Blithe House Quarterly

I received this in an email and figured I’d do the nice thing and spread the word.  Blithe House Quarterly has released the Fall 2007 edition. 

Full text of the release after the jump.

Blithe House Quarterly : queer fiction lives here
URL: http://www.blithe. com/** featured in the January 2005 New York Times article on the literary magazine boom **“*The* journal, online or off, for gay short fiction. Blithe House Quarterly is one of the best literary sites on the Internet. Period.” —

** A GLAAD Media Award Nominee **

Blithe House Quarterly invites you to browse
its Fall 2007 edition (Volume 10, Number 3)

featuring new short stories by

Chaz Brenchley, Robert Doyle, Georges-Claude Guilbert, Drew Gummerson, Jackie Kay, Lori L. Lake, Michael Lanagan, Shaun Levin, Paul Magrs, Cherry Smyth

guest-edited by James Friel
associate editor: Eric Karl Anderson
photography by Aaron Gang
executive editor and publisher: Aldo Alvarez

** Winner of the Encyclopaedia Britannica’s Internet Guide Award **

“Internet-based fiction journals have become a significant force in publishing, especially for serious short fiction.  In Web-only lit journals such as Blithe House Quarterly, the short-story form is alive and clicking.”
— Baltimore City Paper

“Setting the quality bar [for gay and lesbian writing] is the phenomenal site Blithe House Quarterly. It’s awash in awards and rightly so. Of all gay and lesbian sites, Blithe House is the golden child, the one to be entered in the Literature Olympics. None of the stories needs special cosseting as our fiction. Be skeptical and go see the site!”
— Gay & Lesbian On Line, 3rd Edition

“The central publishing arm of new queer fiction.”
— OUT Magazine on Blithe House Quarterly


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