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NO FEE Submission call + interview - Pidgeonholes, DEADLINES: Open year-round/THEMED: April 30, 2018

Pidgeonholes is an online literary magazine with the tagline “weird birds. weird words.” They are currently seeking “to publish work with the grit of heavy-duty sandpaper: words that will tear and scar. 622 more words

Call For Submissions

FICTION: The Receptionist by Anna Rivers

“Good afternoon, this is Clare at Sherman Grey. How can I help you?”

“I’m sorry, what did you say your name was? Is Louise there…?” 4,163 more words

Literature

NON-FICTION: They Care by Trish Cantillon

“WE’RE BIG SO WHAT” screams the Star Magazine headline. The cover features three unflattering photos of overweight female celebrities with their weight and first names only: “Melissa 250lbs., Chrissy 400lbs., Kelly 185lbs.”  I know I shouldn’t, but I slide the magazine from its metal holder. 1,291 more words

Literature

FICTION: Form and Void by Justin Vibbert

In Texas they called it an arroyo but up north it was just a dried up creek bed. Like colonial cobble stone running through the forest. 3,841 more words

Literature

Spring blossom

The third issue is out! Look in “Issues” at the top of the page to access it.

Thanks to everyone for their patience. We have some stellar work.

Literary Magazine

A Really Cool KickStarter

Hi everyone, I know it’s been forever since I’ve posted anything here and half of you are probably gone now, but I have some interesting news. 172 more words

Writing

FICTION: Headlights by Nathan Greenberg

The deer did not belong here.  This was Seoul, a city pulsing at all hours of the day and night with the honks of taxicabs and groans of buses, where shops selling cosmetics and cell-phones and coffee vie like anglerfish to lure in customers off the sidewalk with their neon signs and outward-facing speakers.  2,257 more words

Literature