Bartleby Snopes (ISSN 1945-2519)
A Literary Magazine
Welcome to Bartleby Snopes, a literary magazine devoted to publishing the finest fiction on the web. 

What's New (site last updated on 7/21/14):

New July Stories Available Now: We continue this month with new fiction from Julie C. Day and Brett Biebel. Head to the Current Stories page to read our latest. Next week we will add our final July stories and open the Story of the Month voting.

June Story of the Month Results: Congratulations to first-time contributor Amanda Hart Miller for earning the June Story of the Month honors with her story Inventory. Head to the Story of the Month page to see the special artwork we created for this month's winner and for more details about the contest.

6th Annual Dialogue Contest Now Open: Our Dialogue Only Writing Contest is back and better than ever. We are starting with a minimum of $500 in prize money this year. The contest will be open from June 1st until September 15th. As always, you can submit unlimited entries. Unlike most writing contests, you don't have to wait for months and months to find out if you are a finalist. Check out our Contest page for complete information, including dialogue writing tips and past winners.

Bartleby Snopes Literary Magazine Issue 11Issue 12 Coming Soon: The 12th Issue of our semi-annual magazine will be available in e-book and print later this month. This fantastic issue will feature stories and artwork from over 25 contributors. While you're waiting, grab a copy of our previous issues by visiting the Magazine page.

New Flash Novels Coming Soon: We are excited to announce that Alan Bray's The Puppet's Tattered Clothes will be released in August, and William Burleson's Hunting in the Dark will be released in September. More details coming soon. While you are waiting, check out our first three flash novels: Matthew Ankeny's The Rink, Nancy Stohlman's The Monster Opera, and CS DeWildt's The Louisville Problem, is also out now. Get your copies of these acclaimed stories today.




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