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  1. Duotrope Interviews Bewildering Stories. Many new contributors have come to Bewildering Stories by way of the Duotrope website. It has innovated a new feature: an interview with the powers that be. Bewildering Stories has been happy to respond, and our Review Editors have provided helpful input.. Duotrope assures us that the editors' interviews will remain accessible to the public.
  2. Content: Bewildering Stories is an on-line library of fiction and non-fiction ranging from novels to short poetry. Works in languages other than English: Our Translations index lists titles in languages from Chinese and Esperanto to Tatar and Turkish. Stipulation: we need an English version to accompany the original text
  3. Responses to Fiction Submissions from Bewildering Stories (received in the last 30 days, based on reports from Duotrope subscribers) 1. 69-day personal rejection from Bewildering Stories on May 25. 2. 4-day personal rejection from Bewildering Stories on May 9
  4. Duotrope Interviews Bewildering Stories: Welcome: Bewildering Stories welcomes Chris Bailey, Arthur Davis, and John Gregory Hancock. Challenge: Challenge 506: Ticking Off the Clock: The Reading Room: David K. Scholes, Essential Readings in Science Fiction, excerpt The Art Gallery
  5. Bewildering Stories reached the top of the good-taste list in Duotrope's ratings, but then the list was discontinued. Bummer. Bummer. French Wold Newton Universe — Jean-Marc Lofficier's very extensive, fascinating and beautifully illustrated history of science fiction from Cyrano de Bergerac to Jean-Luc Picard
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Submissions. Bewildering Stories has the simplest submissions guideline on the Internet: Please send us something, we'll be glad to consider it. If we have questions, we'll ask. To send a submission or other mail, please refer to the Contact page.. The rest of the Submissions page is a reference work Duotrope's listing for STORGY. See what they're looking for in submissions and get statistics on acceptance rates, response times, and more. At STORGY we search for short stories which challenge literary conventions and experiment with genre, style, form and content Duotrope's listing for 4StarStories. See what they're looking for in submissions and get statistics on acceptance rates, response times, and more. Four Star Stories is a website created for people who write, edit, and read Science Fiction and Fantasy stories Today, Idle Ink embraces art. We want genre fiction that's too weird to be published anywhere else, articles that poke fun at modern life, mesmerising artwork, challenging personal essays, book/film/TV show reviews full of unpopular opinions. If it's strange and questionable, Idle Ink wants it An Interview with Bewildering Stories: Duotrope: Issue 506: An Interview with Bill Bowler: Bewildering Stories: Issue 278: An Interview with Bill Kowaleski: Bewildering Stories: Issue 667: An Interview with Bill Prindle: Bewildering Stories.

How did you come in contact with Bewildering Stories? — Through a Duotrope listing and story submissions. What do you do in your spare time (aside from reading BwS stories)? — Fly fishing and sporting clays shooting. Is there anything BwS does particularly well? — The feedback provided authors is unusual and I think appreciated Bewildering Stories News Links page : Our Links page index has been reformatted. The page contains new additions, notably Duotrope's Digest, which accepts feedback from contributors How did you come in contact with Bewildering Stories? — A Duotrope search. What do you do in your spare time (aside from reading BwS)? — I teach English to immigrants at an agency that is a part of Catholic Charities. I also take Spanish lessons, which are vital for my teaching, as almost all my students are Spanish-speaking. I bicycle in.

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Online magazines have slush readers who take the first cut at reviewing submissions. (In fact, one of McBain's Library Writers' Salon colleagues, Ed Ahern, is a slush reader for the online publication Bewildering Stories.) In the digital world, a writer often can track her story as it is assessed An Interview with Bewildering Stories: Duotrope: Interview: Issue 506 interview with Don Webb on the nature and history of Bewildering Stories: Thiel, John: Interview: Issue 818 : An Interview with Edward Ahern. The first is a detailed list of 10 lit mags who accept reprints that accept online submissions for no fee. The second list is from Duotrope and includes over 200 poetry markets identified as accepting reprints in their database. I've also filtered the list to those that take online submissions and do not charge fees

The second list is from Duotrope and includes over 200 poetry markets identified as accepting reprints in their database. I've also filtered the list to those that take online submissions and do not charge fees. Bewildering Stories The Bitchin' Kitsch Bitter Fruit Review NEW! Blue Lake Review Blue Minaret Literary Journal The Bond. Bewildering Stories offers a home and an audience to speculative writing Blue Collar Review Though it is not required, it helps to see a sample issue in advance to get a better idea of what we are looking for. We do not accept simultaneous submissions. Duotrope lists this market as accepting reprints But it is a lesson unlearned and the stupidity of racism continues. Read Between the Minds. shadows of yesterday. lingering behind closed eyes. muted moments of life. held in fear's bondage. to make freedom unobtainable. View original post. March 26, 2021 at 8:54 pm Leave a comment Duotrope: An Interview with Bewildering Stories: Issue 506: Hindustan Times (television interview) An Interview with Bertil Falk in India: Issue 731: McBain, Alison.

