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PostPosted: Wed May 07, 2008 11:06 am 
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I just thought this may be of interest, even though it is a literary magazine, I do know that thge editor, Andrew Oldham is an SF nut - he took a workshop in my town a few years ago and he raved about Interzone and a number of UK writers as being the finest SF in magazine in the UK. So, I guess he would be open to reading SF and placing SF in a literary framework.

It's worth a try!

Red Ink - POETRY AND FICTION

1. Red Ink Reading Period - CALLING ALL POETS AND FICTION WRITERS

The next reading period for Red Ink (ISSN 1751-1496) opens in 3 weeks on the 1st June 2008. This will be our 3rd year of publication(s) and each year the competition to be one of the 16 poets or 2 of the fiction writers we publish increases.

This is the last year that Peter Lewin will be the Poetry Editor, and we'd like to thank Peter for all the hard work he has done. In 2009, there will be a new Poetry Editor. News of this will be released at the end of the summer.

Red Ink (ISSN 1751-1496) is the only PDF publication in the UK to print stories of any length (from macro tale to novella). It publishes series of poems by poets (up to 8 poets in each issue) to allow subscribers to get a real taste of the poets work. Red Ink is published twice a year, Summer and Winter and will only accept hardcopy submissions between the 1st June and 31st August each year.

For Guidelines visit: http://www.incwriters.co.uk/magazines.htm

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Thanks Gonzo
PS did you get to Alt Fiction?


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No unfortunately, I was ready to go, all my questions in a book for publishers and writers and then one of my kids threw up and I had no choice but to stay home and keep care of them. Such is the downfall of parenthood when it comes up against SF conventions. They are too old for the creche now and too sarcastic for SF.

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Gonzothegreat wrote:
... too sarcastic for SF.


One assumes you've never seen Charlie Stross on a panel, then? ;)

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PostPosted: Wed May 07, 2008 1:42 pm 
Does he out-do Blackadder?


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Does he out-do Blackadder?


Nah. But he tries :)

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