Words in Stereo is a forthcoming series of humorous literature and clever ideas delivered to the reader in lovingly hand-bound print editions.
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From the website. Hello. My name is Harald Holczer and I am the builder of this website. I started this website for several reasons. One was to publish my own words and expose them
The editors of Works & Days began with a simple concept: that there are too many concepts out there. They wanted a way to present new work in a straightforward manner, without gimmicks
Writer’s Ink accepts accepts any form of English Language creative writing be it prose, poetry, screenplay, etc. Established in 2008, Writer’s Ink has published a total of six volumes,
Writing Tomorrow is looking forward to meeting the next generation of renowned authors and artists. We believe that great literature and visual artwork instill in us a sense of beauty,
Your Impossible Voice is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit (status pending). We publish brash and velvety new work from around the globe. For a better idea what our editors are looking for at the moment, please consult our call for submissions.
Z-composition is a bi-monthly literary e-zine with a yearly print anthology slated to launch in 2012; October. New and established writers are welcome; we accept new and experienced writers
?Two ladies, one from Boston and one from Glasgow, get together in a creative writing class in Glasgow and . . .? Sound a bit like the beginning of a bad joke?
Zizzle is a literary magazine devoted to publishing quality, innovative fiction for young readers. We believe honest, engaging fiction nourishes young, inquisitive minds and helps foster a lifelong passion for reading and learning.
ZYZZYVA is a critically acclaimed print journal, introducing readers to new work from the best contemporary writers and artists since 1985. Based in San Francisco, we have established a vigorous tradition of finding and fostering new talent, in our backyard and beyond. For over thirty years ZYZZYVA
[empath] was founded in December 2013 by high school student Jenny Jung. Funded largely by the prize money won in Sierra Nevada College’s 4th annual writing competition