Spindle: New Content for April

Things were looking dicey for April — I’m still almost a week behind on NaPoWriMo, not to mention the craziness of the real world — but I managed to post some new content before the calendar turned, with great poetry from Erica Miriam Fabri and micro-fiction from James Bezerra and Dominic Preziosi. Check them out … Continue reading Spindle: New Content for April

Submissions: Know Your Market… and Medium

The most basic advice usually given to writers looking to submit their work to magazines or literary journals is to know the market, aka read the guidelines and pick up a few issues before wasting your time and the editors’ by sending something that’s totally inappropriate for a publication. With the increasing popularity of online-only … Continue reading Submissions: Know Your Market… and Medium

The Return of Spindle (and a call for help)

When it comes to Spindle, I often refer to “we” but the reality is that it’s 99.5% me; I’m a control freak and have no shame admitting it. Of course, that has a rather extreme down side to it, too. I have a couple of poetry editors who are more like consultants whom I run … Continue reading The Return of Spindle (and a call for help)

Spindle Update: Scheduling Delays

If you’re one of Spindle‘s obsessive readers who’s figured out our update schedule and checks in every second Tuesday for new content, you’ve probably noticed our schedule has been slipping a bit the past couple of months.  Thankfully, it’s not for lack of content, as the submissions continue to come in at a steady pace … Continue reading Spindle Update: Scheduling Delays