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Accepted: Literary Walks by Neil James Hudson

Literary Walks: The Cartographer by Martin Croft is, in fact, a story by Neil James Hudson.

A UK-based writer, Mr. Hudson is a prolific short story writer. 99 more words

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Accepted: Road to Pareidolia by P.J. Richards

Haling from England, P.J. Richards writes and paints when she’s not shooting longbows and visiting Stonehenge.

Her story, Road to Pareidolia, is an enticing study of patterns. 29 more words

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Imposter Syndrome

I’ve been thinking about this subject for a while. It’s funny because even the thought of writing¬† a post on Imposter Syndrome makes me feel like an imposter! 816 more words

Accepted: Flow of the Road by Jason W. LaPier

Jason W. LaPier is a speculative fiction writer published with Harper Voyager. His latest novel, Unclear Skies, was released February 2016. The third novel in that series to be published in summer of 2017. 93 more words

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Navigating the MFA Application Process: An Interview With A.A. Malina

Image: Pierre Wolfer

How many programs did you apply to? How did you narrow your list down?

I applied to seven MFA programs. I narrowed them down based on price and reputation. 545 more words

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Accepted: The Memory Monster by Joseph A. Lopez

We just accepted a short story by Joseph A. Lopez. It’s called The Memory Monster and is about, you guessed it, someone’s memory.

It’s a thoughtful piece about the regrets we have at the end of our lives, and how troublesome they can be. 45 more words

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Budding Lineup

So, I thought I would announce the acceptances as we read through the final pieces.

But then I realized I haven’t been announcing the acceptances since the beginning, so…I need to play catch up. 457 more words

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