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Last Call for Submissions to Flumes’ Summer 18 Issue

Flumes Is Accepting Submissions for Our Summer 2018 Issue An online literary journal based in the Yuba-Sutter counties, Flumes publishes poetry, fiction and nonfiction for adults and young adults, as well as scripts, visual art and photography. We’re are currently accepting submissions for our Summer 2018 issue (due out May 2018).  To review previous issues, visit Flumes on the Joomag Newsstand. In addition to a range … Continue reading

Warning! Warning! Submission Window Closes in…

Flumes Wants Your Creative Work Continue reading

“They Don’t Need to Know THAT, Do They?”: Tempra Board Talks Essays, Grants & Collaboration

There are many forms collaboration can take, and that’s the exciting thing about it: You have no idea where it’s going to go, and the product is often much better than what either writer might have done alone. Continue reading

WordSpring ’16: Jeremy Gerrard Riffs on Musical Creativity

Traveling and playing songs that we’ve created allows us to put something into others’ worlds that wasn’t there before, and we get to put something into our world that wasn’t there before. Considering the art, the hospitality and support, the camaraderie, the simplicity, and the freedom that all paint the touring picture, I think it’s humanity at its best. Continue reading

“The Story Won’t Tell Itself”: An Interview with Tim Hayes

Expect rejection, embrace rejection. Continue reading

New literary journal, Flumes, is currently seeking submissions for its inaugural edition!

On behalf of our sister publication, The Haberdasher is proud to announce that Flumes is now accepting submissions of fiction, creative nonfiction, poetry, children’s and young adult literature, as well as art & photography. The Spring 2016 submission period ends April 25th. For more details, including guidelines for each genre, or to submit, please visit: … Continue reading

The Chill is Back! The YCLAC 2nd Annual Halloween Writing Contest Begins Now

Once again, The Haberdasher is pleased to support the Yuba College Literary Arts Club’s annual Halloween Writing Contest. This year’s contest features four categories: Halloween Haiku, Spell Poems, 13 Word Horror Stories and the All Hallows Short Short. The deadline (and we do mean dead) is Thursday, Oct. 15. Multiple submissions are welcomed. The contest … Continue reading

Gary Lemons reads from Snake, 7:30pm, 10/24

The Butte College Reading Series continues this Wednesday, October 24 The James Irvine Foundation, Red Hen Press and the Literary Arts Club are proud to bring award-winning poet Gary Lemons to Butte College. Lemons will be reading from his new collection, Snake, which Jordan Harrt describes as “a mournful dirge for what has been lost, … Continue reading

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