Archive for the 'Check-In with Fictionaut Groups' Category

To see your work in print online is thrilling, but there’s something kinesthetically thrilling about holding a ‘zine that houses you or your friends’ work. E-zines are fantastic and I am a frequent reader of some, but I am strictly for keeping my literary arts journal to print and print only. [Read more]

Fictionaut Five: Adam Robinson
   Luna Digest, 10/26

The best stories/poems from Fictionaut and other online submissions will be selected for the 2011 River Poets Journal Special Edition titled, “The Hopeless Romantic.” [Read more]

   Fictionaut Five: Paula Bomer
   Luna Digest, 10/19

Our Fifth Annual Short Short Chapbook Contest submission period runs from today through December 1, 2010, and our 2010 judge will be Kim Chinquee. [Read more]

   Fictionaut Joins LitSense
   Fictionaut Five: Janice Eidus
   Luna Digest, 10/12

We don’t care much about categories, labels, genres. Ramshackle is that 70’s FM station that played everbody from Elton John to Black Sabbath. [Read more]

   Fictionaut Five: Jane Ciabattari
   Luna Digest, 10/5
   Fictionaut Reading @ KGB in New York, Oct. 17

I’m not much of a planner. I’m willing to keep on with Thunderclap for as long as I can keep up with it and people are interested in hearing from us Generation Y’ers. [Read more]

   Luna Digest, 9/30
   Fictionaut Five: Brad Watson
   This Saturday:

Fictionaut Reading in San Francisco

Raíces y Alas (Roots and Wings) is a group for Latino/Latina fiction, non-fiction, and poetry. As you said, this group is all inclusive because there is a lot of love for Latin American culture out there and some of us weren’t necessarily born into it. Thankfully the Latino community is very accepting of what they call “Latinos de corazón” – which is to say, you may not be Latina/o by blood, but if you feel it in your heart, that is all that matters. [Read


   Line Breaks: “Something Better Than This” by Mary Gaitskill

Five: Lauren Cerand
   Luna Digest, 9/21
   Fictionaut Faves, 9/20: Perfect


I’m just a storyteller. Where I’m from in Kentucky, everybody’s a storyteller. I just write mine down and send them to journals or post them online. [Read more]

   Luna Digest, 9/14
   How to Read Fictionaut on Your Kindle or ePub Reader
   Fictionaut Five: Jane Hammons

Writing about food has a dynamic that immediately connects with people. We all understand hunger, heat, sweetness and briny goodness. I challenge you to find any great novel of any period in history that doesn’t involve significant food references, you can’t do it. [Read more]

   Fictionaut Five: Jane Hammons
   Fictionaut on Mashable
   Checking in with What May Have Been

Our new book is a steamy love story told in letters exchanged between the artist Jackson Pollock and a fictional young woman we named Dori G. [Read more]

   Fictionaut Five: Sean Ferrell
   Checking in with Noir

Who is more fun to write about than a loser? Angst, woe, bad intentions–not to mention crimes and interesting ways to die. [Read more]

   Fictionaut Five: Cynthia Reeser


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