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Notes To Keep a Life Going at Metazen

My story “Notes To Keep a Life Going” has been published at Metazen. The story originates from the weekly Flash Factory challenge at Zoetrope where the remit was to write a story using list form. My (absent) character felt very real to me and it was fun to try and convey her in this way.

I like how it looks up at Metazen too.

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  1. I like this form of story where what is omitted tells as much as what is there. Congratulations on the publication. Excellent venue, too.

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  2. Enjoyed. Nice character sketch through the means of notation. The least note was poetry. Sweet. Smells bring you closer to the world.Keep up the good pen. :)x

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  3. Thank you Rachel, McGuire and WRW. I really appreciate you reading and commenting.:D

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  4. I love your site, although can't seem to download Metazen on my bogged-down computer. I've read a lot of your posts and they are very relevant for me. What do you think of simultaneous submissions? I received an acceptance note for a short story from a UK journal, sent out apologies to two other mags and a competition I'd entered, only to be told I'd been longlisted! How nutty is that? I am groaning.

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  5. Hello astrid. Thanks for reading. It's good to hear you are finding some posts relevant. Personally I'm hopeless at sim subbing. I just can't do it. The place I send my story is always the place I want it to go so I don't send it elsewhere in case it is accepted. That's rather time wastey of me. I know plenty of very focused writers who send out sim subs – in a way I think they are more professional than me. Your story must have been good so think of it as a boost and compliment rather than a missed opportunity!:)

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