Regarding the entry about the Vestal Review: Not to brag or anything, but Bewildering Stories has featured flash fiction for more than 16 years of weekly publication. As of Dec. 31, 2018 we'll have 790 regular issues and 71 special issues. Everything we publish is on line, all the time, and is easily accessible The second list is from Duotrope and includes all the poetry markets identified as accepting reprints in their database. Read the guidelines carefully. Some may only take reprints if solicited, others may have changed their guidelines since originally listed with Duotrope. Bewildering Stories. Big City Lit. Birds We Piled Loosely/Tangential. A harder but more well regarded zine is Bewildering Stories. They have a very high duotrope rating and a low acceptance rate but getting accepted there is certainly worth a pat on the back. Furthermore, if they don't accept your story they still provide a paragraph of in depth critiques about your story so it's a win in both scenarios The scattered thoughts of short story writer Sandra Seamans. Saturday, September 1, 2012. Duotrope - Open Submissions I love the first day of the month. Duotrope has a list of 163 markets that have opened for submissions today! Just scroll down the page you seekers of markets * Testing, The First Bewildering Stories Anthology - 2006 * Hypo , Right Hand Pointing, 2006 - Special 2006 Fiction * Testing , Bewildering Stories - 2005-06-13 - Issue 15

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SHORT STORY IDEAS Plot Generator Bewildering Stories Magazine has a very thorough selection of articles written by their numerous editors free resource that has lists (and a search engine) for finding the right publication(s) for your stories. Highly, highly recommend. Duotrope - Like the grinder, this is a resource that has lists. The scattered thoughts of short story writer Sandra Seamans. Saturday, December 1, 2012. Duotrope There's a new notice up over at Duotrope. Starting January 1, 2013 only subscribers will be able to use the search features on the site. The subscription fee will be $5 per month or $50 per year

My short story, Survival Instincts, first published in PulpPusher, was included in the best crime and mystery stories of 2010 collection, By Hook or by Crook. I've been published in many of the online zines, had stories included in print magazines like Needle and Pulp Modern, and in e-anthologies like Pulp Ink and Beat to a Pulp: Superhero A topical story. Almost shaking with frustration, Jack slammed the drawer shut. His family knew to keep back at times like these and they watched his tight-faced rage as he tore through the living room, hurling cushions off chairs and knocking Lilian's neat pile of coffee-table books to the floor, where the colourful, glossy paper crumpled. I loved this piece for it brought back memories. In the 50's, when I was a kid, there was a little store that sold penny candy. I won't tell what else I brought and ingested, but I should be dead by now looking at current guidelines

Edward Ahern resumed writing after forty odd years in foreign intelligence and international sales. He's had over two hundred stories and poems published so far, and three books. Ed works the other side of writing at Bewildering Stories, where he sits on the review board and manages a posse of five review editors In case I haven't mentioned it, May is short story month and for my part I've been searching for short stories and places to find them. Today's find is a page full of Stephen King short stories and they're free to read! If you haven't read a King short story head on over, you won't be sorry because he's one of the masters when it comes to shorts NewPages.com is news, information, and guides to literary magazines, independent publishers, creative writing programs, alternative periodicals, indie bookstores. We prefer topics to deal with common social issues normal-or not so normal- problems people everyday. Poetry, fiction, essays, sound, film, short drama, & experimental visual art. Poetry, Fiction, and Nonfiction about the deep South. $8 for short stories and poems, $3 for flash, $15 to $25 for longer stories

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Short Stories 2021 ~ Carving Grace, upcoming anthology, pending signing of contract ~ ForNever After, Jolly Horror Press, The Digging Place, pending Fall 2021 2020 ~ Lovecraftian Micro Fiction Volume 6: Winners of the 2020 H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival Microfiction Contest, Ghosts on the Sand, October 2020 ~ Wicked Women, NEHW Press (New England Horro Crossed Genres, the sience fiction and fantasy e-zine, have asked writers to post stories to encourage readers to donate money to charities helping in the Haiti crisis.If you enjoyed my own story (or even if you didn't) please click on the link below to see some of the charities involved and make a donation, or support any other charity you know of who are involved This sort of Horror is preferable to sitting in snow drifts on the M6 motorway for 12 hours. I get excited about the ones with strong openings, imaginative language or plot devices and good characterisation. I really want them to live up to their promise and end satisfyingly. (We don't get a lot of happy endings in Horror, but I do love a.

