative control. http://www.outskirtspress.com.

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How to Enter Your Submission to Facebook for Fandemonium Anthology

For three years now, Fandemonium has brought Outskirts Press Facebook fans together to experience the joy of publishing with us first-hand. Submit your poetry, short stories, excerpts, recipes or anecdotes for free today for your chance to be published in the 4th Annual Outskirts Press Facebook anthology, Fandemonium, now through April 30, 2014.

Do you have a short story, poem or other short work you’d like to enter for consideration? Getting published in the Facebook Fandemonium is simple:

1. Submit your work as a regular “Status Update” on your own Facebook page.

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2. “Tag” Outskirts Press in your Update by typing @outskirts somewhere in the body of your message. Outskirts Press will show up in the drop down list (as long as you have liked the Outskirts Press page on Facebook).  Select Outskirts Press.

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When that is done successfully, the tag should appear like this:

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If Outskirts Press does not appear in the drop down menu, be sure you have clicked to “Like” the Outskirts Press page on Facebook (www.facebook.com/outskirtspress).

3. To control who can see your post, use the dropdown privacy menu near the bottom of the section. “Public” is the recommended setting as restricting the privacy may result in your submission not being accessible to our moderators.

4. When you’re done writing, click Post.

That’s it! Submit your entry today in the 4th Annual “Fandemonium”

Outskirts Press Launches 4th Annual Fandemonium Facebook Anthology

Who doesn’t love spring? It’s a time of warmth and renewal. In honor of this season, we’re renewing something that’s quickly becoming a much-anticipated spring tradition: Fandemonium. We’re all set to take submissions for Fandemonium Volume 4, and we want your inspired works!

For three years now, Fandemonium has brought Outskirts Press Facebook fans together to experience the joy of publishing with us first-hand, while benefiting a great cause along the way. We’re inviting our Facebook community to submit poetry, short stories, excerpts, recipes or anecdotes for free publication in the annual Outskirts Press Facebook anthology, Fandemonium, now through April 30, 2014.

Do you have a short story, poem or other short work you’d like to enter for consideration? Getting published in the Facebook Fandemonium is simple:

  • Submit your work as a regular “Status Update” on your own Facebook page.
  • Tag Outskirts Press in your Update (type @Outskirts somewhere in the body of the message — the page should pop up in a drop down message and then select it).
  • Make sure the privacy setting is set to “Public.”
  • Submit your entry before April 30, and tell all your friends to vote for your submission by “liking” it on Facebook.

The submissions with the highest number of likes will be considered for inclusion in Fandemonium Volume 4. Submissions can be fiction, non-fiction or poetry, and entries under 5,000 words will be considered first.

The result of this unique crowdsourcing effort is a collection of superior writing from the Outskirts Press Facebook community, the profits of which provide much-needed funding to a worthy cause. Proceeds from the sale of the 2014 Fandemonium collection will be donated to the American Red Cross on behalf of Outskirts Press and its Facebook fans.

To submit your work for Fandemonium Volume 4 now, go to Facebook.com/outskirtspress.

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