In case you missed it, we released our Spring 2015 issue last week. Check it out here. It’s a shorter one, but we think it’s all the better for it. We loved reading all the cabaret-inspired submissions! Along with the issue, … Continue reading
Somewhere, there is a cosmic teapot about to start whistling, because TM and I have had some things brewing for quite a while.
First, I just moved Chicago! Woo! It’s very exciting. It’s my first time living in a large city, and so far I love it. I can’t wait to delve into the literary scene here (for now, I’m helping my confused cats adjust and trying to keep my head above the snow). I know a couple of our past contributors live here in the Windy City, so I’m sure Chicago is just bursting with opportunity for NEAT.
Plus, with my move, we have completed a Bermuda Triangle of sorts with our editors. All of us started out in Oxford, Ohio, and now we have one in Cincinnati (TM), one in Chicago (me), and one in Pittsburgh (Alex). This neat-angle will serve a fun purpose later this year, methinks.
Second, and more importantly, TM is now a Master of Poetry! Yay! Everyone should comment and congratulate her on all of her hard work. Getting a master’s degree is no joke, and TM actually got two degrees at once, practically two years before most people. In other words, she’s awesome.
That’s about all for me, for now. The deadline for our Winter 2014-2015 issue is looming (February 13), so be sure to get us your DIRGES before the window closes!
Back to cat-cuddling!
Happy Halloween, readers and writers! We hope you’re #neatingout as hard as we are on this spooky, gloomy day in the Midwest. Today is an appropriate day to remind you that we are seeking submissions for our Fall 2014 issue (Issue … Continue reading
With a fabulous first issue under our belts, NEAT. is growing and changing almost every day. The ending of the learning process of our first issue has led to the beginning of a new reading period and with that new phase under way, we have a new theme for the Fall 2013 issue: endings, or even endings that come from beginnings. Autumn, especially literarily, is a season of transitions. Every ending starts a new beginning and every new beginning comes to an end–whichever the case may be, whatever the genre may be, we want to read about it. See our Call for Submissions for more info.
Keep it classy, keep it neat.