Thursday, October 21, 2010

November Edition of SKIVE Magazine celebrates Americana

Nov. 2010
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1 Nov. 2010
And if you are wondering why I am mentioning this ...

I just received word from Editor Matthew Ward that my poem "Once Was A Banker" will appear in the November 2010 "Americana" issue.  Skive Magazine has published 506 Authors published since 2003! Check out the roster of past contributors at  and those knock-'em-dead covers.

And if you are wondering what that magazine name is all about I found this information on contributor Scott Taylor's All Night Diner blogspot:

skive: verb, infinitive to skive, third person singular skives, simple past skived

To avoid one's assigned work or duty. To slack off.

Scott's story "Club for Exceptional Gentlemen"  appeared the August 2010 "Vampire$, we're all cashing in on Twilight" issue. Friend, Daniel de Culla, has poetry in the same issue.   Here are the comments posted on LULU for this past issue:

"Amazing. The stories are chilling, beautiful, haunting and vivid. The poetry is stellar. And the issue itself is aesthetically appealing with a great montage on the back cover. I've been very pleased with my copy and look forward to the next." -- KAKEITH
"An excellent read! Skive just seems to get better. " -- ANDREW SCOBIE

Aug. 2010
And you know how much I love vampires so I've just ordered my copy and am very much looking forward to receiving both issues.

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