Submissions open October 15th.
Per the website, “We’re looking for speculative stories–science fiction, fantasy, horror–with Christian themes, characters, or cosmology.
“The story must have a speculative element. It needs something beyond the everyday. We love science fiction and fantasy, enjoy good ghost stories, and think there’s great fiction material hidden in the mysteries of Christian theology–cherubim, leviathan, nephilim, visions, prophecy, and more.
“The story must engage with Christianity. We want stories with Christian characters whose faith affects their actions, with Christian themes such as grace and redemption, or with a Christian view of the supernatural. Note that we’re not saying that you must be a Christian. We are not in a position to judge your faith, and won’t try. Nor does your story need to be unambiguously pro-Christian. If you can tell a good story that meaningfully engages with Christianity, we want to read it.”
Stories can be up to 10,000 words.
The anthology will be published in ebook and POD formats.
They pay 6 cents/word for original stories (or original translations of stories that have not previously appeared in English), and 3 cents/word for reprints.
For more information, visit: http://www.mysterionanthology.com/p/submission-guidelines.html