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Call for Submissions: Flumes

Flumes: Channeling Creative Brilliance Flumes, a bi-annual, online literary journal, is currently accepting submissions. Our Summer Ekphrastic Challenge winners have been selected, and we’re now calling for original submissions for our Winter 2017 publication. Open categories for this issue include: fiction, creative non-fiction, scripts, poetry, and children’s and young adult literature, as well as visual … Continue reading

There’s Still Time! Submission Window for Flumes’ Winter 16 Ends 10/21

The days are getting shorter (at least here on the Left Coast north of the equator), but there’s still time to submit fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, artwork, and photography for Flumes‘ Winter 2016 issue. An online literary journal originating in the Yuba-Sutter region of Northern California, Flumes showcases work from new, emerging and established writers … Continue reading

Warning! Warning! Submission Window Closes in…

Flumes Wants Your Creative Work Continue reading

On the Hubris of Writing: an Interview with David Sundstrand

In your fictional world, you can reward the just, punish the wicked, and mock the foolish. Good stuff that! Continue reading

“When I Can Help Free People Into Their Best Writing, I Also Free Myself”: an Interview with Susan Wooldridge

“My journal is at the heart of my writing practice…” Continue reading

Poets Should Evolve: An Interview with Joshua McKinney

Reading poetry is not like watching a film or reading the average novel. I’d say it’s more like facing an opponent with a katana; there’s something about a three-foot razor blade that sharpens one’s attention. Good poetry sharpens the reader’s attention. Continue reading

World Book Night – Celebrate with Words & Snacks

Wednesday, 4/23/2014, Eating Well Cafe This Wednesday, April 23, the Eating Well Cafe (1908 N. Beale Rd. ste. B, Marysville) will host a World Book night reading event from 4:30-6:00pm. World Book Night was started as an effort to promote reading among non-readers and very light readers. The event will feature readings from the literary … Continue reading

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