I’ve blogged about Plasma Frequency Magazine before. They were one of my first published venues, and ‘Rift’, the story that appeared in their 7th issue, was the first piece of flash I ever wrote. To this day, theirs remains one of the best publishing experiences I’ve had, from submission right the way through to publication. They’ve published some terrific stories and provided an excellent potential market for us writers. I was dismayed by their news over the summer that they’d been decimated by online banking fraud and lost all their funds. As a result, they had to close the magazine with no guarantee they’d be able to return.
But… they’ve recently launched a Kickstarter to do just that! They’re planning to bring back all the great stuff they published before, as well as a brand new Rookie Author feature, as described here:
‘Being a new author is…
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