HOOT is a magazine on a postcard. Authors from around the world submit their microfiction (very short stories), nonfiction, and poetry to us. Every month, we select one piece to be published on the front of a 4″ x 6″ postcard. We then design a visual element to match the writing, and mail the issue […]
HOOT Print Issue 3 – December 2011 “Circus Life” – nonfiction by William Henderson. To purchase copies of this issue (which can be used as postcards), please go here and specify “Issue #3″ at checkout. Read our current online issue, too, here! Will Henderson can be found in Boston, tooling around with his children, […]
HOOT Print Issue 2 – November 2011 To purchase copies of this issue (which can be used as postcards), please go here and specify “Issue #2″ at checkout. “Poem” – poetry by John Steen. John Steen returned to Atlanta last year to complete a PhD in Comparative Literature at Emory University. He rides a teal […]
HOOT Print Issue 1 – October 2011 “Are We the Dining Dead?” – fiction by J. Bradley. To purchase copies of this issue (which can be used as postcards), please go here and specify “Issue #1″ at checkout. J. Bradley is a contributing writer to Specter Magazine and the Interviews Editor of PANK Magazine. He […]
“Pool” – fiction by Rowan Beaird. Rowan Beaird‘s fiction has appeared in The Missing Slate and Compose. She is the former Program Manager of Grub Street in Boston, and is currently heading back to America after a year teaching English in Japan.