Frost Zone Zine is a quarterly anthology zine featuring fiction and poetry. Published in digital and print formats, the print issue is a digest size magazine that averages 75-100 pages. Content ranges from horror, and speculative, to dark literary. Published by Cryoseism Press
Seeking spooky stories and eerie or eerie-beautiful poetry.
The range of story types sought is broad: classic, gothic, supernatural, quiet, and psychological horror, near-future dystopian tales, other speculative fiction, realistic terror (extreme weather, danger in nature, being lost – to name a few), dark folklore and fairytale, dark fantasy, dark literary fiction and more.
The issues of Frost Zone Zine have some free content, to read online, and are available for purchase in eBook and print formats.
If your submission is accepted it will be published in any combination of the online, electronic, and print version of that issue. Your accepted submission will also be listed online in the issue details.
Submissions which are shown fully online will each have a dedicated page while that issue is current, after which they will be transferred to an archival post with other items from that issue.
PRINT: currently, the print issues are POD (print-on-demand) paperback books through Amazon. A limited supply of digest size, B&W zines may also be available soon. The plan is to transition to short-run printed zines going forward. The zines are digest size: 5.5″ x 8.5″, i.e. small and thin, in the tradition of some anthology magazines post-pulp-era and pre-2000’s.
Published quarterly, the first issue was published on September 08, 2020. The second issue was published on December 08, 2020.
Please visit the Submissions page if you are interested in sending short fiction or poetry to Frost Zone Zine.
Frost Zone Zine is a self-funded, independent publication. You can help support the production of this publication by purchasing a copy or buying Frost Zone Zine a virtual cup of coffee.
Frost Zone Zine is a Canadian publication, founded by author/artist MM MacLeod, who also owns Cyroseism Press.