A short piece from us that looks at 3 recent or upcoming books: https://scribebase.wordpress.com/september-spotlight/. Any on your to-read list? Let us know! Also posted in the Winter 2019 issue; if you have a few upcoming releases on your to-read list and want to write a paragraph or two about them, we'll consider it! Book reviews, … Continue reading September Book Spotlight: Recent and Upcoming Releases
A new poem has been added to the Autumn 2019 issue! The Monster of Glamis by Richard Stevenson. Also: the submission window for Winter 2019 is open; contributors will retain all rights to any accepted pieces. Only pieces you still own the rights to will be considered (unpublished pieces make this process easier; but published … Continue reading Autumn 2019 Update
Three new poems have been added to the Autumn 2019 issue! Check out the issue in its entirety here (under the Past Issues -> 2019 section) strong women aren't always shown mercy by Linda M. Crate when the pain comes by Linda M. Crate could've just let me grieve by Linda M. Crate
Two more submissions have been accepted and posted on for the Autumn 2019 issue! View all current accepted submissions here. Both are by Jane Dougherty, who published two poems in our Winter 2014 (Scribe Base's first) issue!
The first accepted poetry submission for the Autumn 2019 issue has now been posted! Check it out here. A full list of all accepted submissions will appear here. I'll also, after the submission window has been closed and all submissions have been reviewed, create a PDF copy of the submissions (if anyone has artwork or … Continue reading Downtown Lullaby by Carter Vance
Willa Cather is an author I've only recently come across. Read her My Antonia last year and O Pioneers! this year. I enjoyed them both, by the former work more so. She also happens to a have a vast array of short stories she's written; her "The Way of the World" is one that fans of her novels … Continue reading Cather’s “The Way of the World”
I'm wanting to get the site back together, so let's plan for an Autumn 2019 issue, with a deadline of August 31st. Prose, poetry, non-fiction, and more will be considered; all authors & artists will retain copyrights of their submission(s).