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THE REAPING SHALL COMMENCE!

We are accepting: Monster Mash Slash Fiction, Halloween Haiku, and our personal favorite, the 13 Word Horror Story. Continue reading

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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

Skull Roll, Please: Announcing the Winners of the YCLAC 3rd Annual Halloween Contest – Trick or Treat Poetry

Here it is, the best of the Trick-or-Treat Poetry. We created grab bags of words, creepy fun words, like spectre, enchant, hobgoblin and havoc, and entrants used them to build poems. 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

Call for Submissions: YCLAC’s Halloween Writing Contest & Flumes, Vol. 1.2

The Reaping Has Begun! YCLAC’s 3rd Annual Halloween Writing Contest: Submit soon, or be forever doomed Once again, The Haberdasher is pleased to support the Yuba College Literary Arts Club’s annual Halloween Writing Contest. This year’s contest features the following categories: 13 Word Horror Stories, Monster Mash Slash Fiction, and Trick or Treat Poetry. For descriptions of each category and submission … Continue reading

Flumes is Available Now

The inaugural issue of Flumes is now available online! To read the issue, visit: Flumes Congratulations to all of the contributors and the editorial board.

Warning! Warning! Submission Window Closes in…

Flumes Wants Your Creative Work 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

“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

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