Sunday, January 08, 2012

Boosting “Factory” Output

Issue #9 of the Webzine Crimefactory (now apparently two words, Crime Factory) has gone live. Contents include an interview with Scott Phillips; fiction by Ray Banks, Dan O’Shea, and others; true-crime pieces by Matthew C. Funk and Benjamin Whitmer; and Johnny Shaw’s behind-the-scenes look at his book, Dove Season.

By the way, that Webzine is soliciting submissions for use in future issues. “Crime Factory will be running an average of FIVE short stories (maybe one or two more if we really love something, maybe less if we hate it) per issue as of issue 10,” the editors explain. “These stories need to be under 5,000 words. Seriously, we count.” Look for the submission guidelines here.

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