New Literature Online

Current Issue

Pushing Boundaries/Breaking Barriers

Our spring 2017 echapbook anthology explores the outer boundaries of human experience and endurance. Pushing Boundaries • Breaking Barriers features fiction by by Daniel M. Jaffe, Steven Ostrowski and Erika Staiger; nonfiction by Samuel R. George, Darryl Graff and Eileen McGorry; poetry by Leah Angstman, Joseph Buehler, Josephine Cariño, Leonore Hildebrandt, Michelle Perez and Maggie Rosen.

If you share our enthusiasm for the stories, poems and memoirs on this site, as well as our conviction that authors should be paid for their work, we hope you will consider supporting us with a donation. Details here.

With our current issue, Wordrunner eChapbooks has published 30 online chapbooks — 13 fiction, 5 memoir and 5 poetry collections, each featuring one author — and 7 themed anthologies by multiple authors. We are pleased and proud to be showcasing these diverse and talented writers, whether they be emerging newbies or old hands with a long list of publishing credits. We read submissions blind, always on the alert for genuinely excellent writing.

Previously published echapbooks may be read in the ARCHIVES or ordered as Kindle or Smashwords ebooks. We are building a back list of e-publications in our e-STORE that can be added to your personal library. Older issues and the annual anthologies are not available as ebooks but as dowloadable pdf files.

Each collection has its own professional design. We collaborate with authors to edit their work, and all authors are paid.

In many (though not all) issues, hyperlinks to photos, videos, background articles, maps, poetry and artwork add new dimensions to the online reading experience.

Please visit the site again and often. We will be offering our readers a wide variety of original, high quality writing in the years to come.

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