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Just a few quick announcements today: My submissions are starting to pay off. This week I was accepted into the Trickster’s Treats III Halloween charity magazine. The theme was the seven deadly sins. I chose the “lust” category and wrote … Continue reading
We had an unprecedented 20 lines submitted for this exquisite corpse. If it continues to grow like this I will have a corpse army. Move over Walking Dead! As much as I’d like to whip the veil off this new … Continue reading
Hay(na)ku? When I first heard of this relatively new poetry form I had to try it. Poet Eileen Tabios is credited as the creator in 2003. Hay(na)ku is a 3-line poem with one word in the first line, two words in … Continue reading
Remember our exquisite corpse from last month? You can find him at Exquisite Corpse | Space and Time Magazine. I’m getting ready to put together August’s corpse and we have room for a few more lines. The theme is revolution, so I look … Continue reading
If you stop by the North Independence Branch of the Mid-Continent Public Library you can enjoy a display of Space and Time magazine history. The library has graciously allowed us the use of an entire display case in the entrance to … Continue reading
Last month I promised I to post my writing productivity on the last Monday of the month. I invite anyone who is looking for some accountability to share their own progress in the comments. Doing this has been a big … Continue reading
Throw back Thursday (#TBT) is turning out to be good for R.A. Smith and me. We’re discovering so many surprises in these vintage back issues. This week’s bombshell? Gene Simmons (a.k.a. Gene Klein) did some illustrations for early Space and … Continue reading
I hold in my hands an original copy of Space and Time magazine #3, circa 1968. No, you can’t have it (…but you can buy the digital back issue here). This is literary history. The creation of a young Gordon … Continue reading
As I write this, emails are going out for the fiction selections (and rejections) for issue #134. This has been a tough reading period. We had around 500 submissions between poetry and fiction. All of them were good. We wanted … Continue reading