Tuesday, July 1, 2008

New issue of Twisted Tongue out

The new issue of Twisted Tongue is out now, available for free download from Lulu.com (or, if you're like me and you get most of your reading done in the bathroom, you can buy the paper copy instead). It's got stories by Michael A. Kechula, Peter Tennant, and P.S. Gifford. If that's not enough, there's a whole slew of poems by Paul Weightman (and a few scifaiku by yours truly).

Twisted Tongue will be reopening to subs soon, and editor Claire Nixon is especially looking for Christmas-themed items. Check the website for updates.

Also reopening soon is Star*Line... can you believe it's July already?

6 comments:

Charles Gramlich said...

Congrats on the Twisted Tongue poems. I'll download it tonight. Star*Line time again? I always seem to have stuff ready for them when they're not open.

Greg Schwartz said...

Thanks Charles. I've only read Pete Tennant's stories so far, but they're pretty good.

If you're looking to submit scifaiku or horrorku, Necrography Magazine will look at them. The link should be on the sidebar.

Charles Gramlich said...

These are nice. Love the Haunted Dollhouse the best, though.

Greg Schwartz said...

thanks! i was still trying to tweak that one when i submitted it, but i loved the idea too much to not include it.

Anonymous said...

Anything with P.S. Gifford in it has to be good.

Melissa

Greg Schwartz said...

Melissa... no disagreement here!