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Welcoming New Partners 2/16/2015

Welcoming New Partners 2/16/2015

The Litbreaker Ad Network loves welcoming new partners. Today we welcome:

FORTH MAGAZINE:Throughout history, the one element that has made us uniquely human is the ability to make art. This fascinating element of the human condition includes the capacity to think creatively, to produce ideas and images that help us figure out what our thoughts and feelings really mean, and to share them with the world at the click of a button. So here, in these strange digital pages, we explore, expose, and celebrate this forward-moving, always-evolving creative energy that makes us human. We focus on exploring not just the art, but the artists who always have, and always will, drive humanity forth. In the end, we hope to be an additional, tiny vehicle for the engine of creativity. To growl and move forward.

TENTACLE BOOKS: PART OF THE PISSED OFF GEEK NETWORK What do you fear the most? This is a question that’s been mulling around in my head for quite a few years and I’ve never truly come to a conclusion, seeing as the question has many variations to consider. Speculative authors (fantasy, sci-fi and horror genre authors), need to consider not only their greatest fears when writing, but also whether those fears will be able to spark the same terror in their readers. In other words, a question like: What do you fear the most? may adapt to take another form, such as: Would your greatest fear be acceptable from a marketing point of view? This may take the magic out of writing for most, but if you are creative enough it won’t stand in your way.

EMPTY MIRROR: Established in 2000 as a bookselling site specializing in collectible Beat Generation and small press poetry books, over the past decade, EM has morphed into an online arts magazine. In early 2012, we re-launched the revitalized site in a fresh format. We still love the Beats and poetry, but also have expanded the conversation to other types of literature, film, music, and art.

Welcoming New Partners 1/5/2015

Welcoming New Partners 1/5/2015

Happy New Year! The Litbreaker Ad Network loves welcoming new members. Today we welcome:

 

The Gilmore Guide to Books

Connecting Books and Readers One Review at a Time

I started early on with gateway books like Dick and Jane and rapidly progressed to the more hardcore stuff: One Hundred Years of Solitude and Bleak House. My parents figured out that sending me to my room was not punishment but the equivalent of Shangri-La. Like many a reader I harbored dreams of being a famous author but they were crushed when it was decided that my seminal work, Tricky the Elf, had no franchise or branding value.

Welcoming New Partners 12/8/2014

Welcoming New Partners 12/8/2014

The Litbreaker Ad Network loves welcoming new partners. Today we welcome:   TATTOO GIRL READS I’m a 20 something lover of books with 33 tattoos. I have a boy’s name thus the handle Tattoogirl so there are no questions about my gender ^.^. I mostly read, Comics/graphic novels, YA and Paranormal genres but I branch out. Sometimes voluntarily (Japanese fiction, action, etc.) sometimes by force (See Crap My Husband Makes Me Read). I’ve recently moved back to the US from Japan and decided that it was time to put all those reviews on my Goodreads page and my personal blog on a blog dedicated to my favorite addiction: books!   NARRATIVE MAGAZINE  

Sequestrum

A sequestrum is a necrotic bone fragment, identifiable by its separation from standard skeletal structures. Despite its autonomy, these slivers retain the phosphates and marrows of their source. A sequestrum is a remnant, independent yet interconnected to its origin. And so is the writing we publish. Sequestrum is a journal of short prose and poetry. We publish concise, evocative writing that couldn’t exist in any other form, yet reminds us of the breadth and scope of longer works. Brew us in the morning to swirl with your coffee grounds, or let our bones rattle and sing their skeleton song on your daily subway ride. In the whir of modern life, we spread our splintered dreams under your feet; tread softly, for you tread on our dreams—be them home to many a jagged, toothy edge.