Use them to stop flooding in New England! I like this idea because I’m too lazy/cheap to buy a shredder and I’m always worried about dumping my printed drafts in […]
Justin Hamm reads his poem, “The electric widower,” from the fall 2009 issue of jmww.
jmww has a new online submission manager, thanks to Michael and the folks at Submishmash. You can submit here here or go to the submissions page on our website.
What’s better than a spanking-new issue of jmww? A spanking-new issue of jmmw and a springing-new issue of Pank. This issue is loaded with goodness: Brian Allen Carr, Joseph Goosey, […]
We love Jim Harrington’s blog “Six Questions,” and we love that Jim interviewed jmww editor Jen Michalski this week.
In today’s ORIGINS, Michelle Reale discusses the origin of her story “A First Time for Everything,” which appeared in the Word Riot last year. It was no secret in our […]
Kevin Sampsell is not only the god of indie book publishing, he’s also a damn good writer. jmww editor Jen Michalski talks with the Future Tense publisher about his memoir, […]
jmwwblog contributor Lauren Becker guest edits the March issue of Northville Review. Good stuff from Andrew Roe, Kenneth Pobo, A.D. Jameson, Laura Ellen Scott, Roxane Gay, Edward Mullany, and Calvin […]
Hmm, I can’t believe I forgot to post this! We are pleased to announce our 2010 Million Writers Award Nominees! Story 1: “Maki’s Dead” by Kevin Spaide (summer 2009) Story […]
Although James Magruder didn’t come to fiction until 2002, his stories have already appeared in literary magazines such as The Gettysburg Review, The Harrington Gay Men’s Fiction Quarterly, Bloom, Subtropics, […]