Monday, November 01, 2010

Prime Number Magazine: Prime Decimals 3.2

Issue No. 3 of Prime Number Magazine came out on October 19. I'm pretty please with it and I hope you've had a chance to take a look at the stories and essays and poems and interviews. But time goes on and today we posted the first of 4 updates--Prime Decimals 3.2. Whereas the main issues contain longer stories and suites of poems, the updates have flash fiction and nonfiction plus single poems.

So please take a look at this update. We've got poems by Alan King, J.P. Dancing Bear, and Samuel Day Wharton, plus a flash fiction piece by Daniel Hudon, and a flash memoir by Ray Scanlon.

We've also updated our submission guidelines. We've been hearing that a word limit for prose of 3,000 was too tight, so we've loosened up a bit. We now will consider prose up to 4,000 words. That doesn't mean you have be wordy, though! Concise is good. You've just got a little more room to work with now. Check out the new Submission Guidelines.

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