Polluto: The Anti-Pop Culture Journal.. (acceptance)

My most recent acceptance comes to a quarterly journal which features some big names: we’re talking Jeff Vandermeer, Michael Moorcock, Steve Redwood, Rhys Hughes, Vince Locke (former illustrator for The Sandman), Patti Plinko, Justina Robson, R.C. Edrington, Dave Migman, Deb Hoag, Paparazzi Whore, Mike Philbin, Chet Gottfried, John Lee Michael, and MORE.  Edited by Adam Lowe and Helen Lyttle.

‘POLLUTO: THE ANTI-POP CULTURE JOURNAL’

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Polluto is a quarterly themed Literary Journal which pushes the boundaries of normal everyday fiction.  They’re dedicated to publishing edgy, dark, hip (or anti-hip), queer, extreme or surreal fiction within several genres.  Poetry and columns, too.

I’ll be in their 4th Issue, late 2008-early 2009. THEME: “Queer and Loathing in Wonderland”.  They are also available in limited edition signed hardbacks, and they’re available throughout the UK.

Other New Entries: “Magazine Credits”

Sounds of the Night, Feb. 2008… (Now Available!)

My latest print appearance comes to Sounds of the Night, Issue #2.  This new magazine, published semi-annually by Sam’s Dot, features a wonderful array of mild erotic poetry and sensual or romantic short stories within the genres of science fiction, fantasy, and horror.  Imagine the sexy, steamy love story meets the interplanetary explorer’s tale — or better yet, a werewolf encounter full of romanticisms, and you get my story. 

Sounds of the Night; February 2008

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Sounds of the Night is available at… THE GENRE MALL

Featuring Fiction & Poetry by: Sarah Kelderman, Domyelle Rhyse, L.A. Story Houry, Lawrence R. Dagstine, Tim Ahrens & Neil Riebe, Cathy Buburuz, Edward M. Turner, RH Fay, Marge Simon, Tyree Campbell, Kimberly Ann Creighton, Toni V. Sweeney, Jennifer Crow, Lee Clarke Zumpe, Aurelio Rico Lopez III, Rena Sherwood, Todd Hanks, and with a review of Ken Goldman’s new book…

Other New Entries: “Magazine Credits”