Update on Batesville, Arkansas Comic Con

Photo at Arkansas Post National Memorial, 2019 I have been invited to speak at the Batesville, Arkansas Comic Con at the Independence County Library, (267 East Main Street, Batesville) about my writing and about The Chamber Magazine on March 5. The exact time is yet to be determined. I will probably be there all day. … Continue reading Update on Batesville, Arkansas Comic Con

Update on Batesville, Arkansas Comic Con

Photo at Arkansas Post National Memorial, 2019 I have been invited to speak at the Batesville, Arkansas Comic Con at the Independence County Library, (267 East Main Street, Batesville) about my writing and about The Chamber Magazine on March 5. The exact time is yet to be determined. I will probably be there all day. … Continue reading Update on Batesville, Arkansas Comic Con

Premiering February 19: The Saturday Night Special

Coming up at The Chamber!

The Chamber Magazine

The Chamber frequently experiments with new features to attract a larger readership. Often, the thinking behind a decision, for better or worse, is out of the box, which is the way I like it.

Like everyone else, I like music. My tastes are eclectic and I find something to like in almost any genre. Since founding The Chamber and switching to YouTube instead of regular TV, I have grown to like music of a dark nature. It makes for a good background when doing housework or reading excellent submissions or reading dry material at my day job or kicking back on a Saturday night with a few cocktails and maybe a pipeful or two of good tobacco (I live in a remote section of Arkansas and there is zero nightlife, even if I did go clubbing like I used to).

Knowing there are many others in the same situation as…

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Appearing in The Chamber February 18

Coming up at The Chamber!

The Chamber Magazine

New issues appear Fridays at 10:00 a.m. CDT/ 4:00 p.m. BST/ 8:30 p.m. IST/ 1:00 a.m. AEST (Saturdays).

“Dream Errors” Psychological Horror by Jay Charles

Jay Charles is a writer out of rural Pennsylvania. He won multiple awards for his undergraduate writing at Penn State University. Post-academic stories concern the speculative and the horror found in chilling regularity throughout history. His work has appeared in Kalliope, Liquid Imagination, and will be featured in the upcoming Medium Chill 7. Twitter: @JCharles000

“The Forgiveness” Psychological Horror by Jacob Austin

Mr. Austin states: “I am a writer and digital content strategist from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. My short fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in The Stray Branch, Bewildering Stories, and Black Petals. “

“Cruel” Dark, Legendary Fiction by Billy Stanton

Billy Stanton is a young working-class writer based in London, and originally from Portsmouth. His short story ‘Screwfix’ was recently published in the…

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Update on Batesville, Arkansas Comic Con as of January 24, 2022

(Photo at Arkansas Post National Memorial, 2019) I have been invited to speak at the Batesville, Arkansas Comic Con at the Independence County Library, (267 East Main Street, Batesville) about my writing and about The Chamber Magazine on March 5. The exact time is yet to be determined. I will probably be there all day. … Continue reading Update on Batesville, Arkansas Comic Con as of January 24, 2022

Rural Fiction Magazine is now Accepting Submissions

Slattery Publishing's latest endeavor, Rural Fiction Magazine (RFM), is now accepting submissions. Detailed guidelines can be found on RFM's Submissions Page. Rural Fiction Magazine (RFM) is seeking mainstream and/or literary fiction and poetry that explores the beauty and drama of rural life on both an emotional and intellectual level. That said, RFM is willing to … Continue reading Rural Fiction Magazine is now Accepting Submissions

Rural Fiction Magazine is now Accepting Submissions

Slattery Publishing's latest endeavor, Rural Fiction Magazine (RFM), is now accepting submissions. Detailed guidelines can be found on RFM's Submissions Page. Rural Fiction Magazine (RFM) is seeking mainstream and/or literary fiction and poetry that explores the beauty and drama of rural life on both an emotional and intellectual level. That said, RFM is willing to … Continue reading Rural Fiction Magazine is now Accepting Submissions

Rural Fiction Magazine is now Accepting Submissions

Slattery Publishing's latest endeavor, Rural Fiction Magazine (RFM), is now accepting submissions. Detailed guidelines can be found on RFM's Submissions Page. Rural Fiction Magazine (RFM) is seeking mainstream and/or literary fiction and poetry that explores the beauty and drama of rural life on both an emotional and intellectual level. That said, RFM is willing to … Continue reading Rural Fiction Magazine is now Accepting Submissions