It’s been a busy few months here at Structo. Two main bits of news though: our biggest ever issue has just been released, and we have just announced a submissions call with a difference.
First of all, issue 14: at 138 pages, it’s the longest issue we’ve ever published, by some distance. It features 14 short stories, 14 poems and two interviews—the first with the master of the short form story David Gaffney and the second with the ever-remarkable Ursula K. Le Guin. To find out more, or buy a copy, head over here.
The second bit of news is about our latest submission call, which is now open through September 20th. It’s a little different this time around, as we are asking everyone who sends in writing to also send in proof that they have recently supported a literary magazine. It’s a slightly mad experiment, and we explain why we’ve decided to do it in a blog post over at our website.
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