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‘Enter Sandman, Exit Light’ published in Tincture Journal #9

Issue Nine has landed

Fiction, Poetry, Creative Non-Fiction and Interviews from our favourite writers

Fiction by Nick Marland, Ramon Glazov, Tayne Ephraim, Amelia Marshall, Anna Spargo-Ryan, Bel Woods, Laura McPhee Browne, Cathy Adams, Guy Salvidge, Katherine Robb and Jeff Meisner. Poetry by Matt Hetherington, Mark William Jackson, Anne Elvey, Les Wicks, Ica (Veronika) Gvozdeva, Jonathan Hadwen and Michele Seminara. Creative Non-Fiction by Miodrag Kojadinović, Cindy Matthews, Bastian Fox Phelan and Sean Lynch

It’s been a fairly long time between story publications – just over a year – but I’m happy to report that my story ‘Enter Sandman, Exit Light’ has just been published in the e-pages of Tincture Journal #9. Editor Daniel Young has done an incredible job of bringing this publication to life over the past two years. I’m impressed, not only with the outstanding work in these pages, but also by the fact that Tincture has continued to come out quarterly for two years while continuing to pay writers for their work. I had a story in the first issue and, to be honest, I wasn’t necessarily expecting the journal to be going strong after two years when so many others seem to fall by the wayside, but credit must go to Daniel and his team.

Each issue of Tincture Journal is available for $8 in either epub or mobi format, and you can buy the 2014 Bundle, including four issues, for a measly $12.50. This magazine is a great showcase of emerging talent from Australia and elsewhere in the world. My story in this issue, ‘Enter Sandman, Exit Light’, is a ‘Housos vs Raymond Carver’ tale of Rufus, an angry young man with one thing on his mind and Amelie, his long-suffering partner. I’m quite proud of this one!

Get yourself a Tincture!

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