Those same old four walls getting you down? Nothing going on, and not likely to? A road trip is the only cure. Time to get out of Dodge! So where to go, or does it matter? The time to pack up and go is now. Tell us your tails of the trails, your songs of the highway, be they real, imagined, or seemingly impossible in stories approximately 50 words in length. Send your submissions in the body of an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org No poetry, attachments, or bios please. Submissions are open March 1st 2020 through April 15th, 2020. This will be our 40th issue. can you believe it!
The absolutely amazing Ghost Bus issue has been mailed out this week. Honestly we feel it is one of our very best with covers and art by Wishbone Zoe on the East Coast and Alexis Rhone Fancher covering all the photography from way out West (as far west can you can go without getting your feet wet). There are 23 stories by 19 writers, some of whom you well may recognize and a handful you just might not. Here are some images of the issue, and if you haven’t subscribed already now is the time. Start with this issue, buy subscriptions for friends and show them how hip you are. Thank you everyone. Doug & Sally
Our True Crime issue mailed the second week of December. We do have a few copies. Sign up for a new subscription and we’ll start you with this one and fond something good from Kitty Wang’s secret stash to send along for free.
Congratulations, and thank you for sharing your wonderful work with us.
The Mambo Academy of Kitty Wang nominates
for Best Microfiction 2020 Awards
Francine Witte – Here, Not here
Daryl Scroggins – Lake Campout Revelation
Claire Polders – Musical Chairs
Jonathan Cardew – i. Bad Arm ii. If I Only Have Eyes for You,
Gouge Them Out And Take Them With You On That Round The World Trip
iii. Seven Hundred and Fifty-Nine Knees
Thank you for sharing your amazing work with us, and congratulations!
We have opened for an all new issue which will be out in March of 2020. here are the guidelines,
drop us a note if you have any questions.
Edward Gory, Gahan Wilson, and Charles Adams are standing on a street corner when the Ghost Bus goes by. They all saw it, but each saw it differently. What did you see when it went by, or were you a passenger? Just who rides the Ghost Bus anyway, and where the heck is it going? Wait… is that Miyazaki’s Cat Bus coming the other way? Tell us your best story in approximately 50 words about what you saw. Submissions in the body of an email to email@example.com. No attachments, poetry, or bios please. Submissions open December 1st 2019, through January 15th, 2020