Posts tagged fiction
Posts tagged fiction
The first issue of filling Station for 2013 is hot off the presses and will be launching February 8th. We’re very, very excited about this issue and think you should be too. Here’s why:
All in all this promises to be an amazing issue of the magazine, and I encourage you to pick up a copy or a subscription at our online store anytime after February 8th.
A short story of mine titled This is Where the Sun is Now will be published in the February issue of Pithead Chapel. Maybe check it out in a couple weeks?
Pithead Chapel is an online literary journal that can be accessed for free at their website, http://pitheadchapel.com/
I’ll provide updates when the issue is actually released.
We here at filling Station have just launched our annual Holiday Sale! All through the month of December, get 3-Issue Subscriptions for just $15 and 6-Issue Subscriptions for just $25. Also, with the purchase of your own subscription, you get the option of purchasing up to 5 Gift Subscriptions for $10 each - perfect for the literature lovers on your list. Check it out at: http://fillingstation.ca/subscribe
The new issue of filling Station is out now! Issue 54 is jam-packed full of experimental poetry, fiction, nonfiction and art by the likes of Nathaniel G. Moore, Eric Zboya, derek beaulieu, Elodie Olson-Coons, Rod-Moody Corbett, and Lisa Brawn.
So why not order a copy online at: http://fillingstation.myshopify.com/
or maybe pick up a 3-issue subscription for $20 or 6-issues for $36?
I’ll love you forever!
My friend, the very talented Emily Gill, has a story published in this anthology from Carve Magazine. You should purchase the anthology or read her story online because she is an amazing writer and all of her stories are beautiful!
This is my first empty week after finishing the last creative writing workshop class of my undergrad. Subsequently, I’ve been thinking a lot about the function of critique in the process of writing creatively, and the value of a workshop environment. As with most things these days, I am of two minds about this topic.