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Material published:
Publishes: Essays; Fiction; Nonfiction; Poetry

Areas include: Current Affairs; Fantasy; Horror; Humour; Mystery; Politics; Science; Sci-Fi; Short Stories; Suspense; Thrillers

Markets: Adult

Preferred styles: Literary
Submissions policy:
This magazine accepts unsolicited MSS.
Year founded:
2005
Frequency:
Quarterly
Price:
$0.00 – Noneuclidean Cafe is a an online journal published quarterly.
Payment for the author?:
No

Additional information

An online journal where people and things that don't always get a chance to meet can come together; where literary and genre fiction get to sit down together; and where political thought of the Left and political thought of the Right both have a place at the table.

I accept submissions of fiction, poetry, personal essays, science writing and political commentary. I am particularly interested in literary fiction that makes use of genre, and in political writing, which crosses the normal divide between rhetoric of the Left and Right.

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