Hello fellow writers of the weird! I have an announcement!
I've decided to start a newsletter for other writers of weird things! Starting October 1st 2016, I'll be sending out a monthly circular full of all kinds of things weird writers like, including but not limited to: Places to submit your bizarre-ass writings, delineated by paid/unpaid markets and with helpful tips for submitting, weird images and inspirations, outlandish writing-related news from the web, kooky prompts, revising tips, and updates from your host, moi.
Most of you know me, but if you don't, I write weird things. I'm interested in intersectional works and crossovers, so I'll cover speculative markets but also literary fiction and poetry too. I'm fascinated by weird images and news, so that might make it in the circular. Who knows, maybe I'll throw in one of my own poems too?
I know you can barely stand the anticipation, so scroll down to sign up!
And oh yes, I promise not to give away your email or use it for strange things like self-flagellation. Come on, I'm weird, but I'm not that weird. You're agreeing to receive one email a month and that's it! No freebies! (Ha. It's totally free.)
Join the Circle of Weird
I offer a monthly circular filled with the following goodies: 1. A list of cool places to submit your weird work 2. Outlandish writing-related news from the web 3. Fun updates from me, your corporeal host. To sign up, click the button below:
Holly Lyn Walrath is a freelance editor and author of poetry, flash fiction, and short fiction. Find her on Twitter @HollyLynWalrath
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