IWSG: Writing Surprises. Hey y'all - How's your summer going? I'm in sales and merchandising, so my summer is pretty much ended, and I'm already planning winter gear and Christmas. Ugh, I've always hated thinking about Christmas before the Thanksgiving Turkey is even baked. Just goes to show how things don't always turn out as you planned. Cruising the Green of Second Avenue. Wild Child Publishing has issued the second volume of short stories in Cruising the Green of Second Avenue. The tales take up where Vol. I left off — bringing back Klein the Biker, Straight Charlie and Sammy the Madman while introducing new characters stumbling over life's difficulties in the late 60s. Vol His short stories are published in many print and online publications, including Ghost Parachute, Lunate, trampset, among others. His award-winning photography has been published in Oprah Magazine, The Chief-Leader and participated in several group shows in Europe and the United States.He also blogs for Focus on the Story website: www.

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The seeds of creativity planted many years ago by a few special teachers occasionally bear fruit. He was recently selected as a semi-finalist in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel contest, has been the editor's choice at Bewildering Stories, and received an honorable mention from the international literary review, Constellation On The Premises. 515 likes. On The Premises is a Web-based fiction magazine published in both HTML and PDF formats. New issues are published every four months. Stories published in On The Premises.. On The Premises. October 25 at 6:41 AM ·. Weekend update! We have almost 60 entries in our Six by Six mini-contest so far, and there are sure to be many more to come. The deadline is Friday, Nov. 6, so if you haven't entered yet, go for it! 44. 1 Share Happy Father's Day to all the dads, step-dads, soon-to-be-dads, and anyone playing a dad role in someone's life The second list is from Duotrope and includes over 200 poetry markets identified as accepting reprints in their database. I've also filtered the list to those that take online submissions and do not charge fees. Bewildering Stories Blue Stucco Press FLEDGLING Bombay Literary Magazine, The Bond Street Review, The [Ink Publications.

Submissions - Bewildering Storie

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The language isn't very engaging, the curiosity to see how the story plays out, even though it's pretty easy to see, is the main reason I read this book, that and I'm delving into the world YA. Hoban writes with only the literal sense of what words mean, and not the way words are actually used by people BIO: Donna Hole lives in California, and is an eclectic reader who enjoys horror, fantasy, sci-fi, and women's fiction. She has a passion for short stories, both for reading pleasure and to write. Her short story Two Minutes In Tomorrow was published in Bewildering Stories issue #424; and Scent was published in An Honest Lie, Vol 3 The tales take up where Vol. I left off — bringing back Klein the Biker, Straight Charlie and Sammy the Madman while introducing new characters stumbling over life's difficulties in the late 60s. Vol. II is an e-book published by Wild Child Publishing that you can download, save as a pdf (Adobe) file and print

Let me explain The story almost going too well, which, hello, means a great fall potentially down the road. Then, on a whole other level, after this manuscript is submitted I will for the first time in many years be without a contract. Since 2010 I've been working from deadline to deadline. I've had the vision of the books I've wanted to do. Blind Date in Bewildering Stories #254 Countdown to a Lynching in Doorways #14 [forthcoming] cuckoo's nest in Doorways #12 [forthcoming] Doe Test-Drives Venus Model 237 in Bewildering Stories #256 Eight Seconds When We Were Ten in This Ain't No Rodeo anthology [forthcoming] I Consider My Cadaver in ChiZine [October, 2008 If you love short stories, and if you are reading this you probably do, you will be concerned to hear that BBC Radio 4, traditionally champions of the short story, are reducing their short story programming from 3 to 1 a week. Disbelief and bewilderment have quickly spread around the web; the form is currently enjoying a popular renaissance, due in part to its support by the BBC The story follows a strong-willed American research scientist, Eleanor Grant, and a hunky Scottish police officer, Conall Cameron, through the highlands and back in time on a journey they, and you, won't soon forget. Beautifully written, witty and very hot, this book is an addictive read! The novel is available in ebook and paperback at the.

