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FICTION: 'Iago' by Roger McKnight

Nick Meier knew things should’ve felt better.  He’d just fenced some canned fruit at Jiffy Buy for three teens of crack.  That was enough to start a high with, so he revved his pickup and turned out onto Lake Street.  4,940 more words


NO FEE Submission call + editor interview - Gyroscope Review, DEADLINE: Mar. 15, 2018

Gyroscope Review is a print and online poetry magazine published quarterly. You can read their current issue as well as past issue on their site or order them in print. 670 more words

Call For Submissions

Submitting Your Work to Literary Magazines

The New Yorker. The Atlantic. Tin House. Do these titles make your heart skip a beat? Do you dream of having your name written under a story in one of these publications? 894 more words


NO FEE Submission call + editor interview - The Account, DEADLINE: Mar. 1, 2018

The Account is a biannual online literary magazine publishing poetry, prose and thought. They are open to submissions from May 1st – September 1st and from Nov. 804 more words

Call For Submissions

on a Push (Hargeisa Literary Magazine)

Things are shifting, dear friends, which has been a consistently auspicious sign for me in the past: not of joy or prosperity, which are always welcome, but of the seeds of growth that blow in on new winds. 333 more words

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Calling all writers!

It’s that time of year…

The Beat is currently accepting submissions. We require that submissions come from current students at Olentangy Orange High School, but you don’t have to be a member of the Beat to send in your work. 289 more words


FICTION: The Wrong Kind of Motherlover by Brian Frazier

When I called her an easy lay, I didn’t mean how it sounded. I didn’t mean she plowed seventy-two Kappa Kappa Kupals during a hot stretch in South Padre. 5,491 more words