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Leaf Garden Issue 9

Leaf Garden Issue 9

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Published by: Arkava Das on May 05, 2010
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The works in this collection are the property of their respective creators.
 Leaf Garden Press
has been granted one time publication rights, which includes publication electronically and inprint.Cover art by Adam Moursy (see page 58).
Leaf Garden
issue #9
Published by 
 Leaf Garden Press
, May 2010.http://leafgardenpress.com
 We say things here:
I loved working with Robert on Leaf Garden. It is hard to let go! My kids have a long summerahead, and I will be spending time swimming with them. I love the experimental and oftenquirky writing people sent to us at Leaf Garden Press; Best of wishes to Robert and new editors!
–Melanie Browne
The submissions guidelines for this issue asked for “experimental” work, but we never madeany attempt to define what we meant by “experimental.” You'll see some experimental stuff,some less experimental stuff, and maybe one or two things that will make you say, “Huh?”This is our anniversary issue. We've officially been publishing for a year, and there's no plansto stop anytime soon.It's also the last issue that Melanie Browne, co-founder, worked on. A million thank yous toher for everything. She/you has/have been awesome.
 Leaf Garden Press
will soon be taking
Crack Crack
(http://crackcrack.weebly.com) under itsumbrella.
Crack Crack
will then begin focus on distributing independently written andproduced music. More information soon.Thank you to the contributors for helping us with another issue of 
 Leaf Garden
. If I had it, I'dgive you each a lollipop and a band-aid. As always, if you like this issue, please share it with someone.
–Robert Louis Henry 
 We encourage you to submit here:
 Muse Cafe Quarterly
accepts submissions year-round for their quarterly magazine: poetry,art, prose, short fiction, non fiction, essay, and flash fiction. The site will also be expanding toMuse Cafe Press in July and is now accepting chapbook and full book-length manuscripts forthe following: poetry, prose, short story collections, art, novella, and full-length novels.Please seehttp://www.stacylynnmar.com/MuseCafeQuarterly.htmlfor more information andemail all submissions tostacylynnmar@yahoo.com.
Temporary Infinity Writer's Alliance
is seeking submissions for their inaugural issue. Fromthe guidelines: “We accept anything. Short stories, flash fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction,artwork, comics, plays, photographs, napkin doodles, instructions for assembling killer robots- the only condition is quality. The only restrictions on genre are no fan fictions and noerotica. Length wise, if your piece is 6 words or 20,000, as long as it's good, we'll take it.” Seehttp://ti-writes.comfor more information.

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