With Issue 8 of Sundog Lit (our first print issue), we will be publishing the winners of the 1st annual Sundog Lit Contest Series, with winners in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry.
All entries will be accepted through Submittable between October 1st, 2014, and January 1st, 2015.
The winner in each category will receive $100 and two copies of Issue 8. Runners-up will be considered for publication…
With Issue 8 of Sundog Lit, we will be launching our first print issue. From October 1 – January 1, we will accept submissions for this special print issue. In addition to the fiction, nonfiction, and poetry we normally love, we will also publish a single chapbook (of either fiction, nonfiction, poetry, or some hybrid creation) in the issue and the winners of the 1st Annual Sundog Lit Contest…
Introducing: Nothing Works Until It Does: Texts Inspired by Dolan Morgan’s THAT’S WHEN THE KNIVES COME DOWN
We begin today with two texts inspired by Euclid’s Postulates:
- a GIF translation by Amelia Gray
- a song by Kyle Hillbrand
& two pieces inspired by Interior Design:
- Domestic Spaces by James Tadd Adcox
Issue Six of Sundog Lit is live! Go, feast your eyes and brains on this spectacular issue. So many great, powerful voices.
Poetry: Justin Brouckaert | Doug Paul Case | Caleb Curtiss | Adam Gianforcaro | Emily Grelle | Brett Elizabeth Jenkins | Laura Kochman | Shane McRae | Jory Mickelson | Dianne Turgeon Richardson | Pyper Stever | Ashley Strosnider | Lisa Summe | Russ Sara Woods
The big thing this week is that Wigleaf released it’s Top 50 (Very) Short Fictions of 2014 list, which is always filled with amazing words.
At Verse Daily, Tarfia Faizullah has a wonderful poem, AUBADE ENDING WITH THE DEATH OF A MOSQUITO.
Caitlin McGuire’s FROM CLAY is beautiful and great.
Welcome back. It’s time to catch up on this week’s Friday reads.
Sink Review’s new issue features a ton of Sundog favorites, including Carleen Tibbetts, Laura Eve Engel, and some sonnets after Ted Berrigan by Bruce Covey. Here is the first.
Summer’s coming. Get out a beach chair, even if you’re not at the beach. Put it in the middle of your living room. Make some summery whiskey drinks. Blow up a beach ball. Relax. Take in some Friday Rex for your recommended reads.
iO Issue 12 is out. There’s Christine Shan Shan Hou’s TO THE WICKED KEEP FAR AWAY:
Where a worm curls into a feeding position and stays there
I let my body wash beads…
Good morning. A new week, a new batch of wonderful Friday reads for you.
There’s a new issue of Revolution House out this week with work by Brian Oliu, Kristina Marie Darling, & others.
Hoa Nguyen have 5 POEMS over at The Brooklyn Rail. From BIRTHDAY POEM:
I drive husbands and…
Welcome back to Friday Rex. Did you miss us? Prime real estate here this week.
First, there’s a new issue of Squalorly out and it contains Ashley Strosnider’s MY SHADOW WAS A MERMAID NAMED MONICA. Also, there are 4 very short stories by James Tadd Adcox, tons of poetry, and great nonfiction.
Speaking of new issues, there are new volumes of Phantom Limb and Nighblock as well. In Phantom Limb, Gina…
Your taxes should be done by now, so why not relax with some of this week’s best reads?
Gina Myers’s poem, TODAY, went up at The Rumpus.
There’s a new issue of JMWW out and it’s huge. Here’s Daniel…