Town Crier
In Case You Missed It: Week Ending 25 September

In Case You Missed It: Week Ending 25 September

Wanted—fortune cookie writers. And lots of other news, strange and sad.
In Case You Missed It: Week Ending 18 September

In Case You Missed It: Week Ending 18 September

Authors are starving and . . . does anything else matter? We put it to you.
In Case You Missed It: Week Ending 11 September

In Case You Missed It: Week Ending 11 September

Textbooks are as expensive as the classes themselves, poets are assuming faux ethnic identities, and gynecology is now synonymous with pornography. It’s the end of times.
In Case You Missed It: Week Ending 28 August

In Case You Missed It: Week Ending 28 August

A brouhaha is brou-ha-ha-ing at the Association of Writers and Writing Programs. And we’re gay. We’re all gay.
In Case You Missed It: Week Ending 21 August

In Case You Missed It: Week Ending 21 August

Is Amazon as horrible a place to work as some say it is? Oh, and yet another recently discovered Scott Fitzgerald manuscript.
In Case You Missed It: Week Ending 14 August

In Case You Missed It: Week Ending 14 August

A new Tolkien story, and an ancient cipher. It’s Medieval Day here at Ye Olde Town Crier.
In Case You Missed It: Week Ending 7 August

In Case You Missed It: Week Ending 7 August

A lost Scott Fitzgerald story has been discovered. “George” gets a better response from agents than “Catherine.” And (gasp!) reading is good for your health.
In Case You Missed It: Week Ending 31 July

In Case You Missed It: Week Ending 31 July

A new Dr. Seuss book. The Man Booker longlist. Typewriters making a comeback. Srsly!
In Case You Missed It: Week Ending 24 July

In Case You Missed It: Week Ending 24 July

E.L. Doctorow died, Amazon made a profit, Watchman sold a million copies, and other indispensable news.
In Case You Missed It: Week Ending 17 July

In Case You Missed It: Week Ending 17 July

Harper Lee, and Ted Cruz, and Douglas Preston, and Harper Lee.
Watchman’s First Chapter Released, and Other News

Watchman’s First Chapter Released, and Other News

That rascally Amazon is deleting reviews again. And there’s a new Ayn Rand novel! Sort of.
Apple Loses its Appeal (in More Ways Than One), and Other News

Apple Loses its Appeal (in More Ways Than One), and Other News

Patterson is giving away more money, writers are flipping out over Kindle Unlimited, and E.L. James opened Pandora’s Box.
The Arts and Humanities Aren’t Worth a Dime, and Other News

The Arts and Humanities Aren’t Worth a Dime, and Other News

Lots of opinions in the news last week. And cocktrumpets. Shitnoodles, too.
Amazon and PRH Come to Agreement, and Other News

Amazon and PRH Come to Agreement, and Other News

Lots of news about contracts. E.L. James is back. And a novel rejected 44 times wins a major prize.
Engage With Reviewers at Your Own Risk, and Other News

Engage With Reviewers at Your Own Risk, and Other News

Fathers aren’t reading enough to their children. Book sales are mixed. And Library of Congress has a new poet laureate.

Sign up for our irregular newsletter and be informed of upcoming contests. You can opt out anytime with the click of a button.

Contests are presently open in speculative short fiction, novel-length fiction, and collected poetry. Visit the Contests Page for information.

Anthologies

Medallions


submit

Lascaux 250 Lascaux Review Easy Street
Site Map