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

The Flag Day Challenge is an attempt to keep the holiday challenge ideal alive without interfering with too many summer vacations and writing projects. [Read more]

   Fictionaut Five: Scott Garson
   Luna Digest, 6/8

I’m pretty excited for where the indie lit community is at right now. I think blogs & sites like HTMLGiant, Big Other, the Millions, the Rumpus & The Nervous Breakdown have united the community in a way that didn’t exist before. [Read more]

   Fictionaut Five: Ben Greenman
   Checking in with John Reed
   Fictionaut Five: Thaisa Frank
   Fictionaut Faves, 5/25: Two for David Ackley

The stories in Tales of Woe didn’t get easier to write; they got harder to write. The more I time I invested in these horrendously upsetting tragedies, the more depressing the material became. I’d expected myself to harden to the stories: not the case. [Read more]

   Fictionaut Five: Thaisa Frank
   Fictionaut Faves, 5/25: Two for David Ackley

It started from an idea I dreamed up one night, to make myself write at least one piece of flash fiction every week for a year. [Read more]

   Fictionaut Faves, 5/20
   Fictionaut Five: Jack Swenson
   Luna Digest, 5/18

We got going in 2007 as an online weekly arts magazine. We published fiction and poetry and photography and visual art and some film reviews. It was fun. Now we focus solely on literature, which is also fun, and closer to the heart. [Read more]

   Fictionaut Five: Dan Wickett
   Line Breaks: “Moving Day” by Robert Olen Butler

Negative Suck is a monthly ezine featuring writers and artist who don’t suck. [Read more]

   Fictionaut Faves, 5/6
   Fictionaut Five: Sam Rasnake
   Luna Digest, 5/4

If you could re-name that Icelandic erupting volcano what would you name it?

Elmer. Nobody names anything Elmer anymore.

[Read more]

   Fictionaut Five: James Kaelan
   Luna Digest, 4/20
   We’d Love to Hear Your Success Stories

“All of these things come out of passion.” [Read more]

   Fictionaut Five: Gayle Brandeis
   Line Breaks: “The Palatski Man” by Stuart


Mad Hatter Review offers a unique blend of (mainly collaborative) art, music, text (poetry [including visual/conceptual works]), fiction, columns, creative non-fiction, drama, whatnots, wit & whimsy’s), plus films/new media/video’s and audio’s. Each text is accompanied by custom-made art and audio, either composed by a volunteer musician, or recited by its author. [Read more]

   Fictionaut Faves: April Fools’ Edition
   Christian Crumlish Joins

Fictionaut Board of Advisors
   Fictionaut Five: Luca Dipierro

   Luna Digest, 3/30
   Line Breaks: “My Date with Satan” by

Stacey Richter

April Fool’s Day means that all rules and bets are off. Isn’t that the point of the day to begin with? [Read more]

   New & Noteworthy: Ginnah Howard
   Fictionaut Five: Gloria Mindock
   Luna Digest, 3/16


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