It's Ricky Lima from your creative writing class last year. I'm writing you to tell you about a literary blog I’ve started with a couple of other people. It's called InkTank Magazine and it's a small online publication. We like to publish different creative works and really strive for quality. Each issue has its own theme.
January's the month to dispose of all the wrapping paper and toss out that old fruit cake. Pull up your stockings because this month InkTank is going through your trash. So let's tour he landfill, take some time to reflect on all the excess, or just keep on celebrating! How about some hair of the dog that bit you instead? Deliver us your best garbage on a silver platter. Tell us your tales of excess or discuss where the world is over-doing it or just falling short. Send us your prose or poetry by Dec 31st.
For the February issue, we're looking for submissions dealing with the theme Individuality & the Multitude. Use your imagination! Submissions due Jan 14 or Jan 31 for 2nd editon.
We accept a wide variety of content from many mediums and genres. This includes (but isn’t limited to) prose, poetry, editorials, opinion pieces, essays, multimedia, comics, etc. If you’re not sure it fits, email us a pitch and we’ll check it out.
here. Check out themes for upcoming issues here. And check out the December issue of Inktank here.
All the best,
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