Liquid Imagination #8 is LIVE

All-new Winter 2011 issue of Liquid Imagination is now LIVE!

Lotsa goodies in issue #8. First there’s the stuff in which I was directly involved.

For starters, there’s the debut of Liquid Imagination’s microfiction feature edited by yours truly, featuring seven ultra-short pieces of fiction that hit you early and often. This is lovingly commemorated with our featured author, the beloved Bob Thurber, who offers a whopping three microfictions to show you that we are very serious about the addition of the short story form’s little brother. The cavalry consists of the exceptional Ellen Parker, the dazzling Dorothy Davies, the canny Cezarija Abartis and the diabolical David Gibson.

Included in that batch is a story voice-narrated by me with flash-animated images by Sue Babcock.

There in the Articles and Features section we have two interviews I conducted, one with microfiction guru Bob Thurber, the other with small press writer/editor/publisher Chris Bartholomew (of Static Movement).

That’s just the stuff I personally touched. There’s plenty more, not the least of which are the speculative fiction short stories that my colleague Kevin Wallis selected, and the literary stories Sue Babcock and John “JAM” Arthur Miller selected for your reading pleasure. Stories by such names as Elizabeth Creith, Joe Jablonski, and MJ Nicholls, to name but three.

Also, notable radio anchorman Bob Eccles lends his magnificent voice to the audio supplement of the short stories. Jack Rogers and Mrs. Babcock supplied the visuals.

If fiction isn’t your thing, or you like to vary it up, there’s a bunch of exceptional poetry selected by poet-in-her-own-right Chrissy Davis who certainly knows a thing or three about great poetry. Hanging out in her realm are the irrepressible John C. Mannone, Ash Krafton, Leila A. Forier and others.

What, you need even more? Gluttons! Well, you’re in luck because A.J. Brown writes about life and death, JAM contemplates genius and Emily Dickinson, then also interviews horror artist Nick Rose, and reviews a novel by author Steve Lowe.

It’s a robust issue packed with literary, multi-media goodness!



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