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From Gail Murray:
Ontario Poetry Society is publishing an anthology (contest) on Pandemic Themed poetry. The submission deadline is Nov. 30, 2020.

Harry Posner‘s newest collection of spoken word poetry, Blue is Bigger Than Brown is now available at www.posnerbooks.com.

From Roger Ley:
Chris Herron at the podcast website Tall Tale TV is reading a new story  from my book Dead People on Facebook every month, he’s read about a dozen stories so far.

The AntipodeanSF Radio Show is serializing my book The Steampunk Adventures of Harry Lampeter in 10 episodes. It’s being broadcast by station 2NVR in New South Wales, Australia.

New contributor FJ Doucet has verse forthcoming in the inaugural issue of Yolk, a Montreal-based literary journal, as well as the Martin Lake Journal out of Minnesota. Finally, her science fiction story “The Fury of Mars” is due to be released in a print anthology from Candlemark & Gleam press in June, 2020.

Phyllis Humby recently launched her memoir Hazards of the TradeA boutique owner’s intimate reveal of the 80s and 90s lingerie boom (Crossfield Publishing). It’s a personal disclosure of nearly 20 years of humorous and sad reflections from the naïve start up of a small-town lingerie boutique to the ultimate farewell. Listen to her read a chapter.

The 3rd Annual Brooklin [Ontario] Poetry Society Contest is on. Contest judge this year is the incomparable poet, KV Skene. Deadline to submit is midnight (EDT) on June 30th, and the theme is “A World of Poetry.” Click the link for submission info.

Phyllis Humby, Frank T. Sikora, Michael Joll and Nancy Kay Clark are among those collaborating in the upcoming publication of a new short story anthology called Our Plan to Save the World. Read about the anthology on Phyllis’ blog.

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2 comments
  1. “Read and vote for Mitchell’s story here.” Thx NKC! I died on Deathmatch. A noble death, but still – I’m out. Kinda like Francis Macomber, it felt good to take myself out of my comfort zone and write in a different style. Also, meeting my alter-ego, “Arlo” was interesting! He may return, to speak his foul-mouthed truth. Cheers – m

  2. Looking forward to the paper edition.

    Doug Hawley (smart car)

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