Blink-Ink #31 – “Fame”
I’m going to live forever!”
Really? Hows does that work? Does Everyone really want to be famous? Is that such a good idea? What would you do to get there? Or are we too skeptical and fame is just a simple happy thing? Why such intent pursuit of something people latter shun.
In fifty words so so tell us what you know or imagine about fame. Submissions are open December 1st 2017 to January 15th 2018 Send in the body of an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
See our site www.blink-ink.org for general submission guidelines.
Awards are a good way to say thank you to some of the many talented people who kindly share their work with us every year. Previously we have posted our nominations for both this year’s VERA, and the Pushcart Awards. Here are our nominees for 2018 Best Small Fiction Awards. Congratulations.
Doug & Sally
Blink-Ink Nominations The 2018 Best Small Fictions Awards
Steven Dunn – Happy Little Trees
Howie Good – Snap Krackle Pop
Lynn Mundell – Roger Trilogy
Robert Masterson – Santa Muerto Can’t Help You Now
Mark McGuire-Schwartz – Jersey Diners
There is a lot going on at Blink-Ink these days. Our “Diner’ issue (#30) has just shipped out. It is an especially good issue, with more artwork than usual and a very special guest author. We are proud of everyone in every issue. This issue we are proud to feature Ms. Kelly Link. She was kind enough to share an excerpt from here story “Summer People” which appears in her book “Get in Trouble”. Thank you very much for giving us permission to use your work. Here’s what the cover looks like. Please subscribe today.