Saturday, May 3, 2008


Fiction International gives you a project to start for summer, as the submission window doesn't open until September. Check it out. I like the term, "indeterminate prose."

FOR AN ISSUE on the “The Artist in Wartime,” Fiction International will read fiction, nonfiction, and indeterminate prose between September 1 and December 15. Submit hardcopy texts or visuals (with SASE) to Harold Jaffe, Editor, Fiction International, Dept. of English, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA 92182-6020. Queries:

For their website, click here.

Fiction International describes itself this way: "Fiction International is the only literary journal in the United States emphasizing formal innovation and progressive politics."

Then there's The Tonopah Review, an online journal that is worth noticing. I've been fond of Tonopah ever since the 80s when I spent some time in and out of its jail, a decent enough place with weak coffee and limited television reception, beautiful high desert and nearby nuclear testing. Rumors of flying saucers too.

THE TONOPAH Review, a quarterly online literary journal, seeks submissions of short stories, flash fiction, and poetry. Submissions should be sent as text in the body of an e-mail with contact information to For guidelines, please visit us at

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