Writers of flash fiction! Author E.S. Wynn has assembled a new venue for you to submit your stories to! Set to offer a weekly new brain squeezing and other stories ripe with irreal strangeness on Tuesdays, Smashed Cat Magazine is the latest of five magazines edited and maintained by E.S. Wynn, author of over thirty books and chief editor of Thunderune Publishing. His vision was to create a place where writers who pen the weirdest of experimental writing could get the exposure they need to get noticed within the mainstream of society, all while providing a constant dose of something strange, dreamlike and bizarre for readers all over the globe.
Writers wanted! Check out the Submission Guidelines today!
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The Sandstar Review (http://sandstarreview.wordpress.com/) is an online literary magazine that seeks unpublished poetry and prose for its inaugural issue. Send up to 6 poems or 15 pages of prose; cover letter and bio appreciated. Simultaneous submissions accepted upon notification of publication elsewhere. Send all work in one document (poetry or prose; no combined submissions) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Mixing genre fiction (Realism, Romance, Horror, Noir, Sci-Fi, etc.) with a literary, experimental style, MIXER is an exciting new project brought to you by a number of seasoned professionals in the industry, including FLATMANCROOKED's Steve Owen and Thunderune Publishing's E.S. Wynn. Check out the site here, or jump right to the Submission Guidelines by clicking here
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My name is James Dye.
I'm currently an undergraduate student working on a Bachelor's in English and I work as a composition tutor. My poems and short stories have appeared in a number of journals and anthologies such as Aphelion, a webzine of science-fiction and fantasy, The Clockwise Cat, a progressive literary webzine, O Sweet Flowery Roses, Scifaikuest, The Ampersand Review, the greatest literary project of all time, DOGZPLOT, a flash-fiction site, Poor Mojo's Almanac(k), an online literary journal, The Cynic Online Magazine, Calliope Nerve, a web log, Shoots and Vines, Outshine, a twitterzine, Pandora's Imagination, Strange, Weird, and Wonderful Magazine, mad swirl, Moon Drenched Fables, cc&d magazine, Word Catalyst Magazine (rip), Danse Macabre, The Stray Branch, Sorcerous Signals, Cats With Thumbs, a literary blogzine, (A Brilliant) Record Magazine, Poets for Living Waters, Sorean Gothic Magazine, Midwest Literary Magazine, Girls With Insurance, Raven Images, Kerouac's Dog Magazine, Hazard Cat, Haggard & Halloo, and the Camel Saloon. I'm currently working on putting out chapbooks of poetry with various small presses. In 2009 I won the Django award, and in 2010 and 2011 I won first place awards for the NICC writing contest.
When I'm not working I enjoy reading, watching movies, television, and surfing the internet. I play the bass for an instrument, but poetry is my favorite pastime. I'm deeply interested in the history of the world, the heroism of individuals, and the sovereignty of nations. I am anti-violence thus anti-war and love peace. I have libertarian leanings though I am against self classifications as their often misleading. I'm studying philosophy, psychology, sociology, and political science along with the English language. I am the editor for tristatesnightout.com
I write literature for people that like to think critically. I use a broad range of styles from heroic epics to haikus. I blend magic realism, and surrealism often with dark satire with science fiction and fantasy. My primary goal is to create literature that will stand the test of time, so the subject matter involves things I think will still be relevant in the future. I also enjoy employing crazy wordplay, and I strive to offer a realistic point of view even my poems and stories are in science fiction or fantasy settings. They're still full of experience that relate to the real world with allegory and allusions.
Contact Email address: email@example.com
Education: I'll graduate from Northeast Iowa Community College in May with an associates degree in Art and Humanity. Next fall I'll begin working on an English major at the University of Dubuque.
Likes: Whistle-blowers, Wishes, Truth, Trust, Equality, Rolling with Punches
Dislikes: Xerox machines, Nuclear Annhilation
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Name: Ellie Lewis
AKA: Pixie Dust
I’m 18 years old, I live in England. It does rain quite a lot so sunshine makes me happy. I like to think I’m endearingly quirky rather than outright odd. My laugh changes depending on how funny I find something. I want to study Journalism at university because I want to write for a living.
I’ve been interested in reading and writing since I was little, the first story I wrote was about a wizard and a mouse. I also had one about Harry Potter’s little sister (nice and original I know) and I like to think my ideas are still developing and improving. After going on a creative writing trip in June, it has sparked my interest in poetry, which I experiment with on my blog. Pretty much I like to write and I always try to improve and enjoy different styles.
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Name: Sarah Anne Stinnett
Sarah Anne Stinnett was born into a family of artists. Poet, visual artist, thespian, and musician, she has plunged head-first into a multitude of disciplines of expression. As a senior at Berklee College of Music, Sarah has had her work published by FUSION Magazine. Simultaneously, she has been actively involved with the community of poets at Emerson College. In the spring of 2011 she received the honor of representing Berklee’s student body by reading original works at the college’s convocation ceremony.
Sarah is an active painter, photographer, poet and performer. Her techniques include pen and paper baby.
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