THE LOGOS FICTION CIRCULAR is a weekly series which collects independent fiction from around the web so as to treat their works to a wider audience. Recommendations for new author/publisher inclusions are welcome.
§00. Editor’s note: Links affixed to author/publisher’s name (if any) will redirect to author/publisher social media; links affixed to story/article titles will redirect to a relevant site whereupon the named piece is archived. The ‘authors’ section focuses exclusively on individuals who author and publish their own literary work; the ‘organizations’ section focuses exclusively on independent presses (lit-mags, e-zines and other literary outlets comprised of more than one person) who publish fictive work of (at least) more than one author. Lastly, the ‘literary ephemera’ section focuses on non-fiction work, including (but not limited to) certain poems, such as news articles, reviews, interviews and critiques. All author/publication names arranged by alphabetical order (including ‘the’ and ‘a’).
§01. Editor’s note on criteria for inclusion: A publication is considered ‘independent’ if it does not rely upon the staff, organizational prowess, or financial backing, of one or more large corporation, academy, government or other large organization. For example, Sink Hollow Litmag will never be included in the circular, not due to the quality, or lack thereof, of their work, but rather, because they are supported by Utah State University (and thus, are not independent). All works which are included are those which were read by the editor during the week of publication; their inclusion does not mean that they were published the same week as the circular containing them.
From Avani Singh (of Blogggedit), a announcement pertaining to the release of paperbacks for her most recent book, Existence.
From Jan’s MicroStories, some prose sketches.
From Karine Writes, Experiment 228.
From Nin Chronicles (Jaya Avendel), Cursed.
From Søren Gehlert, Dark Shiny.
From Steve Hart, Act 192: If the medicine is with him… (a installment in his serialized novel, The Promise of Shaconage).
From The Dark Netizen, Fell and Brave & Free.
From 101 Words, The Prodigal Son.
From Channillo, The Art of Falling (#1, Thirteen Moons Series).
From Fictive Dream, The Bicycle Orchestra by Helen Chambers.
From Gold Wake Press, their Summer issue for 2019 (featuring Peter Clarke).
From Literally Stories, Stripped by Hugh Cron.
From Spelk, Sixth Period by Andrea Rinard.
From The Drabble, A Fire In A Downpour by J. David Thayer.
From The Fiction Pool, A Morning To Remember by Babak Norouzi.
From The Red Fez, Something True You Never Told Me by Scott Parson.
LITERARY EPHEMERA (non-ficiton)
From Caliath, the poem (Memnos II)—A Silence In Which No One Sings.
From New Pop Lit, a new entry in their all-time American writers tournament, Most Charismatic #12: Allen Ginsberg.
From Public Books, Authorship After AI.
From The Booky Man (David A. Estringel), seven new haikus published at Cajun Mutt Press.
From Writer’s HQ, Why Litmags Matter (And Why Writers Need To Read Them).