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In this issue!
New full issue releases from Whale Road Review, Odd Magazine, Hominum Journal, Ghost Parachute, Speculate Literary Magazine, Cutleaf Journal, Perhappened Mag, Versification, and Idle Ink
New stories in Heavy Feather Review, Maudlin House, Schuylkill Valley Journal, TSS Publishing, and Milk Candy Review.
Full Issue Releases
Welcome to our Spring 2021 issue and to the sixth year of Whale Road Review! We’re in awe of the creative pieces in this issue. They seem to call and respond to each other, especially on the subjects of parents, lovers, and God.
ISSUE 03 HAS ARRIVED! Huge thank you to the collective of patrons, contributors, editors, readers, and artists who made this edition possible. We are eternally grateful for all of you. Read the issue here*: hominumjournal.org/issue-3-1 *Best viewed on computer!
And it's here! Issue 3 - Love & Relationships is available to download (albeit fashionably late!): bit.ly/2OW2HT8. Thank you so much for your patience and big thanks to our contributors, you 🌟s. 🙏🏽 We hope you enjoy reading it.
Issue 3 of Cutleaf is live! It features work by Erica Anderson-Senter, Ezra Baeli-Wang, and Ethan Rutherford: cutleafjournal.com/tag/issue-03.
find your light & break through the clouds. 🌧️🌦️✨ perhappened mag issue 9: RAIN OR SHINE is out NOW. read: perhappened.com/issue9rainorsh…
It was the big monthly publish yesterday. Check out their website for new fiction, poetry and more: idleink.org
Idle Ink @_IdleInk_Next Saturday! Featuring @avramargariti @AKruminis @banddcole @DaraghFleming @ShilpaGupte1 B.A. Varghese @sidneydritz Sarah Ang @ashvanewrites @emmadancetrain, and @Fijo_Frenchie reviews "we of the forsaken world..." by @WeltgeistKiran https://t.co/GWSuxOIi0K
New Single Stories
heavyfeatherreview.org/2021/03/02/tui… "Criminal" is up at "Heavy Feather Review". Thank you so much, Jason Teal.
“Once I passed the rest area, it was closer to continue to mom's place than to turn around and go home. On most trips I hit the gas at that spot and speed past, outracing the desire to turn back.” New Dispatch up from Beth Moulton
NEW: Flash Fiction IN THE NORTHERN LOWLANDS OF MARS BY JENNIFER HARVEY Just the other day we were saying how fiction writers should try & avoid writing about dreams, & then this piece comes along! theshortstory.co.uk/flash-fiction-…