J. Phantizorn

Email newsletter restored

By J. Phantizorn / September 26, 2020 / 0 Comments

Just a quick note to let you know that we’ve resolved the service interruption with The Fabulist’s email newsletter, and weekly updates of our latest publishing activities will return to your inbox. In the email interregnum, we’ve published a heap of great poetry, fiction and art. Please browse and enjoy! And, as always, thanks so […]

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Open Call for Short Fiction, Fall 2020

By J. Phantizorn / September 11, 2020 / 0 Comments

[NOTE: This open call has been extended through Oct. 24.] Who?You, dear writer, you. We are open to submissions of all sorts from anyone; please do not feel constrained by any considerations of identity, age, race/ethnicity/creed, gender, sexuality, politics/philosophy. These matters may or may not factor into your fiction — what counts is the vision […]

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Ripening: August 2020

By J. Phantizorn / August 6, 2020 / 0 Comments

It’s high summer in a season of oft-cataclysmic change. A myriad issues of culture, politics, economy and environment, are ripening right now, if not coming to fruition. This August The Fabulist marks the season with a small farmer’s box of original fiction, fantasy, art and verse that reflect on these unsettled times — and also […]

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The Rockets’ Red Glare: July 2020

By J. Phantizorn / July 4, 2020 / 0 Comments

Welcome to July 2020 issue of The Fabulist, where we’re kicking things off with two Independence Day fictions that use fantastical storytelling to invert, subvert, and transform some central American myths and realities. Julieta Vitullo’s “Drone” puts an unnerving and eerie spin on an all-too-plausible tale of a young military family struggling with PTSD and […]

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Reading is Revolutionary: Welcome to The Fabulist, June 2020, Vol. 14, No. 3

By J. Phantizorn / June 5, 2020 / 0 Comments

We had other plans for June. But so, surely, did George Floyd, and instead, on May 25, 2020, he was murdered — by power, by prejudice, by the weight of 500 years of history bearing down on the neck of a man, a people, a nation, a world. A better world is not merely possible, […]

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Reminder: Call for art closes tonight, 5/29

By J. Phantizorn / May 29, 2020 / 0 Comments

Just reminder that The Fabulist’s call for fantastical visual art closes tonight, Friday, May 29, at 11:59 p.m. If you are interested in submitting work, or know an artist who you think would be interested in this opportunity, please do check out the call for submissions.

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