Hello Friends! As you know, we've been busy putting together antilang. no. 4: Succinct Speculations with our guest editors Jaclyn and Simon. So far, we have sent out all our acceptances (along with suggested edits) and have finalised almost all of them! To get you as excited about this issue as we are, we thought… Continue reading antilang. no. 4 Coming Soon!
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”
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
We’ve been talking a lot about genre as we gear up to open our themed issue of antilang. – Succinct Speculations – for submissions. But what about form? “SpecFic” is a bit of a misnomer – it suggests that speculative writing is always fiction, and that’s obviously not true. Speculative writing is no alien to… Continue reading On Speculative Forms
Hey! I’m Jaclyn, I’m Saskatchewan born and raised, and I don’t plan on leaving any time soon. I have an English degree from the University of Saskatchewan and now I’m working through the end of my MFA in Writing—so, I like to read and write. I mostly inhabit the fantasy genre, but I’m trying to… Continue reading Guest Editor Reveal: Jaclyn Morken
Hi there, my name is Simon and I’m from Germany, which used to be the land of poets and thinkers and is now the country of cars and beer. I came to Canada in 2016 for my MFA in Writing at the University of Saskatchewan and decided to stay. So here I am. First off,… Continue reading Guest Editor Reveal: Simon Böhm
We don’t have time for new year, new me because we’re too busy with the new ALP! Over the course of an amazing year establishing antilang. and putting together our first three issues, we noticed contributors tend to gravitate toward certain themes and genres. So, to encourage good short writing in these areas while giving… Continue reading Here’s the Plan: Themed Issue Previews