Is Your Work Ready for Submission? by Ray Daley

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Ray Daley, author of “Detecting Rogue Time Travellers (Practical Exam),” featured in our upcoming anthology ON TIME.   By the time you reach the stage where you are mentally ready & confident enough to start submitting your work to markets, there are a few things you need to have done…

IN THE AIR Story Inspirations by Daniel M. Kimmel

After a long career writing non-fiction, journalism, and film criticism (the latter of which I still do), I started to have some luck writing fiction.  One of the mysteries that continues to fascinate me is the spark that inspires the creation of a resulting story.  It can be all sorts of things. In the case…

Announcing Our New Air-Themed Call for Submissions

AIR surrounds us. Invisible but everywhere, AIR can be gentle and playful spirit, or an aggressive and destructive force. Winds lift and move water, driving the storms and waves that irrigate crops and shape shorelines. The breeze can transport seeds, fertilizing the earth and spreading life in its wake. AIR feeds fire, gives life to…

Tim Jeffreys, a Featured Interview

If you haven’t heard of our new project, the On Fire anthology, this interview series will showcase our authors lives beyond their ignited tales. In Tim Jeffreys‘s “Combustible,” a young dad with a special power confronts his rockstar older brother. What is the first book or story that made you cry? I don’t know that I’ve ever been…

On Fire and Editors by Daniel M. Kimmel

Enjoy an exclusive guest post from Daniel M. Kimmel, author of “The Burning of Atlanta,” which will be featured in the upcoming anthology ON FIRE set for release on 12.01.17.   There are good editors and bad editors.  Before we get to what a good editor can do, let me give you a couple of…