At last, a literary journal that’s almost as old as I am. (That’s really old.) Founded in 1956, Nimrod International Journal @utulsa is one of
I felt like I’d won the lottery when @ExistereJournal Vol 32:2 arrived in my mailbox. My name on the cover: Thrilling. But even more fantastic
The changing of the clocks always brings confusion. Forward or Back? somehow morphs into broader questions: Day or Night? Then, deeper questions: Past or Future?
A multiple acceptance stirs multiple emotions. Writers often submit their work to several publications, simultaneously. Many literary journals even encourage the practice. But what happens
I still mourn the loss of Zahir, that beautifully assembled collection of magical tales edited by abstract artist Sheryl Tempchin. The magazine retired in 2011