Fellow Blogger Starts Fiction Magazine!

Over the past year and a half or so, I have been watching the efforts of fellow blogger Shaun Duke (of World in a Satin Bag) as he took on an ambitious project: to start a new magazine. Well, his efforts–and those of his fellow editor, Niyousha Bastani–have finally paid off as they have released their first issue.

Here is their description of the magazine:

Survival By Storytelling Magazine is dedicated to publishing fiction, poetry, and non-fiction by young authors. Included in this volume are twelve short stories, seven poems, and one article, all by authors under the age of twenty-five. In addition, authors Paul Genesse (The Golden Cord and The Dragon Hunters) and T. M. Hunter (Heroes Die Young) have contributed two articles on the publishing industry and writing.

From vampires struggling with identity to guilty lovers trying to raise the dead to humorous and dark tales of life, the first issue of Survival By Storytelling is sure to tingle the senses and remind us all that age has nothing to do with a good story!

The magazine is available in both hardcopy and electronic format. The hardcopy is $9 and the  electronic copy is $5. For more information about the magazine, here is the website.

Here also is the announcement at World in a Satin Bag and the announcement at Survivial By Storytelling.

In the interests of doing new things and supporting a fellow blogger, I have requested an electronic copy of the magazine. Expect a review in the upcoming weeks.

4 Thoughts to “Fellow Blogger Starts Fiction Magazine!”

  1. I’m curious to see your review. I wish the founders the best of luck with their new magazine. {Smile}

    Anne Elizabeth Baldwin

  2. Hi Tia 🙂
    Thank you for the post.
    I’m going to check out Survival by Storytelling.
    Thank you for the links too.
    All the best,

  3. Yunaleska

    That’s awesome! I’m delighted the ambition has succeeded.

  4. SMD

    Thanks all for the words of support. And thanks Tia for helping out. I appreciate it. You are doing us a great service!

    And if any of you pick up the issue, I hope you like it. Feel free to send me your comments. We’re (hopefully) going to have a “Letters to the Editor” feature in the next issue!

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