sent us these: Poetry Postcards
<-- currently taking short poetry submissions directly on their page. Fun!
Both are pretty cool - check'em out
has sent us a great big list that I'm going to incorporate into our master list... but just so nobody misses such a big update:
Actually, first-off, three mags run or edited by dA folk: Asymptote
's poetry editor is former lit GM lovetodeviate
is their new intern; Hunger Mountain
as assistant editor of YA/Children's lit; Notes To The Future
is me, now with added neurotype
Hunger MountainArcWag's Revue
Non-Paying Mags:Diner JournalRabbit Catastrophe ReviewBurningwordArtichoke HaircutArsenic LobsterHart House ReviewContemporary Verse 2Willow SpringsGeistAdroitBayou MagazineA River and Sound ReviewPaper NautilusSheepshead ReviewPrime MincerThe Newer YorkNY____
Relatively-Prestigious Mags:32 PoemsPankParis ReviewNew YorkerPoetry MagazineHayden's Ferry ReviewPloughsharesSalamander
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In a world of super heroes and villains, having superpowers doesn’t necessarily make you a hero or villain. Sometimes you might save a damsel-in-distress on a whim. Other times you might rob a drug dealer blind and fleece an unsuspecting mark for cash. In my case, I’m simply out for revenge against Doctor Andros, a death dealer to villains everywhere, after escaping being experimented on for three years and developing powers of my own.
But I’m not alone. Several others gained abilities of their own and working alongside a team, we have to try and collect the rest of our allies before Andros gets his hands on them first. And we have to do it all without drawing the eyes of the Hero Coalition or other villains who’d love to find out just what makes us special.
This exciting action-adventure novella is over [27,700 words] and serves as the first entry into the Chasing Andros series.
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