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NEAT. Goes Dancing at the Cabaret
Don’t forget that NEAT. is accepting submissions for Issue 8! Our theme this quarter is cabaret. I want fun, flirty, fast-paced. I think our diverse submission pool is going to give it to me. Ooooh I can’t wait to read these subs. View our submission guidelines. Read up on the previous issues to get a feel for whatContinue reading “NEAT. Goes Dancing at the Cabaret”
Story of the Week #12 — “Cygnet Lake” by Doug McBride
Since I’m bringing Story of the Week back after probably a year of neglect, I will treat you dear Readers to something short and sweet to start things off again. And since the deadline for the Fall 2014 issue of NEAT. is rapidly approaching, I think it’s appropriate to showcase one of the fiction pieces fromContinue reading “Story of the Week #12 — “Cygnet Lake” by Doug McBride”
Kenneth W. Cain’s Markets
My friend Kenneth W. Cain is a freaking beast at Internet research. He just updated his list of horror/fantasy/sci-fi markets, most of which are paying. I’m definitely going to be using this one. Holy cow. Good job, dude. Who needs duotrope when you’ve got this guy? Check it out here. Psst. Check out his workContinue reading “Kenneth W. Cain’s Markets”
Would just like to remind everyone that NEAT. is still open for submissions until October 31. We’re looking for endings — or beginnings that come from endings. A little Halloween horror, a little sci-fi, a little whatever-the-heck-you-want-to-write. We want to read it. :) We’re accepting fiction, poetry, non-fiction, and photography. Check out the website here.Continue reading “NEAT. Submissions!”
After a Hiatus, I Present to You . . .
I would like you all to know that I haven’t died. Yay, right? I took a long break to go on vacation with Husband and do fun things like mountain biking and hiking and all sorts of other things that end with “-ing.” Also did quite a bit of writing, so maybe you will seeContinue reading “After a Hiatus, I Present to You . . .”