New Winter Issues, Fiction and Poetry

We are happy to have two new issues this winter of Poetry and Fiction. Both feature great writing and we are sure that you will recognize many contributors you know and will discover new ones that you have not run across before. Please check out the FULL OF CROW WINTER 2017 FICTION ISSUE and the WINTER 2017 POETRY ISSUE.  
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Full Of Crow Press

    The next poetry issue will be online in March. (Spring Issue) The theme is "cede". Every issue has a single word of inspiration, with absolutely no expectation that it inform the submissions. It is a gesture, a nod to the ethers. Maybe it will inspire somebody to send us a weird photo. Whatever.   We have also announced a new section called [spaces] that will be a place to repost content from our archives so they have a fresh look. We will post links on twitter, etc. to try to encourage people to revisit pieces.   And lastly, we have a femcentric side project inspired by some badass women known as "VERA". We are going to launch this section and then have some extra readings and cool shit attached to it. VERA will be poetry, prose, essays, rants, reviews, photos, art, reviews of art by women, whatever we want to do. We are looking for a few more badass women who might want to get involved in this flexible online space. www.fullofcrow.com/vera.   We are on social media of course, like everyone else. We are on facebook with our main page and poetry page, and on Twitter, Instagram, and we have links on Pinterest.   If you have any questions or want to hear more, please email Elynn (Lynn) Alexander at: elynnalexander@fullofcrow.com or get in touch through Facebook.   Fiction submissions: short-ish fiction to Paul Corman-Roberts, fiction@fullofcrow.com Optional bio. Ask him if you have questions. Poetry: 1-3 poems, simple spacing works best, bio optional but not necessary. poetry@fullofcrow.com   VERA:  vera@fullofcrow.com   Black and white photos (you know, that pretentious artsy kinda shit) work better with our sparse aesthetic which is plain bw for easier readability. It doesn't work to put rainbows and unicorns although we love them just as much as you do.   Get in touch, and thank you. Links below. Say hi.
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This Week At Crow: What We’re Reading, Instagram, And Event Photos

This week at Full Of Crow, we are finishing up some upgrades and working on getting more event photos out there on the SM. And speaking of, we now have an Instagram that you can follow, with our typical artsy shit, weird photo angles, nostalgia, oddities, event flyers, and whatever else ends up there. Find us on there, twitter, facebook, all that and it will help us find and follow you. Support is the whole point, after all. Follow: Instagram Twitter (check out the icons on our sidebar) We have published hundreds of poems, stories, photographs, and we have had events all over the country for eight years. We push because we all have to push one another. Who else is going to? This is our bus to drive, baby. Take the wheel. What We Are Reading: Elynn Alexander discusses Cord Moreski's latest poetry chapbook from Indigent Press in Full Of Crow's review section. (Read Now) Cord is a poet from New Jersey, host of Poetry On Main in Asbury Park, and frequent performer. You can also find photos and event information on the Lehigh Valley Poetry Collective page on Facebook. Also on deck: Kendall A.Bell's "Trust Fall" and "Siberia", Chansonette Buck, a book project in response to the election, new issues of Fiction and Poetry, a feminist poetry reading hosted by Rag Queen, Paul Corman Roberts checks in on Crow West and bay area events, and new book launches. Plenty to keep us all busy. And zines. Did we mention zines? Cord Moreski    
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Event Photos

We have been going through digital photos, adding some new ones to the pages. The photo collections are primarily photos from readings and events that are connected to Full of Crow or the editors or contributors. If you look above at "Photo Collections", you can select the page and it will have an index with the links. You can also view the page options by hovering, but since there are so many pages you cannot see the full list.  To get you started, here is a link to one of our events
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Elynn Alexander and Paul Corman-Roberts. Full Of Crow's Toxic Abatement. Viracocha, San Francisco.

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Social Media

We have been updating our facebook and twitter pages pretty regularly, mostly with links to the fiction and poetry in our issues. We have two pages on facebook: one is for the general Full Of Crow Press, and the other is for poetry with the original idea as the posting of poems from the archives. I have a page on facebook where I post event photos from readings, etc. and that is here, Elynn Alexander.  (that is my page, not my profile, either one works.) I also have a twitter, and Full Of Crow has a Twitter. If you feel so inclined, please "like" and follow so we can stay in touch and tag you in photos or links to your work.   We Also participate infull of crow open this "networked blogs" nonsense, but we aren't really sure if that is useful to people or if people still use it regularly. If you are on facebook and want to follow us that way, there should be a box on our front page sidebar that has "networked blogs" in there somewhere.   The submissions page (above) has been updated, and things are coming back together. We hope to hear from some of you out there with poems and stories.   There are links on the sidebar ----> and above. Get in touch if you have questions. elynn alexander@gmail.com www.elynnalexander.com or the blog.      
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