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Wednesday, December 27, 2006

The Hippocorn Lives As Well

A few weeks after Relief Journal launched, the Ankeny Briefcase offers its debut issue. It's a thick little publication with quite a number of stories in it, so I'm excited to see what folks out there are doing with short fiction.

Mark Bertrand, always worth reading, has a story ("Strings") in the journal. A woman named Faydra Stratton who I've been fortunate enough to read placed a story. And somehow I bamboozled the editors into picking up a work of mine called "Copyright." It's a romance set amid the world of copyright law. And there's robot ducks, too. C'mon, you know you can't turn that down.

The good people of Relief and Ankeny would greatly appreciate any support you could lend them, whether by mentioning them and passing on links to their site, submitting your work, or especially by purchasing an issue or subscription.

Pledge drive over, back to our regularly scheduled programming.