Fiction Circular 7/11/19

THE LOGOS FICTION CIRCULAR is a weekly series which collects independent fiction from around the web so as to treat the 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… Continue reading Fiction Circular 7/11/19

Fiction Circular 3/22/19

§00. Editor’s note: links affixed to author/publisher’s name will redirect to author/publisher social media, links affixed to story/article titles will redirect to the site whereupon the named piece is archived. The ‘authors’ section focuses on lone individuals who publish their own literary work, ‘organizations’ section focuses upon independent presses, lit-mags, e-zines and other literary organizations who… Continue reading Fiction Circular 3/22/19

Fiction Circular 9/14/18

For writing circular recommendations, drop us a line at: logosliterature@yandex.com. Editor's note: Flash/microfiction length pieces which forms part of a continuous series that goes beyond the length of a flash fiction will be included either under the SHORT STORIES or NOVELLAS & NOVELS sections, depending on the length of the series in totality; they will not… Continue reading Fiction Circular 9/14/18

Writing Prompts 9/11/18 – Dust

#1 All was as dust in the wake of the bomb. #2 "This machine is no frail contraption, fated for the scrap heap in ten years time; she'll be chugging along well after we've all turned to dust!" #3 She blew the dust from the stack of papers and smiled. The secret she'd sought for… Continue reading Writing Prompts 9/11/18 – Dust

Fiction Circular 9/11/18

Send recommendations of independent fiction authors and collectives to logosliterature@yandex.com ♦ FLASH FICTION (under 500 words) The Dark Netizen continues his project of attempting to have the highest output of microfictions of any person ever with, Border Crossing, which tells the tale of a criminal attempting a border crossing with a bag of illicit cash.… Continue reading Fiction Circular 9/11/18

Writing Prompts 9/10/18 – Energy

prompt #1 There was nothing known not made of energy. prompt #2 The terrorists hit the power grid, hoping for a revolution, receiving instead only the slow and agonizing death of starvation. prompt#3 A million gears whirred with a synchronous clattering as the ardent machinist's great, metal citywalker roared to life and rose up from the ground… Continue reading Writing Prompts 9/10/18 – Energy