Guardians of Fire

Fictionable

A project in London, UK by Fictionable
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A new online literary magazine with original stories and comics from all over the world
Backers: 84
Average Daily Pledges: £518
Average Pledge Per Backer: £99

Funding: £8,282 of £15,000
Dates: Jan 10th -> Feb 9th (31 days)
Project By: Fictionable
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Latest News

New authors: Maaza Mengiste, Samanta Schweblin and Julian Hanshaw

January 24th - via: kickstarter.com
Thanks to you awesome people, we're more than halfway to our goal already. So now we want to give you a glimpse into the future we're building – three of the amazing authors lined up for issue two: Maaza Mengiste The Ethiopian American writer and... (Read More)

Woah, we're halfway there

January 19th - via: kickstarter.com
The guitars are wailing, the drums are kicking in. Just over a week in and we're halfway there, already. Huge thanks to all of you amazing people from all of us at Fictionable. The support we've received from family, friends, colleagues and readers... (Read More)

New rewards to take us to the next level

January 17th - via: kickstarter.com
What an awesome first week. A hearty thank you from all of us at Fictionable to all of you amazing people, who have helped us raise more than £7000 in just seven days. It's incredible to receive such great backing from family, friends, colleagues... (Read More)

We're on our way

January 10th - via: kickstarter.com
Folks, What an incredible day. From all of us here at Fictionable, can I roar out an enormous, resounding “Thank you!” To get such awe-inspiring, amazing support from family, friends, colleagues and enthusiastic readers all over the world is the... (Read More)

Lea launches £15k Kickstarter for new short story journal featuring Sarah Hall

January 10th - via: thebookseller.com
Oneworld editor and former Guardian journalist Richard Lea is heading a new web-based short fiction journal, Fictionable, which is aiming to raise £15,000 in the next month on Kickstarter. The magazine startup has already lined up contributors such as Sarah Hall (pictured) — the only author to win the BBC national short story award twice — and Alain Mabanckou, writer and UCLA professor, to write new short stories for its first issue, due in June 2022. Other contributors for issue one include New Orleans-based author Ladee Hubbard, Owen Booth and the comics writer and illustrator Isabel Greenberg. (Read More)

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