Friday, September 18, 2009

Inch Magazine, Where Good Writing Come in Tiny Packages

Today in St. Peters, MO: Mostly sunny, high 80 degrees. A good day for a walk.

After yesterday's informative, entertaining, and lenghty interview with North Carolina humor writer Celia Rivenbark and all the comments and questions left by visitors, I wanted to have a brief post. So, how about an announcement for a market located in North Carolina that focuses on tiny submissions?

I read about Inch Magazine in Pam Casto's Flash Fiction Newsletter and visited the magazine's website. Inch Magazine/Bull City Press is " a quarterly magazine devoted to tiny poems and tiny fiction. We believe that good things come in small packages, so we focus our eight pages on poems of one to nine lines, or fiction of 750 words or less."

The editors prefer electronic submissions and pay in three contributor copies. Note: they will not be accepting poetry submissions between October 15, 2009 and January 15, 2010. Visit their website for more details.


  1. Another very interesting post, Donna! Thanks so much!

  2. Oh, this sounds like a challenging and delightful market! I want to check it out. Thanks for the tip or I would never have known!

  3. Hey Ladies,
    Glad to be of service. If you get anything published with them, please let me know and I'll give y'all a shout-out on my blog!


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