Our summer 2009 issue of Inch is now available for sale. If this lineup doesn’t tempt you, it’s very possible that nothing in the world can tempt you.
Betty Adcock – “Skinny Poem”
Jasmine V. Bailey – “Portrait of a Young Man”
Katerina Stoykova-Klemer – “Conversation Q,” “Conversation W”
Victoria Bosch Murray – “Prayer for Riding the Saco River”
Robert M. Wallace – “Sunlight on the River”
Donna Glee Williams – “Night Porch”
Michael McFee – “BEWARE OF GOD”
Order issue #11, as well as other back issues, here: http://inch.bullcitypress.com/
Inch #11 marks the farewell issue for fiction editor Bill Ferris, who co-founded the magazine back in the summer of 2006. Without Bill’s support and encouragement, there would be no Bull City Press, and we will never be able to thank him enough.
Duotrope’s Digest, a web site that lists literary magazines and their submissions guidelines, is one of our favorite web sites at Bull City Press. We often like to browse the new magazines, reading the online journals and purchasing sample copies of some of the newer magazines in print. Duotrope has also been invaluable in spreading the word about Inch, our tiny magazine for tiny poems and short, short fiction.
We’re pleased to note that while Inch has been listed as one of the 25 Most Challenging Markets for Poetry for some time now, we entered another top 25 list this week– Top 25 Swiftest Markets for Poetry. We pride ourselves on publishing the best of the best when it comes to short poems and microfiction, but we also work hard to make sure that we remain responsive and accessible to contributors and potential contributors alike. Thanks to all Duotrope users who reported responses from Inch!