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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

Warning! Warning! Submission Window Closes in…

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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

Writing Conferences: Worthwhile or Wasteful?

    As writers, why should we attend writing conferences? Are they worth our time and money? Can conference workshops help us resolve a technical issue or figure out how to get our work to people who will publish it? Or, are conferences just another way to procrastinate and avoid putting fingers to keyboard or … Continue reading

Carrie Gordon Watson: Music, Magical Realism & ‘Stories that Engage or Enrage’

by Pavan Atwal On April 18, 2014 I was given the honor of interviewing the brilliant Carrie Gordon Watson, who will be leading the “I Know Vampires, And You, Sir, Are No Vampire” workshop at this year’s Wordfire Conference on April 26th at Butte College. Watson has many accomplishments under her belt, with many more to … Continue reading

This Book is Not Yet Rated

by Jessica Harrington Rating systems are nothing new in our country. We have explicit lyric warnings on CD’s, age ratings on T.V. shows, video games, and movies. But what about books? Christian Science Monitor covered the most recent debate in an article titled, “Should young adult books have age ratings?” by Husna Haq. On BBC … Continue reading

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