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 4/15/14):

New April Stories Up Now: This week we feature new fiction from Lisa C. Taylor and Greg Letellier. Head to the Current Stories page to read our latest. Next week we will add our final April stories and open the Story of the Month voting.

Bartleby Snopes Literary Magazine Issue 11Issue 11 Now Available: The 11th Issue of our semi-annual magazine is now available in e-book and print. This fantastic issue features stories and artwork from over 30 contributors, including the finalists from the 5th Annual Dialogue Contest. Grab your copy by visiting the Magazine page. Be sure to check out our past issues while you're there.

New Flash Novel Coming Soon: We are excited to announce that Al Bray's The Puppet's Tattered Clothes will be released on July 15th. 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.

March Story of the Month Results: Congratulations to first-time contributor Andrew Bockhold for taking home the March Story of the Month honors with his innovative story Sorting. Head to the Story of the Month page for more details about the contest.

New Editors Announced: We are thrilled to introduce three new staff members to our team. Catherine Carberry, Samuel Nichols, and Stephanie Jarek stood out in a very impressive pool of candidates. Read more about our new editors.

Dialogue Contest Finalists Now Published: We have announced our Dialogue Contest winners. Our grand prize this year goes to "Night Orderly" by Ronald Friedman. Look for our winners in the 11th Issue of our print magazine available now.


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