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    Fawlt magazine (www.fawltmag.com) is now accepting submissions for its Apathy issue! Each issue of the magazine focuses on a single, undesirable
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      Fawlt magazine (www.fawltmag.com) is now accepting submissions for its Apathy issue!


      Each issue of the magazine focuses on a single, undesirable characteristic, exploring such issues as: who is affected by it, its impact on individuals, in which circumstance it can be especially bad (or actually good), and any other aspect of the flaw that that may be worth investigating.

      We seek previously unpublished prose, poetry, art, and photograph that incorporate these characteristics in funny or sobering ways. Ultimately Fawlt hopes to offer an entertaining look at human frailty and a serious consideration of some of our more unpleasant traits. Please do not send more than three prose pieces or five poems at a time.

      We're now actively taking submissions for our next issue

      Apathy

      Issue will be launched online June 1, 2009.

      However, as we are planning to release the last issue in a later quarter, our response to submissions in those categories might be slightly long in coming.

      While we have no problem with simultaneous submissions, please notify us immediately if your submitted work is published elsewhere.

      GUIDELINES


      DEADLINE: For Apathy: May 1, 2009.

      EMAIL: Please send to submissions to <editor(at)fawltmag.com> (replace (at) with @)




      ATTACH: A cover letter.

      IMAGES: May be sent via email as JPG or TIF files.

      PAYMENT: While we're working on acquiring the funds necessary to pay our contributors, as of now, we can't offer any of that precious, precious lucre. Sorry.


      We lo
      ok forward to reading and viewing your work. Thank you for submitting to Fawlt Magazine.






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