Tag: literary journals

Short Stories

I’m thrilled to have a short story in the latest issue of The Dalhousie Review — my first one in its pages. The magazine was founded in 1921 and is still in print after 100 years. Amazing. My story, “Down the Drain,” is about… Continue Reading “Short Stories”

Writing Spaces

My tiny home office was featured in this week’s “Writing Spaces,” a regular blog post from The New Quarterly. This is a fabulous weekly feature from TNQ that offers a peek into the working spaces of each issue’s writers, along with inspiring anecdotes and… Continue Reading “Writing Spaces”

Canadian Literary Short Fiction Markets N-Q

Continuing on the last couple of posts, here are another 10 excellent Canadian literary journals that short story writers can submit to. The Nashwaak Review (Fredericton, New Brunswick) Publishes original work from new and established writers and artists from across Canada, with an Atlantic… Continue Reading “Canadian Literary Short Fiction Markets N-Q”

Canadian Literary Short Fiction Markets (F-M)

Continuing on last week’s blog, here are another 10+ excellent Canadian literary journals that short story writers can submit to. The Feathertale Revew (Ottawa, Ontario) A humour magazine that publishes hip literary and entertaining work from Canadian writers. 2 issues/year (print and online). Since… Continue Reading “Canadian Literary Short Fiction Markets (F-M)”

Friday Fable: The Novelist and the Literary Journal that Paid $30

You may know the old story, “The Angler and the Little Fish:” An angler spent all morning┬ácasting and reeling in the hot sun, dreaming about the bucketload of trout and walleye┬áhe might catch, how delicious they’d taste fried in butter, how his wife would… Continue Reading “Friday Fable: The Novelist and the Literary Journal that Paid $30”

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