Void magazine


Void magazine

"Void Magazine" is a user-generated, ad-supported online periodical that publishes literary work by new and established authors each month. The content in each issue is comprised of original fiction, poetry, essays, interviews, and literary critique, as well as monthly editorials written by the staff. Void's mission is to bridge the gap between mainstream and independent literature and give exposure to writers whose work may be ignored by the extremes. Void also serves as a resource for contemporary readers and writers seeking more information on writing, publishing, and literature.

Founded by writer/editor Chris Steib in April 2005, "Void Magazine" received widespread acclaim from mass-market and independent publishers alike, as well as other literature- and culture-related websites such as [http://www.gothamist.com/archives/2005/08/09/chris_steib_founder_editor-in-chief_void_magazine.php Gothamist] , [http://www.compulsivereader.com/html/index.php?name=News&file=article&sid=1049 The Compulsive Reader] , Gawker.com, [http://www.mediabistro.com/mbtoolbox/avantguild_member_of_the_week/avantguild_member_of_the_week_chris_steib_22623.asp Media Bistro] , and [http://www.twodollarradio.com The Two Dollar Radio Movement.] The magazine features approximately ten new writers and produces more than a dozen new pieces of content each month.

Previous contributors and featured interviews include:
DBC Pierre, Booker Prize-winning author of 'Vernon God Little'
Elizabeth Hartley Winthrop, author of 'Fireworks'
Aimee Bender, author of "Willful Creatures"
Clay McLeod Chapman, author of "miss corpus" and "rest area"
Ed Minus, author of "Kite"
Jacob Slichter, author of "So You Wanna Be a Rock & Roll Star"
Julie Mars, author of "A Month of Sundays"
Joan Schweighardt, author of "Gudrun's Tapestry" and founder of GreyCore Press
Kate Niles, author of "The Basket Maker"
Marc Bojanowski, author of "The Dog Fighter"
Eric Obenauf, author of "Can You Hear Me Screaming" and founder of The Two Dollar Radio Movement
Damian McNicholl, author of "A Son Called Gabriel"
Magdalena Ball, founder of The Compulsive Reader

A complete list of contributors is available [http://www.voidmagazine.com/contributors.html here] ; the editorial staff is listed [http://www.voidmagazine.com/masthead.html here] .

External links

* [http://www.voidmagazine.com/ Void Magazine Home page]


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