Dear Readers, Authors, and Artists,

As you turn our thoughts to back-to-school sales, registering for a class or two, maybe finding a new way to use pumpkin spice in our cooking, Curating Alexandria has been thrilled your August  included sending off some literary submissions too. Thanks to the generous donation of grant writer Teresa Tillson, we've been able to offer free submissions for the entire month. It turned out to be great timing! As your creepy, suspenseful, monster filled stories have poured in, we've pulled together a fantastic Halloween edition of our journal. You'll find a mix of light hearted works, interspersed with the ax-grinder stories that terrified me as a child.   

With this edition we are also happy to introduce staff member Arthur Boyd as curator. As I said, scary stories were never my forte as reader, and I have almost no experience with them as an editor. Arthur has kindly stepped forward to curate this edition, brining his love of the macabre and spooky into the newly titled "Exhuming Alexandria." 

As always, thank you for your support, submissions, readership, and enthusiasm for Curating Alexandria. 

Happy Reading,

Sabrina Bingham



Ongoing- Interviews of authors; If you're an author who writes works based on classical mythology, lore or fairytales, use the contact form to get in touch with us about a possible interview. 

Now accepting submissions for the Halloween edition and Winter's tales (based on fairy tales) collection.

June 10- Early publication of flash fiction and story previews (published online)

June 21st- Print collection of short stories and novellas "Welcome to Alexandria" available for purchase

Oct 1st- Print anthology of short stories and novellas "Exhuming Alexandria" available for purchase


Submissions for our first publication are now closed. Please see our profile on for upcoming opportunities