Fabulist News

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

June 5, 2020

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

May 29, 2020

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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Welcome to Vol. 14, No. 2

May 8, 2020

In the latest edition of The Fabulist Words & Art, we are pleased to share with you some sweet and soft-spoken urban fantasy by New York-based writer and artist Ann Calandro — plus a wee bit of chatter about where we’re at and what we’re up to as a publication. New Fiction Our featured writing […]

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New art, new writing, our new online home, and other good hopes

April 24, 2020

It’s a strange time to be announcing debuts, but we have a little bundle of them, which we offer forthwith in the hopes that they will provide some meaningful diversion in this time of pandemic struggle and separation. They are, in brief: • A call for art (deadline May 29)• A new online gallery (and […]

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Call for Submissions: Visual Art, Summer 2020

April 24, 2020

The Fabulist is currently seeking visual art submissions for the Summer 2020 publishing schedule. Submissions deadline: Friday, May 29. What we’re looking for • The Fabulist publishes art with a fantastical inclination, and welcomes flavors of the absurd, surreal, magic realist, and strange/bizarre. Artworks can invoke dreams, fantasy and science fiction, myth, folklore/fairy-stories, and comics; […]

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Rock Fantasia at the Nebula Awards

October 11, 2014

Fabulist art director Adam Myers’ “Rock Fantasia” illustrations were inspired by rock ‘n’ roll lyrics written by authors Michael Moorcock and John Shirley. They were produced in a limited print edition for the 2013 and 2014 Nebula Awards Weekend conventioneer book bags.

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