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recompose:a journal of literary speculative poetry & fiction

A project in Dayton, OH by Steven Saus

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A new journal focusing on poetry and short fiction that walks the line between literary and speculative fiction. Will pay pro rates.
Backers: 91
Average Pledge Per Backer: $18

Funded: $1,603 of $550
Dates: Nov 22nd -> Dec 22nd (30 days)
Project By: Steven Saus
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Last 38 hours....

December 21st - via: kickstarter.com
 I was going to post this last night, but had to go to the urgent care (I'm mostly fine; calling my family doc here in a few), so it's 38 hours instead of 48... but the sentiment is the same. It's Crunch Time!  If you've been waiting to remind... (Read More)

A Week Left! (And A Note About Finances)

December 15th - via: kickstarter.com
 Hey folks! We've got only a week left before we can start accepting submissions, getting the schedule fixed, and all sorts of fun behind-the-scenes work going! In the meantime, it's vital that you get the word out and promote the heck out of this... (Read More)

Onward and upward to more stuff for you!

December 13th - via: kickstarter.com
 Good morning, folks! I was happy to be able to post this today:  which is thanks to you. That's awesome! But we aren't done yet. There's still over a week left in this Kickstarter, and the more backers we get, the more content we'll deliver to... (Read More)

Did you know we are a staff pick?

December 11th - via: kickstarter.com
 That's right, folks recompose is a Kickstarter Staff Pick!  And with a recent surge of interest, we're well on our way to our next stretch goal - but we need you to keep spreading the word. Sometimes it takes three to five times for someone to... (Read More)

A Question of Reprints

December 1st - via: kickstarter.com
Greetings you speculative literates! Over on Facebook, I asked a question that really impacts you: While issue #0 is largely reprints, we are planning on making future issues of *recompose* consist solely of original, new works of fiction and... (Read More)

And we've met our first goal!

November 26th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello you amazing people!  Just in time for Thanksgiving (for us in the US), we hit our first funding goal! I'm really thrilled and heartened by your quick support of this project! Now it's on to the stretch goals... all of which mean more stuff... (Read More)

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