One of the biggest responses we've been getting since launching The ALP is "I love your lit mag! Where can I buy it?" So, we're very excited to announce that thanks to the opportunities offered by our recent grant, you can now buy antilang.—both in print and as a downloadable PDF—right here on our website! We're… Continue reading For Sale: Good. Short. Writing!
Exciting news for our readers: we've upgraded our software and you can now read all issues of antilang. on any device via Issuu! Check out no. 3's new look below, or revisit no. 2 and no. 1 on their new pages. http://issuu.com/antilangmag/docs/antilang._no._3?e=37031904/67874651
Our primary goal with Patreon is to pay our contributing artists, both former and future, allowing us to support and promote emerging talent and put them into dialogue with established writers. As promised in our "The Acrobatics of Bureaucracy" entry, we are now shamelessly asking for any donations on Patreon. We know many of our contributors… Continue reading Now Accepting Donations!
Good. Short. Writing. Welcome to The Anti-Languorous Project, home of antilang., a magazine of literary brevity. We’re really excited to be here (and we hope you are too)! On this blog (as in the magazine) we celebrate a three-word philosophy. Good. Short. Writing. That’s it. We will be posting brief ‘get-to-know’ our editors (Allie and Jordan)… Continue reading Hello!
Hi Friends! Are you not quite sure if you're writing 'counts' as speculative? Well, with just a few days left until our submissions close, our editors have compiled a helpful checklist of dos and don'ts when it comes to spec writing. Back when we first opened for submissions our Guest Editors Jaclyn and Simon each… Continue reading On Writing Spec: A Checklist
Hello, and welcome to our final get-to-know our editor's work! In theme with our upcoming spec. issue of antilang. we are featuring Allie's short story "Aesthetician," published by The Fieldstone Review. This story takes place in a world where people remove excess memories by storing them inside other humans (who are essentially comatose and have… Continue reading Get to Know the Editors: Allie McFarland’s “Aesthetician”
On the edge of SpecFic, somewhere between historiographic metafiction and realist fabulism (because we all need more ridiculous sub-genre names), is Jordan's short story "Leaving Ajawan," which mythologizes the final days of Archibald "Grey Owl" Belaney's life in an attempt to dispel the persona the 'pilgrim' put on. Follow the link by clicking the image… Continue reading Get to Know the Editors: Jordan Bolay’s “Leaving Ajawan”
ALP co-founding editor Allie McFarland recently discussed antilang., soundbite, and our new grant on Lit Happens with host and soundbite contributor Danica Lorer. Watch the interview below and then give Danica's short story another listen!
As we introduce you to work from our guest editors, we also want to remind you of our amazing Art Director, Lissa McFarland, who is currently looking for cover art submissions for our Succinct Speculations issue (so please reach out to her on Instagram @antilangmag if you have some art / know anyone who does).… Continue reading Get to Know the Team: Art Director Lissa McFarland’s “04.26.17”
Check out Jaclyn Morken's fantastical flash fic called "Nowhere" from our inaugural issue. Jaclyn now volunteers as one of the guest editors for our forthcoming issue of antilang. -- Succinct Speculations. https://issuu.com/antilangmag/docs/antilang_no._1_web_final/84
It has been said that inside every cynic is a disappointed idealist: Pt. 1: Apocalypse When I was a boy, my blue eyes were bright. When I opened them, behind frightened irides refractions lied. On one side of the screen, I sit comfy on the couch, eating a bowl of Napoleon ice-cream. I like vanilla… Continue reading Jan/Feb Flash Contest Winner: Taylor Skaalrud’s “Behind Blue Eyes”
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