>We Three Mags of Excellence Are

>We’re a bit behind in posting about issues of some of our favorite lit mags to go live recently:

  • Fiction by Anne Archer, C.B. Bernard, Janice Daugharty, Nicholas Hayes, Chelsea Lowe, Rebecca Oliver, Anita Page, Joseph Rutledge, Kieran Shea, Tom Sheehan and Brandi Wells
  • Experimental writing by c.vance, Jeff Lancaster and Steven Levery
  • Poetry by Martha Clarkson, Gabriel DeCrease, Pat Galvin, Sean Kilpatrick, Amanda Latrenta Crane, Mike Meraz, Rebecca Pearson, Anne Marie Rooney and Micah Stack
  • Creative non-fiction by Kristina Marie Darling
  • Reviews of Even the Fallen by David J. Thompson

  • fiction by Jessica Newman, Rachel B. Glaser, Beth Thomas, Kathy Fish, Kim Chinquee, Matthew Stevenson, Katrina Denza, Michelle Tandoc-Pichereau, Match Ryan, Aaron Burch, Megan Roth, Chris Sheehan, Lasse Saillard, Shannon Anthony, Blake Butler, Kelly Spitzer, Ken Harshbarger, Timmy Waldron
  • poetry by Patrick Leonard, Alek Lindus, Sandy Hiss, Jeanette Sayers, Jennifer Faylor, Russell Brakefield, Brandon Scott Gorrell, Oliver Rice, Jared Wahlgren, Stephen Synnott, Peter Joseph Gloviczki, Dan Bradley
  • review by Weston Frisk

And I could’ve sworn there was another that we hadn’t trumpeted yet, but I think that was StoryGlossia, which Katrina covered just below.

Happy holidays and happy reading!


About smokelong

Our Mission: SmokeLong Quarterly is dedicated to bringing the best flash fiction to the web on a quarterly basis, whether writtenwidely published authors, or those new to the craft. The term "smoke-long" comes from the Chinese, who noted that reading a piece of flash takes about the same length of time as smoking a cigarette. All the work we publish is precisely that—about a smoke long.
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