New Anthology of Fantastic School Stories accepting stories.

Fantastic Schools

Authors Christopher G. Nuttall and L. Jagi Lamplighter are co-editing a volume of stories about life at magic school to be called Fantastic Schools.

We are looking for submissions of stories dealing with any aspect of life at a magical school. School life, extracurricular activities, teachers’ trials, life as a magical custodian—this is your chance to explore beyond what has appeared in your favorite magical school, be it Hogwarts, Roke, Whitehall, or more.

Word count: 3000 to 12,000 (for longer stories, inquire.)

Deadline: February 2nd, 2020

 For more information see here.

Not sure if you like fantastic schools? Check out this list of dozens of stories with magical schools.


  1. This is a fine idea. I sent you a short story. The rest of your readers should do the same, and send Chris and Jagi their short stories.

  2. Christopher,bravo you hit the mark!,
    I was sent away to the hell called Lawrence house and probable because I was Irish took on a brigade of horror but because my father was a great man ( chosen by Churchill to be part of the British prosecution at Nuremberg) I overcame to become head boy and captain of every sports team.What was unacceptable at that young age was being made to make adult decisions that could ruin a pupils life.
    I survived and have a blockbuster book coming out called “the boy who rode clouds” probable due to those years of restriction.Thank for wonderful site Peter Beames

  3. L. Jagi Lamplighter January 4, 2020 at 11:05 pm

    That sounds like a fantastic book! I would love to read it.

    What is eerier, is that your father might have met my father. My father was a soldier/reporter who covered the Nuremberg trials for Stars and Stripes/Life Magazine.

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