Just heard my story "Project" will be in the forthcoming print issue of Annalemma's Creation issue. Really happy about this.
A little about the issue:
"we’re looking for mainly nonfiction for this issue. Something we are very interested in reading about: people making things. I love watching it, I love learning the process. Doesn’t matter what it is, motorbikes to Motorola’s, compost to complex algorithms, if you can explain how something is made in an interesting way then you’ve got my attention. If you can weave it into a narrative, even better. If you can weave it into context that defines who we are as human beings and where we’re headed as a species then you’ve probably got an award winning piece of writing on your hands. There will be a one or two slots open for fiction submissions so competition will be very tight." (My emphasis.)
The magazine is having a subscription drive. You might like to get it, or get one or two for gifts. Here's another reason why:
“In just a few issues, Annalemma has established itself at the forefront of both progressive literature and innovation in print and web design. Few magazines ever combine textual and visual content of this caliber in a single issue, and even fewer are as dissatisfied to rest on their past successes. As striking to look at it as it is to read, Annalemma is among the most exciting literary journals I read, and I fully expect it to continue to find new ways to surprise and delight its readers.”
- Matt Bell, author of How They Were Found (Keyhole).
Her Royal Majesty Issue Ten -- "Landscape" arrived in the mail today, with my story "A Morning on the Beach." What a gorgeous journal. Bonuses: 1) a graffiti stencil from Mia Funk and 2) Funk watercolor. Another bonus, side-by-side French and English versions for those of us who don't know French.
Love seeing your work in a beautiful publication? Her Royal Majesty is for you.