April 4, 2014
seam-and-destroy:

reba !

seam-and-destroy:

reba !

(Source: chocolate-doughnuts, via marimidnight)

March 31, 2014
Two BEST OFs featuring NEEDLE favorites

Two BEST OFs featuring NEEDLE favorites

Congratulations to Dennis Tafoya, whose “Satan’s Kingdom” will be included in The Best American Mystery Stories 2014 by Otto Penzler and Laura Lippman, editors. The story originally appeared in the Spring-Summer 2013 issue of NEEDLE.

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And Ed Kurtz’s “The Trick,” originally published in NEEDLE, has been selected for Best Gay Stories 2014

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Looking forward to these publication and pleased as hell…

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October 8, 2013
CutBank Literary Magazine » THE WOODSHOP: Stephen Graham Jones

October 2, 2013
vqreview:

Our Fall 2013 issue, ICONOCLASTS

vqreview:

Our Fall 2013 issue, ICONOCLASTS

October 2, 2013
"These skillfully wrought interconnected stories form a debut novel that is relentless in describing the lives of people who are captives not only of their environment but also of their own histories."

Review: Country Hardball by Steve Weddle » Donald Maass Literary Agency

October 2, 2013
onemorepagebooks:

Mainstreet Books reminds you of all the things indie bookstores offer that Amazon doesn’t. In the case of One More Page, we can also add “wine tastings” to the list.

onemorepagebooks:

Mainstreet Books reminds you of all the things indie bookstores offer that Amazon doesn’t. In the case of One More Page, we can also add “wine tastings” to the list.

September 19, 2013
vqreview:

Many of our recent themes could fit here, including “People & Place” (Summer 2013), “The Business of Literature” (Spring 2013), “Classic Hollywood” (Winter 2013), and “Look Between” (Winter 2011).
Inspired by: http://bookriot.com/2013/09/17/lets-put-james-franco-book-covers/

vqreview:

Many of our recent themes could fit here, including “People & Place” (Summer 2013), “The Business of Literature” (Spring 2013), “Classic Hollywood” (Winter 2013), and “Look Between” (Winter 2011).

Inspired by: http://bookriot.com/2013/09/17/lets-put-james-franco-book-covers/

September 19, 2013
ericnus:

Hey, a short story I wrote sort of based on an apocryphal (maybe?) story about the death of the writer Bruno Schulz has been published in the KGB Bar Lit Magazine. Check it. 
Minor Inconveniences

ericnus:

Hey, a short story I wrote sort of based on an apocryphal (maybe?) story about the death of the writer Bruno Schulz has been published in the KGB Bar Lit Magazine. Check it. 

Minor Inconveniences

September 19, 2013
"When I was younger, I remember going around totally deluded by the idea that other people might, in fact, be geniuses or at least be able to express this in any intelligible fashion. The idea that you might do something radically brilliant—that assumption is very empowering and it has given the world a lot of really interesting things to look at. It’s a side effect of the cult of normality—the idea that it would be preposterous and perhaps undesirable to single yourself out in that way. I think that’s why a lot of stuff that basically amounts to breaking china is seen as being creative when, in fact, it’s as subservient to prevailing norms as anything else is, as obedience to them would be."

— New writers need to trust themselves, Marilynne Robinson advises in an interview with Thessaly La Force for VICE. (via millionsmillions)

September 18, 2013
"50 Works of Fiction in Translation That Every English Speaker Should Read"

50 Works of Fiction in Translation That Every English Speaker Should Read – Flavorwire

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