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Five Reasons to Get REALLY Excited about Gamut

  1. Speculative fiction needs more professional, paying markets. In fact, the literary scene in general could use more professional, paying markets. Too often, writers are writing for free.
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Should writers write for free?

In the last two days, two separate people asked me this question. I’ve also seen it up on discussion boards in places like LinkedIn and other sites, so I thought I’d chime in publicly. 257 more words


Poetry Competitions & Submissions - February 2016

Another month, another opportunity to stun the poetry world with your literary prowess! Here’s a batch of poetry competitionswriting submissions and opportunities all with deadlines in February. 687 more words


Interview with Carve Magazine

I was recently promoted to Poetry Editor at Carve Magazine! I’ve loved working with Carve on the poetry reading committee, and I feel so lucky to have this opportunity to work more closely with its staff and writers on expanding and improving the section. 26 more words

A WWS Publication Round Up for January

Over the last month, WWS members have been getting work published and some have won awards. Here is a brief look at what has come out this month. 444 more words

Claps And Cheers

My Poem "The Day After Easter" at Stirring

The journal Stirring (Sundress Publications) recently published one of my “Dream Poems” (most of which will be part of a manuscript I’m putting together for a chapbook entitled… 14 more words

An Interview with Bruce Bauman | Slice Magazine, 2016

Bruce Bauman’s second novel, Broken Sleep (Other Press, 2015), is one where rock music, politics, art, religion, and love all come crashing together in epic proportions. 1,429 more words