If you haven’t stopped by The Bees Are Dead lately, then do pay us a visit.
There is truly beautiful wok by poets Richard-Yves Sitoski, Linda Imbler and Howie Good. You can find it right here at http://www.thebeesaredead.com/.
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If you want to read some fantastic postapocalytic poetry, then do stop by The Bees Are Dead.
There is some outstanding work by Linda Imbler, Benjamin Blake, Howie Good, Jake Tringali, Cody Simpson, Yuan Changming, Holly Day and more.
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If you’ve been stuck indoors for days on end because of the rain, then stop by The Bees Are Dead. You can always find the best in post-apocalyptic prose, poetry, art and photography.
The editors have been especially proud recently to host the superlative poetry of Linda Imbler, Robert Mullen, Benjamin Blake, Michael Griffith and Marina Kazakova.
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If you are in the mood for dark, dystopian poetry, then do stop by The Bees Are Dead. There is some truly outstanding work by Yuan Changming, Robert Alan Rife, Cody Simpson, Jonathan Everitt, Jake Tringali and many more.
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Hey, gang — Sundress Publications has released its 2018 Best of the Net Anthology, and you can find it at the link below:
The Best of the Net 2018
Although I was lucky enough to have a short story nominated for the collection, it wasn’t ultimately selected. (The editors of The Bees Are Dead nominated my science fiction-horror story, “At the End of the World, My Daughter Wept Metal.”)
Congratulations to all of the writers whose work was selected! I look forward to reading it!
Dennis Villelmi at The Bees Are Dead interviewed actress Brialynn Massie, who you may recognize from her roles in films like last year’s “Serena Waits” and “Lilith.” It’s a terrific interview, and you can find it at the link below:
Interview with Brialynn Massie
If dystopian or post-apocalyptic poetry is what your holiday season needs, then do stop by The Bees Are Dead. There you can find “Survival of the Fittest,” by Howard Debs; “ID,” by Duane Voorhees; and even a poem by that Eric Nolan guy (though, if you ask me, his stuff is strictly derivative).
Photo credit: “Birth Machine,” by H.R. Giger. Ojw [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons.
Now here is something to be thankful for. My colleagues over at The Bees Are Dead have graciously published my poem, “school shooter.” (This poem last appeared in the Peeking Cat Anthology 2018.) You can find it at the link below.
Thanks, B.A.D. people. 😉
“school shooter” at The Bees Are Dead
There is some terrific new poetry over at The Bees Are Dead. Stop over to your favorite dystopian online lit mag for outstanding work by Jake Tringali, Howie Good, Jon Bennett and Neil Creighton.
It’s damn good stuff.
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I’m honored to share here today that the Piker Press will feature five submissions of my writing in the coming months.
Editor Sand Pilarski has informed me that my horror/science fiction story, “Shine Now, Fiercely, Forever,” will appear at the weekly online literary magazine on December 10th. This story was originally published in January 2017 by The Bees Are Dead.
Four poems of mine will also be featured between January and May of 2019: “Confession,” “This Windy Morning,” “Roanoke Summer Midnight” and “My Mother’s Apartment.” These poems appeared over the last several years in the pages of Peeking Cat Poetry Magazine.
The Piker Press is a journal for arts, sciences, fiction and non-fiction that its creators like to think of it as “the illegitimate, online child of Analog and National Geographic, but funnier.” It’s a great online periodical featuring fun and thought-provoking material from a range of voices. You can find it right here at http://www.pikerpress.com/.