Fiddleblack :: NewPages Guide to Literary Magazines

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About Fiddleblack: Fiddleblack is a small press & journal of literature. We like self and place, antipastoralism and concept horror.

Contact Information:

Editors: Jason Cook, Melissa Lewis

PO Box 78

Peninsula, OH 44264



Submission Information:

Genres: fiction

Simultaneous submissions: yes Email submissions: yes (see website) Online submissions: yes (see website) Reading period: year-round Response time: 2-4 weeks Payment: no (journal) Contests: no ISSN: 2161-7295 Founded: 2010 Issues per year: 12 Print issues: yes (see website)

Publisher's description: Fiddleblack is a small press & journal of literature. We operate under a particularly defined mission for the sake of our readers and writers. Our body of work is built from transgressive stories with a strong sense of self and place. We believe in mature intellectual investigation, and in the narrative marriage of introspection to observations of the land.

Our readers are individuals looking for a consistent aesthetic by way of story. Our writers are a group bright enough to appreciate an audience at variance with trends. No matter the format, all of the work we release is complimented by a unique set of artwork, and our published contributors are always welcomed back.

With surety, Fiddleblack is a cohesive, recognizable literary brand.