A Night at Swinging Dick's Saloon

Swinging Dick's Saloon, the kind of dive that has way better beers on tap than a hole in the wall like it should have.

Like this one

It's the kind of place that doesn't have to say it's a dive bar because everyone knows just by looking at the place. Also, any bar that advertises itself as a dive bar is not a dive bar.

This is not Swinging Dicks Saloon

It's the kind of place where the owner (Dick though he tells people to call him, Richard) is often the drunkest guy in the place, though sometimes he drinks in the bar down the street because the barmaids are hotter.
This is not Dick but he is a regular

It's the kind of place where the barmaids wear skimpy outfits even when they shouldn't.

They do wear more than her but not much more

It's the kind of place where the bartender never remembers what your drink of choice is but he believes he does.

Not my drink of choice but still pretty good

They have live bands on the weekends and occasionally they're even good.

Like the Graveyard Rats

or Yvette

It's the kind of place where great stories are told. All kinds of stories - Crime, sci-fi, horror, often with a distinct grindhouse feel and a dark sense of humor.

Shotgun-toting Jesus wants
 you to submit (a story)

You can't tell such a story at Dick's over a few cold ones, because Swinging Dick's Saloon doesn't actually exist. However, you can send them to us and if we like them we'll publish them in an awesome bit of pulp fiction called A Night at Swinging Dick's Saloon.

That's right, send us your best story about Dicks (the saloon, not actual dicks). Send it to 10thrulebooks@gmail.com.
Stories need some connection to Swinging Dicks Saloon and need to be in a Swinging Dicks approved genre (Crime, sci-fi, horror, often with a distinct grindhouse feel and a dark sense of humor). The length can be anywhere between 1k and 8k.
Cursing and violence are encouraged.
While we would like to offer everyone tons of cash for this first venture into the world of anthologies we are offering no money. As for now, everyone gets a couple of contributors copies. I'm trying to figure out a profit-sharing system that will not require hiring an accountant (which will ensure there are no profits) but so far I haven't and don't want to make any promises I can't keep.
Any questions? Just ask.
Still not sure what we're looking for? Read our books you can find links to all of them here
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