Archive for 16 October 2011

bullfrog choruses

140 And Counting contributors…

Francis W. Alexander has a story in The Drabbler 19.

L.K. Below‘s Stalking Shade, which looks to be a delicious horror tale with madmen, fake vampires and secret societies that save the world, is available from Lyrical Press.

David M. Harris‘ poem “Ever After” is in issue 57 of Gargoyle.

A reprint from Nursery Rhyme Noir, David C. Kopaska-Merkel‘s short story “Hot Cross Buns” is in the Fall 2011 issue of Breath & Shadow: A Journal of Disability Culture and Literature. He also has scifaiku in Scifaikuest.

Chen-ou Liu‘s senryu “bullfrog chorus” won Third Prize in the 2011 Senryu Contest and his haiku “crowded” won third prize in the Haiku Section of the New Zealand Poetry Society’s 2011 International Poetry Competition.

Editor Joanne Merriam has a fantasy novella featuring flying oppressors, bloody revolution and an afterworld staffed by therapists available at Amazon.

Christina Nguyen has haiku in the new issue (34:3) of Frogpond, the Haiku Society of America’s journal.

Shelley Ontis has a short piece in right hand pointing.

Steven Saus‘ short story “Hard Lesson” is in Three Lobed Burning Eye.

Garden of Unearthly Delights, a fantastic illustrated dark poetry collection by Marge Simon, is now out from Sam’s Dot publishing (sampler).

Deborah Walker placed second in the British Fantasy Society 2011 short story competition with “The Sea is in my Blood,” and her story “Eldritch Restoration” took first place in the David Farland/Liquid Imagination competition.

Celia White has co-authored an academic paper, “Cigarette Smoke Radioactivity and Lung Cancer Risk” for Nicotine & Tobacco Research.

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