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Call for Submissions


Ninth Letter will be accepting submissions of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry for a special online edition to be published at ninthletter.com in Winter 2019.  Submissions will be open from September 1 to November 4.

The theme for this issue is Haunting. We can be haunted by things, by people, by places, by moments; by what we’ve done and what’s been done to us. We can be haunted by the past; haunted, even, by the future. We can be haunted by what we know, and by what we never will.Show us what haunts you.

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Now Available! Volume 15, no. 1 - Spring/Summer 2018


Featuring new work from:
Patrick Nathan, Rochelle Hurt, Adrienne Perry, Jehanne Dubrow, Mark Wagenaar, Maggie Smith, Katherine Zlabek, and more! Plus: an interview with William Patrick Corgan!

 

 

Special Feature: Solo Mom Sessions


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