Wednesday, December 16, 2009
Windmills. Australian for chapbook.
I have a story in the new edition of Windmills, a lovely chapbook produced by the fine people of Deakin University in Australia. That's right, y'all. I can now say I've rocked the spot down under.
Click on the picture for more information about ordering the chapbook, and for submission guidelines for the next issue, deadline January 1st. Chop chop.
The Windmills crew be good people.
Next on the menu is some very fun mail I've received recently.
Fashion for Collapse and Blink Ink are two offshoots of the larger entity Full of Crow. Both boast poetry, fiction, and image. On paper. And online. The paper is mailed to you. And the first issue of Blink Ink is mailed to you for FREE. Find your clicking comfort zone and learn more about submitting, subscribing, and enjoying.
Get yourself some good mail, some real mail.I know you want to.
Nothing but email will ruin you. It's been scientifically proven. Somewhere.
Lastly, for now, Caleb J Ross is out there this week being the creative juggernaut he was meant to be. Be sure to hop on board his Blog Orgy Tour as he draws back the curtain (and rolls off the stockings) on his phenomenal short story collection, Charactered Pieces.
He's soiled me this week already. Click on the image to find out where else he's been, and where he'll be next.
But before you go, check out the videos for the winners of the 3 Cheers award put out by Folded Word Press (Yay, xTx!), and peruse the year end issues of PANK, The Collagist, and The Northville Review.
See you in 2010.
Posted by Mel Bosworth at 11:47 PM