Welcoming a New Partner

Welcoming a New Partner

Litbreaker Media is happy to welcome Dragswolf to our network:

A blog focused primarily on literary works by indigenous creatives with some culture thrown in occasionally.

 

Hi, I’m Steve Dragswolf, an enrolled member of the Mandan, Hidatsa, & Arikara Nation born in North Dakota and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico. My heart is for the indigenous of the Americas. I am passionate about American Indian culture, literacy, and survival among Indian youth.

Welcoming New Partners to Litbreaker

Welcoming New Partners to Litbreaker

Litbreaker is happy to welcome Yellow Brick Reading to our network.

I started blogging about a year ago, I figure since I read a lot and already post reviews on Amazon I might as well start a blog. From there things lead to where I am today. While on the journey I have met some great people who helped me more than they can imagine. I post not only book reviews, I also participate in challenges and special events. There is always coming new going on, so be sure to check out the blog often, or sign up for the newsletter.

Welcoming New Partners

Welcoming New Partners

Litbreaker is happy to welcome The Rusty Toque to our advertising network.

The Rusty Toque is a contemporary online literary and arts journal from Ontario.

The Rusty Toque strives to publish innovative literary writing, film, reviews, and visual art nationally and internationally in the spring and fall of each year.

We have an ongoing interview series, RUSTY TALK, a review series, RUSTY RECOMMENDS, and a SPECIAL FEATURES section where we publish writing, films, art, and reviews in between issues.

We welcome submissions from emerging and established writers. Check out our Submission Guidelines.

The Rusty Toque is an independent publication.

Welcoming New Partners

Welcoming New Partners

We extend a welcome to a new member of our network, Blunderbuss Magazine.

“We are Blunderbuss Magazine, a web magazine of arts, culture, and politics, an ordnance of fire and improvisation. What ties together these essays, stories, poems, photographs, comics, and other bits of aesthetic shrapnel is a common attitude of visceral humanism. We aim for earnest noise. We want to splash in the mud of lived experience, to battle for a radical empathy, and to provide a megaphone to howling assertions of human subjectivity.”