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A Cafe in Space: The Anais Nin Literary Journal

A Cafe in Space: The Anais Nin Literary Journal
A Cafe in Space is the only current publication dedicated to diarist/novelist Anais Nin, now in its ninth year. Essays about Nin and her contemporaries, such as Henry Miller, D.H. Lawrence, Antonin Artaud, and Lawrence Durrell, by today's top scholars, excerpts from Nin's unpublished diaries and correspondence; poetry, reviews, photos, visual art, and criticism fill the pages. A Cafe in Space is available in both print and digital form

Agonia

www.agonia.net is an international interactive website for writing and literature, formed by numerous cultural communities and languages. It is a platform where writers around the world publish their works, engage in providing constructive feedback critique oriented towards honing skills in the writing process.

American Athenaeum

American Athenaeum, a cultural magazine supporting the arts, is currently accepting fiction, poetry, and non-fiction for the following themed issues: Japan tribute, Speculative Fiction, Young Adult/Middle Grade, Compassion/Community, Environment/ Endangered Species. (There is also a general issue too). In addition, we are seeking short op-eds for the following regular columns: America Talks, Doorstep Activist, Compassion City, Author book reviews.

Anobium

Anobium
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Coleoptera Infraorder: Bostrichiformia Superfamily: Bostrichoidea Family: Anobiidae Subfamily: Anobiinae Genus: Anobium (?Bookworm,? in other words.) Anobium is literature; a collusion of molecules, fused into a conceptual (w)hole. As a conceptual entity, Anobium is the headbirth of Benjamin van Loon and ?Mary J. Levine,? who doesn?t exist. Anobium is Chicago-based, independent publisher who specializes in the compilation and assemblage of strange, surreal and insectile literature. Our aim is to produce consciously designed and intelligently written contemporary literature. Those who pronounce auguries about the Death of the Book fail to realize that what is death for some is rebirth for others. We believe technology compliments our interaction with artifactual literature; it does not demolish it. Our relatively ?short? volumes (80-100 pages) and chapbooks will read easily, store safely and wear evenly - as a good book should.

Asylum Ink

Asylum Ink
The goal of Asylum Ink is to build greater awareness and traffic between the various contributors as well as create an easily digestible anthology for fans. If you are interested in participating, all contributions will be credited to their respective creators, a free ad and links will be provided to your home pages. The compendium features the finest in horror, sci-fi, and dark art around.