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What's New (site last updated on 11/19/14):

hunting in the dark by william burleson

New Flash Novel Available Now: We are proud to announce the official release of William Burleson's Hunting in the Dark, available now in print and e-book. You can also order copies of our other acclaimed flash novel titles by visiting our Flash Novel store.

New November Stories Up: We continue this month with new fiction from Valerie Vogrin and Linda Niehoff. Head to the Current Stories page to read our latest. Next week we will add our final November stories and open the Story of the Month voting.

October Story of the Month Results: Congratulations to first-time contributor Bertram Allan Mullin for earning the October Story of the Month honors with his story Death Pie. 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.

Bartleby Snopes Literary Magazine Issue 12

Issue 12 Available Now: The 12th Issue of our semi-annual magazine is now available in e-book and print. This fantastic issue features stories and artwork from 27 contributors. Get your copy of this issue and all our previous issues by visiting our Magazine page.

Dialogue Contest Results: After reading through over 600 dialogue stories, we have selected our five winners and sent out over $2300 in prizes. Congratulations to the following winners:

1st Place - Slurpie Safari by Sorrel Westbrook-Wilson - $1428
2nd Place - Everyone Smiles by Amy Morris-Jones - $476
3rd Place - Sorry, Was That Pronounced with a Long O or A by Daniel Thompson - $238
4th Place - Where We Go When We're Gone by Gabrielle Hovendon - $124
5th Place - Blue Frosting by Mathangi Subramanian - $114

These stories will appear in the 13th Issue of our print/PDF magazine, due out in January 2015. Head to our Contest page for more details.

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