Fabulist Staff

It’s Flowering Time • May 2021

By Fabulist Staff / May 6, 2021 / 0 Comments

Welcome back to The Fabulist, where our May issue is in bloom with fantastical fiction, poetry, art, plus some new nonfiction reviews and essays. We’re still figuring this “issues” thing out, so our lineup may change without notice. One item of note is that we’ll be launching a new movie-review column every week, authored by […]

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Spring 2021: New poetry, fiction, art, and a book launch

By Fabulist Staff / April 30, 2021 / 0 Comments

Hello friends … without much fanfare, The Fabulist has launched its 2021 publishing schedule. We currently have new works of fiction and art in the queued up through the end of this year, plus reviews, poetry, print projects, and more. Take note! May 15 we’re co-hosting a book launch for Jenny Bitner’s debut novel “Here […]

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Pause & Breathe: January 2021

By Fabulist Staff / December 31, 2020 / 0 Comments

Dear Fabulist friends and family … We’re taking a break in January 2021 to pause, breathe, plow through a giant heap of administrative tasks, and plan for the year ahead. January plans at The Fabulist • We’ve got a stack of 179 submissions from our most recent open call for short fiction that still need to […]

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Winters of our Discontent: December 2020

By Fabulist Staff / December 8, 2020 / 0 Comments

There’s only so long the before the return of the sun. But until then the nights will be long and dark, and the viral tide that sweeps our world brings a surge after every ebb. Even our political culture, so full of acrimony and denial, seems capable of only faltering steps toward a better future. […]

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Our 2020 Pushcart Prize nominations

By Fabulist Staff / December 8, 2020 / 0 Comments

It ain’t easy picking out six nominees for the Pushcart Prize from The Fabulist’s 2020 lineup — we’d have selected more if the rules permitted, but such are the constraints before us. We’re honored to have supported the authors of these fine, fantastical stories. They represent a cross-section of what The Fabulist is all about […]

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Remember, Remember: November 2020

By Fabulist Staff / November 6, 2020 / 0 Comments

Memory is a type of storytelling. And there is a knife-edge to telling such stories. In one hand, the story becomes a means of provoking understanding. In another, it becomes a tool for deceit. Beware memory’s pitfalls, deceptions, and false pieties! Beware its abusers and false prophets! We live in a mediated society where what […]

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