Friday, June 25, 2021
“Free man, you will always cherish the sea!” wrote Baudelaire. Seas and oceans remain objects of fascination, places of faraway adventures, dotted with strange islands and inhabited by gigantic creatures: whales, sea snakes, krakens… A mysterious world that escapes man’s grasp and attracts him. Who knows what lies beneath the surface? Monsters? Wonderful cities, fruits of an unsuspected civilization where mermaids and descendants of the people of ancient Atlantis live? And why do sailors and adventurers from all sides keep embarking on these liquid immensities? For freedom, as the poet says, or something else?
For its 11th issue, Fantasy Art and Studies invites you to submit your best Fantasy stories, featuring the maritime and oceanic worlds. Let us sail on the shores of the marvellous!
Your stories (30 000 characters maximum, spaces included), written in English or French, are to be sent in .doc, Times New Roman 12, single-line spacing, no later than 25 June 2021 to [email protected]
Please read our detailed submission guidelines before forwarding your text: https://fantasyartandstudies.files.wordpress.com/2020/05/submission-guidelinesen.pdf
Illustrators, please get in touch if you want to take part in this issue.