Monday, March 2, 2009

Tundra's new site

After a long hiatus, Tundra: The Journal of the Short Poem looks like it might be back. The magazine has a fresh new website, and the word on the street is that a new issue could be making its appearance in the not-too-distant future. The magazine is closed to submissions now, but will reopen when the backlog has been cleared out.

Ballista, Flapjack Press's speculative fiction magazine, is now open to submissions. Guidelines are available on the website.

If you're in the mood for a short speculative story, check out S.J. Higbee's story, "Damned Flies," on EverydayWeirdness.com. See the world from a fly's point of view....

2 comments:

Charles Gramlich said...

Damned flies sounds like it's worth checking out. I'll head over later today.

Greg Schwartz said...

yeah, it's a neat little story. doesn't take long to read.

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