Issue Seventy

Buffalo Almanack: Now Accepting Submissions

When the editors of Buffalo Almanack witnessed the soul of online literary culture exorcised in the building of a sterile resume machine, they decided to create a refuge for great fiction, visual art, and literary criticism. Founded in 2013 in Denver, Colorado, this young journal has already made a “No-Fold Guarantee.” They promise to keep…

Book Bloggers & Writing Success: Exploiting the Connection

One of the most important relationships an author can have is with book bloggers. These people are the ones who review your books, participate in your giveaways and cover reveals, spread the word about your new releases, and can be one of the biggest supporters an author will ever have. Sometimes, just finding book blogs…

The Winners of the Haiku Contest

Congratulations to the winners of this week’s writing contest! They are listed below. But first, a bit about our contest series. Every week we are going to have a contest on our Facebook Page. The contests will change from week to week, but the winners will always be published in the magazine. The contest winner…

Writing Prompt: Cell Phone Independent

Chris Carter, the creator of the X-files has talked about how the series would not have worked before the invention of cell phones. Many books and stories now rely on the ease of communication that cell phones bring. Ann Patchett, the author of Bel Canto, has mentioned on several occasions that her latest novel was…

Quote of the Week

The Script Co. : Seeking Scripts

This review is not of a publisher in the traditional sense of the word, but of a company looking for play scripts. We are often queried by writers searching for a place to handle their script. So we were happy to find a company that focuses on distributing scripts. There is not a lot of…