Areas include: Adventure; Crime; Drama; Entertainment; Fantasy; Gothic; Horror; Humour; Literature; Mystery; Romance; Sci-Fi; Short Stories; Suspense; Thrillers; Westerns
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Additional informationNote: Not accepting submissions as at November 2016. Check website for current status.
In 2010 a study from Central Connecticut State University found that the Washington DC area was the most well-read urban city in the United States. But Washington, DC did not have a professional literary magazine in the city representing its stake in contemporary American literature.
This magazine was founded as an electronic and print publication based in Washington, DC committed to publishing the best in literary and genre fiction. Work featured here will push literary limitations and take a new look at antiquated perspectives.
Authors will find a home here from all around the world, and in turn find themselves burrowing a place into the hearts of the readership in the United States, and specifically the DC metropolitan area.
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