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SUBMISSIONS CLOSED: The Sirens Call - Issue 26 'Dreamscapes of the Wicked'

Submissions for the 26th issue of The Sirens Call,┬áthemed around the idea of ‘Dreamscapes of the Wicked’, are closed. Sirens Call Publications would like to thank all of the authors who submitted work for consideration. 31 more words

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Hey Everybody,

Long time no see. :) It’s been a long time, months really since I’ve done anything on here and I can’t even begin to imagine all of the good stuff I’ve most likely been missing out on.*Sigh* But at least now I’ve finally come out of hiding and let me just tell you guys how busy I’ve been for the last several hours. 610 more words


SUBMISSIONS: The Sirens Call - Issue #26 'Dreamscapes of the Wicked'

Sirens Call Publications is opening up the 26th Issue of The Sirens Call to anyone who would like to submit in light of the low number of qualifying submissions received to date. 318 more words

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E-zine project with Jilster

Have you ever asked your pupils to do a magazine project in which the groups of pupils had to make their own magazine? They may have had to choose their own target group, think of a theme or topic, think of a name of the magazine, write their own content (articles, adverts, reviews, etc.), edit the content and create an appealing lay-out. 369 more words


Free: Cirsova issue #1

The kindle version of issue #1 of Cirsova magazine is free at Amazon through Saturday, March 19th. I recently interviewed P. Alexander, Cirsova’s founder/editor, and I plan to review issue #1 in a couple of weeks. 12 more words

Science Fiction

C.M. Blackwood reblogged this on C.M. Blackwood and commented:

Awesome-looking Sci-Fi zine for FREE!

Article: Femnista [Nov/Dec 2015]

The November/December 2015 issue of Femnista focused on the Renaissance. For this issue I wrote on the subject of William Shakespeare and the endurance of his works. 49 more words

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Article: Femnista [Hallowe'en 2015]

For the 2015 Hallowe’en edition of Femnista on the subject of villainesses, I wrote on Lady Macbeth, one half of the couple from William Shakespeare’s “Macbeth.” She’s a fascinating character in her own right as well as in her interaction and relationship to her husband and how that shift in power and dynamic makes a sharp U-turn the deeper they find themselves in the consequences of their crimes. 17 more words

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