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Saturday, February 28, 2009

Hey, I'm in Thaumatrope today!

Or, should I say, @thaumatrope. It's a Twitter-based flash fiction magazine that publishes stories and reviews in 140 or fewer characters. Yep, that's short, but it can still be done. There's also a serialized Twitter stream from the future, courtesy of Jeremy Tolbert.

I don't know if I mentioned it here already, but I also had my second drabble (100-word story) in Norm Sherman's fabulous Drabblecast. Unfortunately, it was alongside Mike Resnick's "The Last Dog", and I just can't compete with that. :)

4 Comments:

Blogger William Highsmith said...

Neither should I have said that he was one of my slush pile readers. "I like opposing views," I said. "I really do."

March 1, 2009 6:32 PM  
Blogger Jake Freivald said...

Ha! So, have you submitted anything there? :)

March 1, 2009 6:38 PM  
Blogger William Highsmith said...

No. But presently, Thaumatrope says:

"Thaumatrope temporarily closed to submissions. We’ve accepted enough fiction clear out to mid-September. We’re still working through the submissions in our queue. We’re considering opening up to two stories a day...."

March 1, 2009 7:29 PM  
Blogger William Highsmith said...

Serial twitter stories might be interesting, with a different author for each chapter.

March 1, 2009 7:32 PM  

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