Ugh, I've always hated thinking about Christmas before the Thanksgiving Turkey is even baked. Just goes to show how things don't always turn out as you planned, right? Welcome to the August 2019 edition of the Insecure Writers Support Group, hosted by Alex J Cavanaugh and his minions Renee Scattergood, Sadira Stone, Jaqui Murray, Tamara Narayan. Bewildering Stories, Angel in My Coffee Cup Bewildering Stories-Number Eleven Big Pulp, Misunderstood Identity Every Day Fiction, Day of Moving Hell Every Day Fiction, You Ain't the Only Catfish Every Day Fiction-Dreaded Conversation Gumshoe Review, Joined at the Heart Gumshoe Review, Queen at the End of the Ba

July 23, 2011 Chester County Library in the Struble Room at 1:30pm. Malvern historian Nancy B. Schmitt is scheduled to speak on and autograph her latest book on the town, Malvern Treasures. This book highlights the role of women in the borough throughout the 20th century and beyond. Stop by and say hello! Leave a Comment. Blog at WordPress.com And, it bears repeating, she gets paid for her writing. The Fairfield Writer's Blog (FWB)—whose late-middle-aged comfort zone tends to gravitate toward authors, publications and the protocol of traditional legacy publishing—spoke at length with McBain recently about how to succeed as a 21st century writer

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  2. While I'm figuring things out, I'll be visiting my old pals and leaving comments with this new blog name BOOK LOVER,. I hope that is what happens. I'm not tech-savvy and I'm not finding all my old info on this new blogger template. Much different than when I created my first blog. Revamping is not a technical skill I've learned
  3. I've been away from the blogs and the Insecure Writers Support Group for a couple months, so I might be slow in getting back into the routine. Rumor has it the 2018 Anthology winners will be announced today, so be sure to visit the IWSG site, and our host Ninja Captain Alex J Cavanaugh, and the co hosts Patricia Lynne, Lisa Buie-Collard, Kim Lajevardi, Fundy Blue for the winners list
  4. If a writer submits to my magazine and gets a rejection letter sent from me personally, they should take a moment to reflect on just how far in our process a story had to go to even get to my desk. And remember there are over 4,000 markets listed on Duotrope. You story is bound to fit in with one of those markets

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  3. One Grand Prize winner will receive: $8,000 in cash. A feature article about you and your book in the March/April 2017 issue of Writer's Digest. A press release from Writer's Digest, to be sent, along with a copy of your book, to 10 different major publishing review houses. A paid trip to the ever-popular Writer's Digest Conference
  4. Honoring Nancy Schmitt. Filed under: Group News — Wordwrights @ 5:31 pm. It is with great sadness that I announce that one of our own, Nancy Schmitt, passed away early Thursday morning. She was an excellent writer, historian and poet. The group benefited from her knowledge and advice
  5. Teaching and the alchemic communication that takes place at times through teaching is a matter of affect, a visceral tripartite bond between the teacher, the student and the text which arouses wonder, stirs the intellect and motivates the heart to soar like the skylark into a Rushdie-esque sea of stories where multi-coloured strands of stories.
  6. I thought this list might be helpful for all my followers that write short fiction. I pulled these 10 magazines from Duotrope's list of top 100 most approachable fiction markets. Approachable means they have a relatively high acceptance rate compared to other markets in Duotrope's database
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  1. Bewildering Stories ~ Weekly Publication of Speculative Fiction ~~ Here's my Biography and Bibliography at BwS + Show, Don't Tell appeared Oct 22, 2007 (Issue 264) + The Daily Brew appeared Nov 12, 2007 (Issue 267) + (Both stories made the 4th Quarterly Review, Fall 2007) + The Hunt Hunt appeared May 5, 2008 (Issue 288
  2. Formerly a laboratory technician-turned-home-educator, Richard H. Fay now spends his days creating art. He often draws creative inspiration from history, myth, folklore, and legend
  3. Wordwrights Blog is 4! Filed under: Group News, Readers and Writers Forum — Tags: writing, writing group, writing information — Wordwrights @ 6:47 pm. This blog has been up for four years now! The idea was to have a common place to post news about our group and our writing. We've also included links to many of our favorite writing places.
  4. d-wander a beautiful pitch-black man appeared out of a mental darkness. Seriously, a true black the color of fresh laid tar. Some mysterious soft light hit him and a midnight blue sheen flickered off his skin. Eyes, tinted by a hardened coating of some sort, began to glow orange
  5. This will be a reprint of this poem; The Dark Host originally appeared in Bewildering Stories, Issue 277, February 10, 2008. I was hoping to get my illustration for this poem accepted as well, but the editor decided not to take the illustration. It happens. Both poem and illustration were to have appeared in my ill-fated illustrated dark.

