Soundzine Issue 13 (LUCK!) has just hit the streets!
Over 40 authors and 30 artists (mostly from Deviant Art!) in this issue.
This issue is HUGE!
-Soundzine Editorial Team
Official Release of Soundzine Issue FiveOfficial SOUNDZINE Issue 5 launch!Official Release of Soundzine Issue Five by Soundzine
That's right, Soundzine returns after a much-needed hiatus. We've scrubbed the floors, bleached the carpets, and straightened the furniture from the blast that was issue 4 and we're ready to roll again. Not that we'll have much of a rest, as issue 5 promises to be just as explosive! Read on for more details about the best thing in aural entertainment since the transistor radio. Lend us your ears, we promise we'll get them back by midnight.
PRESENTING: SOUNDZINE ISSUE 5
For those not in the know, Soundzine is an online magazine produced by members of the deviantART community that features poetry, prose, music, and plays being read aloud. We believe that stories should be heard, as well as seen! After all, there's nothing
Soundzine Issue 5: We Want Your Goodies Soundzine 5 is now accepting submissions! </b>Soundzine Issue 5: We Want Your Goodies by Soundzine
After the tremendous success of #4, were looking forward to yet another issue packed with local and offsite talent. So, get those submissions polished up and sounding hot, and send 'em in!
Be sure to check out our submission guidelines here.
We do prefer authors to record for themselves, but are happy to provide in-house readers when this is not possible.
Flash fiction should be less than 1000 words, and can be on any theme.
Please keep in mind that Soundzine will not be producing submissions to the Beat feature.
The Soundzine Editorial Team:
:iconAdeimantus: -- Editor-In-Chief.
:iconsalshep: -- General & Art Editor.
:iconapocathary: -- Prose Editor.
:iconsrsmith: -- Technical Uberbeing.
....and for this issue, please welcome the
The Lit "Wall of Fame"Hi all,The Lit "Wall of Fame" by salshep
secondmagpie and I have been discussing the idea for a Lit "Wall of Fame" over on the forums, in which to proudly display our current publication achievements.
She thought this was a good idea, and so:
If you have work that's been published (not just accepted for publication), on or since Jan 1, 2008
send a note to secondmagpie with links to:
-- the deviation
-- the MONTH and YEAR of publication
-- a name and a website for the publication.
Please include "Wall of Fame" in the subject title of the note.
** Remember, only send your links in once the piece is actually published. This is to avoid double-listing, and also because a lot of people have to put devs in storage until after publication date, so there wouldn't be a lot of point in asking for links prior to that.
Here's a chance to inspire your fellow writers, and let others know of your achievements so we can give you a cheer!