[Important Update: Due to email issues, Blink Ink has a new email address. We regret any missed communication in the meantime, and encourage anyone expecting responses or correspondence to get in touch with us. We respond to every submission. If you have not heard something, or have sent an email without hearing back please send a copy if you are able. New email address: email@example.com ]
Blink Ink is back from “hiatus” and open for submissions! Editor Doug Mathewson has stepped in to take on the production end and will be taking care of everything needed to get this publication back on track. Unfortunately, Blink Ink stalled in recent months due to some issues on my end, not his. Doug has handled the content and editing and I have done the printing, web, etc. Over the years, we have managed to send out a steady stream of blink fiction and have been partners in this project and friends. I want to continue to support this publication as much as possible and I still believe in these little books. Onward! -Lynn
With all of that said, submissions are open for Blink Ink #15, details:
Film makers now have an app that allows one
to shoot, edit, produce, and distribute movies of up to
one minute in length via any smart phone.
In this spirt we ask that you address the theme of “Home”.
Love it or hate it. Can’t wait to get back, or glad you left.
The one you dearly want, or the one you dread.
A home remembered, or just someplace you made up.
Earthly or otherwise, grand or humble.
Leave the cute antidotes in the cookie jar
and throw those cliches’ back in the river.
We are looking for your sharper more challenging work.
Submissions of no more than fifty words.
Open September 1, 2013 to October 31, 2013
Submit via electronic or physical means @
firstname.lastname@example.org (note:new email address, as of 11/13)
PO Box 5
North Branford, CT 06471