Beneath Ceaseless Skies. All these were easily found via Duotrope.I encourage everyone to use and also report back to Duotrope. I find their stats on things like real response time on submissions (and the very valuable stats on which markets kinda forget to respond submissions a lot of the time) invaluable, and they'd be even better if more people used them Your story should be in standard MS format (double spaced, good margins, contact details, approximate word count and page numbers). Please include a covering letter. Never send simultaneous submissions, multiple submissions or reprints. Please have only one story (per magazine) under consideration at any one time

Bewildering Stories interviews Edward Aher

Abstract. This article explores the layered and multivocal nature of Romantic-period travel writing in Wales through the theme of geology. Beginning with an analysis of the spectral sense of place that emerges from William Smith's 1815 geological map of England and Wales, it considers a range of travel texts, from the stones and fossils of. The Short Humour (Humor) Site aims to promote the reading and writing of Short Humour (Humor) both in Britain and throughout the world and also to showcase work by writers of the genre IWSG - Industry Changes. Hey Everyone! Well, its Wednesday July 1, 2020. Time for the monthly first Wednesday of the month IWSG post. I missed last month's post. And I'm late this month. Not doing well at keeping a schedule, lol. This month's co-hosts: Jenni Enzor, Beth Camp, Liesbet, Tyrean Martinson, Sandra Cox Plot []. The story of Sense8 begins when the psychic connection of eight strangers from different cultures and parts of the world is birthed by a woman called Angelica, who kills herself to avoid capture by a man named Whispers.The eight eventually discover they now form a cluster of sensates: human beings who are mentally and emotionally linked, can sense and communicate.

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Readers' Guide to issue 204 - Bewildering Storie

Wordwrights is a writing group that meets monthly at a book store in eastern Pennsylvania. They critique each other's writing, discuss the writing life, have guest speakers and overall, support each other's craziness. If you would like more information about the group, contact us at realwordwrights@gmail.co Bibliography. I owned a small press called Stygian Publications. I also write Supernatural Thrillers and Horror, but occasionally something else slips out. Novels: Feast, Shroud Publishing, 2009. The White Faced Bear, Belfire Press, 2010. Collections: Hunter's Moon: Visceral Tales of Terror, Omnium Gatherum, 2012 Atmosphere is paramount, and we would prefer something that tells a story, even in a few short stanzas. In both stories and poems, we are not interested in world creation or invented cultures, but established mythologies and legendary realms (Olympus, Asgard, Camelot, etc.) are welcomed. Ceased publication in August 2104. (Duotrope) I'm glad to say that I've just picked up the next short story publication for 2008. Yellow Mama has agreed to publish Where the Gods Play in June in their Issue 8. The story is a slice of life night for an angry kid. I enjoy the imagery and it speaks to me at a certain level

Bewildering Stories interviews Bill Kowalesk

Let me explain my thoughts with a story. Welcome to Story Time, with your host, AR Norris. A friend and I stood in line at Starbucks, waiting to order our coffee. While we talked my eyes did a cursory scan of the room, and saw a sea of scalps. Blonde, red, burgundy, brunette... heck even one a medium shade of green Ron Koppelberger. The harmony of gossip in black, in blood and bidden assassins breath bore his title and even so dreams and nightmares haunted him in slow easy demonstrations of fear. He was Sable Warden keeper of the sentence, the purveyor of the gallows, the hangman's knot and the edge of a triple bladed sword 2) Maximum word length is a firm 7,500 words. Anything more will be auto-rejected. 3) Payment for original fiction is $.08 per word up to 7,500 words. Minimum of $50. 4) If we podcast your story, additional payment is $.01 per word up to 7,500 words. 5) Apex Magazine welcomes and encourages submissions from writers of all race, color, religion. The list below arranges literary journals in order of how many times they've had a short story or special mention in the last eleven years (2007 - 2018) in the Best American Short Stories (BASS). I award a certain number of points for the winners and a lesser number of points for every special mention

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