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Readers, Bloggers, Lend me your Votes
Friday, June 25, 2010 10:45 AM
There is still time for anyone who hasn't yet done so to register and vote for my story "Of Mice and Astronauts" currently competing in the Crossed Genres 2nd annual Flash Fiction Contest. And, there is still a need. Of the ten stories, two have broken away from the pack with huge leads and mine is one of them. As of this moment, those two stories... Read More...
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Check for E-Submissions
Friday, April 9, 2010 5:50 PM
So you've written a great story, revised it, edited it, spanked it on the butt and said it's ready for the world to see. After all that the last thing you want is to have problems with the submission process. To make life easy, always check a magazine's website before you submit. Chances are that information is going to be up to date. If not, question... Read More...
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Resolute
Monday, January 4, 2010 9:32 AM
On this first monday of 2010, with the long holidays over I am here to report nothing of great importance. I will make no grand resolutions, commitments of promises on the occasion of a new year over than to say I am resolute in goals already established and again putting keyboard to word processor, stamp to submission, mind to story and working towards a brighter... Read More...
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A Glimpse Into the Other Side of Submissions
Wednesday, February 18, 2009 2:09 PM
Taking one bit of advice Junot Diaz gave about how it is very important to consider who you are writing for when you are writing and also, I think, when you are submitting your work. I’ve found it particularly useful in my copy of “Writer’s Market” to read the “Tips” and editor has for what they are looking for in particular. One example would be the science... Read More...
Moving Forward
Friday, February 13, 2009 12:24 PM
First of all I'd like to thank everyone for reading and leaving comments. My previous entry was my fifteenth which is the minimum number of blogs you must post (all over 250 words) to meet the blogiversity contest rules. I will of course continue to post until time is up to try to get as high a score as possible and make sure I get into finals. The contest... Read More...
A Pair of E-zines That Have a Pair
Wednesday, February 11, 2009 10:07 AM
In response to recent questions from the kvona and mvpjmp I've done some furthering digging around and have come up with two online fiction publications that I think our excellent examples of what every e-zine should aspire to be. Flash Fiction Online , an e-zine dedicated to flash fiction or short shorts (a story in 1000 words or less) and Strange Horizons... Read More...
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Online Literary Magazines: Submit with Caution
Monday, February 9, 2009 5:18 PM
There are a lot of online literary magazines and the fact of the matter is they don’t get half the respect a print publication does. There are a lot of good reasons why this is so but you shouldn’t count out these e-zines too easily. Reason number one: anyone, including me or you, could create one if we wanted to and name ourselves editor. I used to make a fort... Read More...
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