Spindle: New Content for April

Spindle Magazine: A New York State of Mind
Spindle Magazine: A New York State of Mind

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 at: http://spindlezine.com

Also, be sure to poke through the archives and revisit some great features like “Love, New York Style” and an interview with WORDS IN YOUR FACE author, Cristin O’Keefe Aptowicz.


You do know Spindle has a spanking new Facebook Page now, right?

Next month, I’m hoping to get our columnists back up and running again, as well as to start catching up on the growing backlog of 2009 submissions. (I’m finally completely caught up on everything Spindle-related from 2008, except for the columns.) I’m also going to have a great special feature that came out of the Acentos Writers Workshop I facilitated this past Sunday.
I’m also putting the advance word out now for Notable New Yorker submissions. Check out what I’ve done in the past, and hit me with a query that feels right.

Finally, Spindle is now on Twitter (@spindlezine) but it’s mainly as a placeholder and RSS feed for now. If you’re tweeting, go ahead and follow us as I’m thinking of adding some Twittetry to our mix; if you’re brave enough to tackle the 120-character limit (optimized for retweetability) hit me with your best shot(s).

Thanks for reading and Happy National Poetry Month!

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