Tag: short fiction

My Latest Story (Not for Children)

My latest short story, “Mr. Boots,” has just come out in the Summer 2017 issue of The Fiddlehead. (Yes, that’s me peeking inside the magazine at left, and yes, I could use some eye drops and a mascara wand. What can I say? I’ve… Continue Reading “My Latest Story (Not for Children)”

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 (A-E)

I wrote short stories in my youth and published a dozen in Canadian literary journals–long defunct ones like Writ and Quarry, and still-going-strong ones like The Windsor Review and The New Quarterly (it really was a new quarterly back then). Though I’ve kept up… Continue Reading “Canadian Literary Short Fiction Markets (A-E)”

Friday Fable: The Writer and the Word Limit

You may have heard the old story, The Crow and the Pitcher: A crow was nearly dead of thirst when he spied a pitcher of water on a picnic table just beside the dried-up river bed. He flew over and tried to take a sip… Continue Reading “Friday Fable: The Writer and the Word Limit”

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