Blue Five Notebook: November Issue and News

Blue Five Notebook is now live with new poetry and flash fiction. Fall Quarterly, themed BLACK. Work in this issue by Susan Terris, Doug Bond, Kenneth P. Gurney, Chanel Dubofsky, Robert Wood. Stunning art by Dorothee Lang (another of her works featured above). Go here to read our new pages.

Also in Blue Five news:  Congratulations to our 2011 nominations!

Pushcart Prize 2011

Christopher Allen – “The Shoes, the Girl and the Waves that Washed Them Away” (Flash Special 2011)
Sheldon Lee Compton – “Coming By It Honest” (Winter Quarterly 2011)
Rupert Fike – “Prideful Buddhist” (Broadside #23, Summer 2011)
Julie Innis – “Fairground” (Glass Woman Special 2011)
Pamela Johnson Parker – “In Ictu Oculi” (Winter Quarterly 2011)
Bill Yarrow – “Son of Goya” (January 2011)

Best of the Net 2011 (Sundress Publications) nominations from October:

Poetry:
Ann Neuser Lederer – “Egg of Filaments” (April 2011)
Pamela Johnson Parker – “In Ictu Oculi” (Winter Quarterly 2011)
James Robison – “For the Film New Orleans Mon Amour” (Broadside 19, Summer 2010)
Marcus Speh – “Cahiers du Cinéma” (Fall 2010)
Christine Swint – “The Red Knitting Woman” (Spring Quarterly 2011)
Bill Yarrow – “Son of Goya” (January 2011)

Short Fictions:
Sheldon Lee Compton – “Coming By It Honest” (Winter Quarterly 2011)
Julie Innis – “Fairground” (Glass Woman Special 2011)

What a fine thing is it working with Sam Rasnake. Three more outstanding issues of Blue Five Notebook still to come this year. Stay tuned… .

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