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“Primarily fiction” depends on if you’re counting hours spend writing or pieces put out. In the case of hours, yes, mostly fiction. Because all the other stuff takes me a couple of hours to put out as opposed to a couple of days, I have writen a lot more blogs and essays.

Sorry, Ronald C., I’ve been thinking about this for a while now, and coming up blank. There was a publication, ‘small’, which did pretty well, but it has disappeared.

There’s “Otherworlds” for fantasy and science fiction. There’s “The Grimm Reaper” for reimagined fairy tales. But most publications that seem to be doing literary fiction look to be inactive.

There’s some good stuff in “The Creative Cafe” but it’s not strictly fiction.

If it’s a good read you’re looking for, you should really check out “The Tapestry Story”, everything in there is written interconnected. But Elliot finished the Tapestry Story, so following would not do that much good. He’s moved on to different project.

It seems we will have to adopt a “If you build it, they will come” approach to this problem, and create the publication we want to see. Call it something like 
Life, Imagined

One piece of advice for anyone wanting to start a publication; if you’re going to accept submissions, don’t try to do this alone. Get some people to help you.

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