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Flash Giveaway: TLJ Vol. XI The Butterfly Effect

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We are giving away free digital copies of the Torrid Literature Journal Vol. XI – The Butterfly Effect.

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Torrid Literature Journal (Vol. XI)


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Synopsis: TL Publishing Group kicks off the second half of their year with the release of the Torrid Literature Journal – Volume XI The Butterfly Effect. This volume highlights the timeless power of art as voices from around the world come together in this single issue. The literature inside of Volume XI is as relevant today as it will be in the future. If you’re curious as to how writers can capture and memorialize a moment of time then this issue is a must read. Artists have the ability to hold people’s emotions and their psyche captive to their imagination and will as they create works of art that seem impossible until it’s been done.

One of the significant features worth mentioning is the new interview with A.J. Huffman, owner of Kind of a Hurricane Press. As someone who has experience as both a writer and an editor, Huffman has some great words of wisdom to impart upon anyone looking to step into the literary field.

True to its nature, TL Publishing Group doesn’t fall short of its goal to provide readers with literary content that will leave them inspired and motivated. Their poetry and fiction section, which makes up the bulk of the issue, is filled with over 30 poems and short stories that cover a multitude of topics from love and loss to dreams, identity, and faith.

Overall, these writers will astonish readers with their phenomenal and unique writing style. It’s not just what they say but how they say what needs to be said. Whether they’re making a repeat appearance or it’s their first time gracing the pages, readers will quickly become attached the literary content that can only be found within the pages of the Torrid Literature Journal.

What’s more, TL Publishing Group always announces their latest literary project and/or event. You don’t want to miss out on the exciting events and publications they have in store for the literary community.

Contributors: Brandon Berman; Changming Yuan ; Jedidaiah Joy Herrera; Gwendylyn Martin; Marcelo Muianga; Richard O’Brien; Kay Gosack; Levi Archer; Joanna Kurowska; Mariel Arriola; James Sutton; Kayla Pumphrey; Tanya Dickinson; Michelle Bayha; Gerald Bergeron; Rebecca Stapley; Rachael Stanford; Erren Geraud Kelly; Thomas Piekarski; Alexandra Cannon; Michael Wakefield; Peycho Kanev; Brittany Gilbert; Amy S. Pacini; Anne Marie Bise; Lauren McCall; Jules A. Riley; Barbara Brockway; G.L. Snodgrass; Frank Scozzari; Stacy Stepanovich

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The Torrid Literature Journal is a quarterly publication that features interviews, book reviews, articles, poems, and short stories. If you would like to submit your unpublished work for consideration, please click here.

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Call For Writers & Articles

It’s that time again. We are looking for professional authors, poets, editors, and publishers to write articles that weigh in on the latest topics that affect the literary industry today. We are looking for articles for Volume IV of the Torrid Literature Journal. This journal will be made available to the public online and in print October 1, 2012. In the past, several extraordinary and diverse literary professionals (Valerie Douglas, Oneal Walters, C.S. Splitter, Tricia Kristufek) have blessed our readers by providing in depth articles on various topics. We look forward to working with more literary professionals in the future. If you are interested, please send an email to our editor, Alice Saunders, at asaunders@torridliterature.com.

Several topics of interest: 

1) Writing Your First Manuscript: Common Mistakes to Avoid

 2) How to market your book professionally and effectively

 3) Publishing Scams: Warnings Signs to Look Out For

 This list is not exclusive. If you have another topic you would like to write on, please send contact me. We can become an even bigger blessing when we work together.

To learn more about the Torrid Literature Journal, please visit our website:

http://torridliterature.com.

 

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