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( Apr. 13th, 2011 05:19 pm)


Another Kindle store ebook. The Epic Love Story of Doug and Stephen. It’s 99 cents but if you want a Word doc of it for free just let me know. If you could recommend it, review it, spread the link, I'd appreciate it.
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( Apr. 13th, 2011 04:10 pm)


I have an ebook in the Kindle store. Just in time for Passover, a bastardization of Passover! The Blood of the Lamb. It’s 99 cents but if you want a Word doc of it for free just let me know. And yes, that is me almost naked eleven years ago on the cover. If you could recommend it, review it, spread the link, I'd appreciate it.
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( Sep. 8th, 2009 11:39 am)
I have a short story, "The Smusher", in the September issue of the print literary magazine Delivered. Their motto is Delivered: The Home of Good Fiction. Tragically it is not the home of good web design, the home of grammatically correct sentences, or the home of getting Valerie's name right, but whatever.
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( Jun. 18th, 2009 12:30 pm)
A short story I wrote, Salvation, has been published by Weave Magazine in Issue 2. (They don't put it online, sorry.) All my original fiction is here.
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valerie_z: (Yankees Melky smile)
( Nov. 2nd, 2008 07:17 pm)
A short story I wrote, Giambi, has been published online by Slow Trains Literary Journal.

I'm really proud of this story. Please read it. All my original fiction is here.
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( Oct. 12th, 2008 07:10 pm)
A story I wrote, The Last Stall on the Left has been published online by 34th Parallel.

IT IS VERY NICE AND KIND OF GAY. GO READ IT!

All of my original fiction is here.
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( Mar. 19th, 2008 05:41 am)
As a follow-up to this post about publishing in literary magazines, you can check out my del.icio.us tag if you're looking for places to submit. I've noted which are print, which are online, which have rejected me repeatedly, etc., so it may give you an idea of which one's best for your needs.
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( Mar. 18th, 2008 06:47 am)
I know I do this all the time, sorry. But if anyone could recommend a literary magazine I could submit to, I'd really appreciate it.

I've been published by:
http://darkskymagazine.com
http://www.snreview.org
http://web.goddard.edu/pitkin
http://www.freshboiledpeanuts.com

Anyone else who's writing, Pitkin is for students only, but the rest are good places to submit your stuff.

I've been repeatedly rejected by:
McSweeney's
One Story
Strange Horizons
Frigg

So I'm aware of those already (and still submitting, because I'm a writer, and therefore masochistic/insane).

I have one story in a Torquere Press anthology, which I'm very happy about, but I want to focus on printed magazines and free online magazines over e-books.

Any suggestions would be very much appreciated. I have a huge list but it's hard to know which publications are the best, and I'm afraid I'm going to start submitting to like, Mr. Smith's Website of Farm Animals and Short Stories.
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valerie_z: (Fiona ammunition's cheap)
( Nov. 12th, 2007 10:12 pm)
I have a short story at Dark Sky Magazine called A Pack of Cigarettes if anyone wants to read it.

All my published-online original fiction is here.
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valerie_z: (Elitist intellectual liberal witch)
( May. 14th, 2007 07:08 pm)
An original short (very short) story I wrote, Arugula Salad, was published in my school's literary magazine, The Pitkin Review.

The rest of the stuff I've had published (all two of them) are here.

Thanks if you read it.
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( Dec. 26th, 2006 10:58 pm)
Thanks to the fabulous [livejournal.com profile] stakebait, I have a story published in her Torquere Press anthology Alleys & Doorways. My story is called "The Steel Anniversary".

In late January I'll have another story in my school's magazine, The Pitkin Review. Here's my story from the current issue.
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