Tag Archives: short fiction

12% Funded! Printer Updates!

We’ve pledged $763 of the $6,000 goal with 23 backers! Thank you for your support. With 20 days to go, let’s make physical copies of The Magnolia Review Volume 4 a reality. (Check out the Kickstarter here.) I have proofs from the printer for Volume 4, Issue 1. Proof from printer of Volume 4, Issue …

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Museum of the Weird by Amelia Gray

I finished reading “Museum of the Weird” by Amelia Gray. Check out an interview with Amelia here.

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An Elegy for Mathematics by Anne Valente

I finished reading “An Elegy for Mathematics” by Anne Valente. It is beautifully written with moving stories. If you write short fiction, this is a necessary read. Get your copy here. If the limited edition is still available, nab a copy of Anne reading some of the stories, artwork, and a digital copy of the …

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Prompt–Monday, April 30

NPR has Three Minute Fiction, which you can check out here: http://www.npr.org/2012/04/29/151647902/three-minute-fiction-update-judges-favorites What line would you be tired of after reading it 6,000 times? Write a sentence to begin a three-minute fiction, which is about 600 words. Then write the story. Some sentences to get you started if you’re stuck. The city is burning. She …

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