An Online Literary Magazine
Seeks Submissions from YOU! We present a bi-monthly literary buffet of writers from across the spectrum, whether professional, aspiring, historical, or experimental. Our contributors hail from all corners of the world, from the South Side of Chicago to Italy's Adriatic Coast, Southern California to Beijing's Arts District; from across the great state of Nevada to the Aloha, Lone Star, Empire, and Sunshine States; as well as poets, composers, and authors whose works suffer the temperamental vicissitudes of the literatti from beyond the grave.
Our mission is to further expand the imaginative landscape of the non-academic literary web. If fanciful kunst und kultur, out-of-the-ordinary literary places of mind, body & soul, not to mention buona coloratura lettura appeal to the composer in you, we invite you to submit for future editions of this online magazine. Edited & published by Adam Henry Carriere, winner of the Nevada Arts Council Fellowship in Poetry, Danse Macabre welcomes all forms of poetry (limit 3 per submission); flash, short-short, short, and traditional fiction; travel narratives, humour, and creative non-fiction; book & music reviews; and the occasional scholarly take on literary matters consistent with our narrative flavours.
E-mail your submissions as text in the body of your message with a short bio telling us about yourself & your writing. Though we may not be able to offer you comments on your work, we do promise to read every-thing you send with care and consideration, and to respond as soon as we can to your work. You will be notified if your work is selected for posting. Our submissions address is dansemacabreonline(at)yahoo(dot)com.
Issue 23 -
Deadline - 21 Apr 2009
Premiere - 1 May 2009
We accept unthemed submissions year 'round...
Adam Henry Carrière
éditeur, Danse Macabre http://dansemacabre.art.officelive.com
le premier magasin littéraire en ligne au Nevada
Previous contributors and interviewees include poet Bruce Bond (Blind Rain), pop culture maven Felicia Florine Campbell (Las Vegas Noir), Deems Taylor ASCAP Award-winning broadcaster / musician John Clare (20/20 Hearing), film composer Danny Elfman (Perpetuum Schizophrana), National Book Award-winning author Larry Heinemann (Paco's Story), artist / poet / publisher Roxanne Hoffman (Flor del Concreto), poet Branch Isole (Barking Geckos), composer / conductor Krzysztof Penderecki (Fanfarria Real), poet / dramatist / screenwriter James Ragan (The Hunger Wall), poet Felino Soriano (Exhibits Require Understanding Open Eyes), composer Dick Strawser (Thoughts on a Train), visual design artist Laurens Tan (Babalogic), lyricist & gaming expert William Thompson (Heart Lines & Lyrics), writer / producer Digby Wolfe (Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In), and poet / actor / filmmaker Yevgeny Yevtushenko (Walk on the Ledge)...
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