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    “Brevity is the soul of wit.” And of other things, too.

    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 […]

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    “Brevity is the soul of wit.” And of other things, too.

    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 issue 2 November 2011 John Steen

    “Brevity is the soul of wit.” And of other things too.

    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 literary review issue 1 Are We the Dining Dead J. Bradley

    “Brevity is the soul of wit.” And of other things too.

    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 […]

HOOT is a monthly literary magazine. On a postcard!

-We publish current fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and book reviews and are proud to be a 501c3 nonprofit organization.

-Our issues are small and cool looking, so you can also stick 'em on your fridge, or in your husband/wife's briefcase, or leave one on a restaurant table for some random person to enjoy. Imagine, literature that you can pass around!

-At fewer than 150 words an issue (that's shorter than two Twitter tweets!) there's no excuse for you not to read it.

For just $2, we'll mail the current HOOT today to anyone in the United States. With a hand-written, personalized message from you!

Print Issues

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HOOT Postcard 37, October 2014

THE TURNIP by Judith Skillman Judith Skillman’s how to is Broken Lines—The Art & Craft of Poetry, from Lummox Press. Poems have appeared in Poetry, FIELD, Seneca Review, The Iowa Review, Southern Review, Pontoon, & other journals & anthologies. See www.judithskillman.com       To purchase copies of this issue (which can be used as […]