I am the founder and co-editor of Manzano Mountain Review (MMR). We seek submissions for our first issue from all writers.
We accept flash fiction, poetry, short stories and literary nonfiction.
For poetry: Submit up to 3 pieces at a time, but no more than 10 pages.
For flash fiction: Submit up to 3 pieces at a time (totaling no more than 1,000 words)
For longer prose: 3,000 words is our max.
For Visual art/photography: Submit work in jpg form (no more than one sub every three months).
All work must be unpublished.
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I'm pleased to announce that Meridian will be publishing my short story, "See of Tiny Leaves" in their "Borders" themed Issue 39. This story is a heavily reworked version of a story that appeared in my MFA thesis. Very excited about this.
I have rekindled an old blog -- "Mountain Standard" -- over at blogspot.
It is an "Albuquerque Word Repository (Feat. Still Life, Bird-Life, Death, Dog-Bears, Voices, Landforms, Wolves, Mirages, Winds That May Exist, Winds That Don't Exist, Red Spires, Yellow Dirt, Black Flags, Truck Stops, Tacos, Dust)".
I plan to upload writing excerpts and musings on a semi-regular basis. It is a dusty plan with obscure motive, which is more than could be said of my other blog attempts.
The site can be found here: CCCCCLLLIIIIICCCCKKKK
Do I post blog entries? Rarely. But I'll try to put something up every once in a while. My true blog can be found at Mountain Standard.