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Our 2022 Short-Fiction Lineup — So Far

We're thrilled to announce our initial short-fiction lineup for 2022. We will be adding new material — fiction, nonfiction, poetry ...

The Power, The Glory, The Marketing: Why Marvel Studios Rules the Big Screen

Yet another cinematic auteur — Francis Ford Coppola — has inveighed against Marvel Studios for using a "single prototype" to ...

Email newsletter restored

Just a quick note to let you know that we've resolved the service interruption with The Fabulist's email newsletter, and ...

Open Call for Short Fiction, Fall 2020

[NOTE: This open call has been extended through Oct. 24.] Who?You, dear writer, you. We are open to submissions of ...

Ripening: August 2020

It's high summer in a season of oft-cataclysmic change. A myriad issues of culture, politics, economy and environment, are ripening ...

The Rockets’ Red Glare: July 2020

Welcome to July 2020 issue of The Fabulist, where we're kicking things off with two Independence Day fictions that use ...