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Friday, August 29, 2008

Modified Publishing Schedule

Starting in September (our next issue), we'll be shifting our publication schedule to the first Tuesday of the month. Thus, our next issue will launch on 9/2.

We have three great new stories ("Beyond The Pale" takes us to a bar and a question; "Just One Thing" is an insight into a Mexican family and inquisitive minds; "The Trick" is about a boy who... Well, you'll see) and a Classic Flash from Edgar Allan Poe. We hope you'll join us.

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Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Blog Post I liked

I particularly liked this blog post about Elizabeth Creith's "Stone the Crows". It's not earth-shattering, but it's real.

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"Apologies All Around" Live at Drabblecast

Norm Sherman at Drabblecast has released his podcast of Apologies All Around by Jeff Soesbe, which was originally published in our February issue. And even if you read it here already, it's so worth the sitcom treatment than Norm gives it -- funny and a little campy and totally different without mocking it or being crazy. Amazing job, Norm.

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Friday, August 15, 2008

We're on CNN!

Well, CNN.com, anyway:
Consequently there has been a proliferation of "flash fiction" on the Web, with E-zines and dedicated sites like Flash Fiction Online showcasing the talents of writers like Bruce Holland Rogers.

I knew that if my boring-but-descriptive name put us high up in Google it would be worth it... :)

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Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Karen Smith Places in "Return To Luna" Writing Contest

Yep, that's our very own Karen T. Smith on the list of finalists for the "Return to Luna" writing contest. She'll be published in the "Return to Luna" anthology. Karen, what other details can you provide for us?

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Sunday, August 3, 2008

Review at SFRevu.com

Many thanks as always to Sam Tomaino for his ever-so-brief reviews of our ever-so-brief stories over at SFRevu. The story he made most note of, interestingly enough, is the oldest: Ambrose Bierce's "John Mortonson's Funeral".

While you're at it, some of you may be interested in the interview with Jay Lake and the review of The Dark Knight -- along with a ton of other great stuff.

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