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midge-raymond's picture
So I have a few more things to share with you. One is Letters of Note, a site of “correspondence deserving of a wider audience.” So true. Here you’ll find reproductions of letters from Clyde Barrow (of Bonnie & Clyde) and Bill Watterson (of Calvin & Hobbes) as well as treasures from J. D....
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New issue of SmokeLong Quarterly went live last night: Issue Twenty-Six (September 28, 2009): The Teaching Assistant and the Math Professor by Shaindel Beers «» Ask for This by Myfanwy Collins «» Arrows by Lydia Copeland «» Pregnant With Peanut Butter by Michael Czyzniejewski «» How to Disappear...
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  When Sideshow Fables creator Paul Eckert approached a group of writers (to which Paul and I belong) about creating a magazine of circus themed tales, I said a silent thank you on the behalf of all readers. He’s got it right, I think. Going about fanbase-building and marketing in the way...
russell-rowland's picture
Please check out our third issue of Stone's Throw Magazine. This issue features wonderful photography by Jean Albus, poetry, non-fiction and fiction from all over the world, including a fine poem by Red Room author Marilyn Hallet, and reviews of new books by Leif Enger, Melissa Kwansy, and an...
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Esquire magazine looks to the future of publishing . . . and likes what it sees. Writer Kristin O’Toole demands respect for online literary magazines; we concur, thought not necessarily because she tags Narrative as “The gold standard for online literary magazines.” But if Narrative had a “Women We...
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(January 8, 2009) Narrative is the first and only literary magazine now on Amazon’s electronic reading device, Kindle. Gary Clarke, head of Kindle’s periodical division, noted that Narrative sets the standard for literature online and shares Amazon’s enthusiasm for providing readers with...
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  (Cross-posted with TaniaWrites) I hadn't realised until I didn't have any how much energy it actually takes to write fiction. I hadn't noticed until I got to a point where I found it hard to focus on anything for more than a few minutes, how much the writing process requires sharp focus. I...
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I'm happy to introduce Stone's Throw, a brand new literary magazine born in the heart of Montana. Check out the poetry and stories and please consider submitting for our next issue. You'll find submission guidelines at www.stonesthrowmagazine.com.
devorah-major's picture
Last week I went to the release party for Left Curve magazine #32. In a crowded City Lights Bookstore a number of readers read fiction, poetry and non-fiction to an attentive and appreciative audience. Left Curve is making an important political and literary contribution to the magazine arena....