My poem, "Medea's Threnody," went live yesterday in Carmina Magazine. It was originally published in Ship of Fools in 1994. I'm pleased that now it has a 'net presence too.
Carmina is a relatively new publication so if you have work related to Greek and Roman classics, do send them something to consider. You can send previously published work too.
Last week was a busy one. I had FOUR stories go live online. All were critiqued by the Fiction group - so a huge thank you to the many who kindly provided feedback and helped improve my stories.
None of the journals paid, but all were quick to reply, offered free submissions, and were very easy to work with.
1. Across the Margins published "Barberism" (a flash fiction written in response to the New Zealand Mosque shootings).
2. Panoply published "Porcupine" (a microfiction about embracing your fears - and petting a porcupine).
3. Lowestoft Chronicle published "Who Invited Mother Nature on the All-Boys Weekend?" (a short story about a glacier that gets a chance to take revenge on oil and mining executives).
4. Fictive Dream published "Dandy" (a short story about a boy & a dog, first told by my father and embellished by me).