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!
Hello, we know we've been a bit quiet since our launch and opening for submissions, but that doesn't mean we aren't hard at work behind the scenes. It's time to share with you something we've had in the works for a little while: we now have an Art Director! Lissa McFarland has been involved with… Continue reading Introducing our New Art Director!
October is officially here (we know because there's snow) and that means we're ready to let you know about our September Patreon contest. The September contest was inspired by our new logos and required participants to include the following quote from Robert Kroetsch's novel What the Crow Said: "And that was the first time the… Continue reading Writing Contest Reveal!
We promised you more good. short. writing., and we hope you enjoy! Check out our latest issue of antilang. and our inaugural issue of soundbite Thanks for all your support, and lots of love from the ALP team! (and don't worry, you can still read antilang. no. 1 in our archive)
Hello! About a month ago we started our monthly writing contests for our donors on Patreon and promised to post our top 3 picks on our blog--we only have 1 contest entry for this month, but it's really good. The first contest has closed and the second is launching later today (bonus round: if you… Continue reading August Flash Contest Winner: Erin Vance!
Hello! As you probably already know, we are accepting donations via Patreon in the hope to pay our contributors (soon). But, you might ask, what is Patreon? Simply put, it is a website that connects artists and art projects to patrons (think England circa the Renaissance but online, and instead of one wealthy person supporting… Continue reading Patreon: Step-by-Step
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!