July 1, 2013
Because we want the best 5th anniversary issue–and because the magazine was born over 4th of July weekend in 2008–the submission period for our summer issue has been extend ONE MORE WEEK. Send us your fiction, your poetry, your art, your celebrations of gay marriage in sci-fi, horror, fantasy, or any other bit of strange you have for us.
New submission period end date: Monday, July 8th.
January 20, 2012
Due to several reasons, over some of which we have had little control, the Chief Editor has decided to delay the publication of what would have been the Winter 2012 issue of Collective Fallout. Instead of publishing two issues this year, Volume Four will consist of only a single volume. The issue will appear in the Summer of 2012, after our Feb – May reading period.
The next reading period begins February 1st! Prepare your manuscripts and bookmark our online submission manager.
July 22, 2010
Disclaimer: Use coupon code BEACHREAD305 at checkout and receive 15% off Collective Fallout Vol 2 No 2. Maximum savings with this promotion is $10. You can only use the code once per account, and you can’t use this coupon in combination with other coupon codes. This great offer ends on August 15, 2010 at 11:59 PM so try not to procrastinate! While very unlikely we do reserve the right to change or revoke this offer at anytime, and of course we cannot offer this coupon where it is against the law to do so.
June 8, 2010
Use coupon code SUMMERREAD305 at checkout and receive 10% off past issues of Collective Fallout. Maximum savings with this promotion is $10. You can only use the code once per account, and you can’t use this coupon in combination with other coupon codes. Sorry, self-purchases (buying books that you’ve published) aren’t eligible. This great offer ends on June 30, 2010 at 11:59 PM so try not to procrastinate! While very unlikely, Lulu does reserve the right to change or revoke this offer at anytime, and of course they cannot offer this coupon where it is against the law to do so.
December 16, 2009
The Editors of Collective Fallout would like to introduce their new members, Assistant Editors Michelle Galo and Gabriel Malloy. Michelle and Gabriel will begin working in January on Volume Two Number 2. We don’t know what they are looking at–but there is apparently something of great importance in the upper right of the screen. New online content?
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Assistant Editor, Michelle Galo
Michelle Galo lives, writes, and teaches in upstate New York to the sounds of sparrows and snowplows. Her poems have appeared in Alehouse and Naugatuck River Review. She enjoys embroiling innocent bystanders in philosophical conversations, baking cookies, lurking in used bookstores, and writing more Vampire: The Masquerade characters than she will ever have time to play.
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Assistant Editor, Gabriel Malloy
Gabriel Malloy is an amateur dishwasher and professional freelance writer currently living in Los Angeles, where he is definitely not working on a screenplay. His interests include tea, BBC Radio 4, mythology, and his ongoing speculative fiction project. His work has previously appeared in Collective Fallout, and he is a finalist for the first Delfino Prize in Queer Genre Fiction.
September 18, 2009
Collective Fallout is looking for cover (full color) and interior (black & white/grayscale) art and photography. Submissions must be “speculative” in nature–genre illustration, surreal, etc.–with apparent queer (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, transexual, intersexual, gender queer, etc.) themes.
We will also consider graphic storytelling (comic book / graphic novel pages) so long as they are black & white or grayscale.
See our submission guidelines for complete details.
June 5, 2009
Collective Fallout would like to introduce two new Associate Editors for our next issue:
Brandon “Our Hero” Gretter is a two-time Lyle B. Shoestring New Hampshire Regional Handsome Dan Award Winner, has sired bastard children with webbed feet the world over, and contains all the nutrients and electrolytes your body needs. Some D words that accurately describe his writing would be: Dashing, Daring, Dynamic, Delicate, Dirigible-like. In his free time, he enjoys bare-knuckle boxing with kangaroos and supping upon edible gold.
Marie Stern is a guinea pig and tattoo enthusiast who likes to draw and write an awful lot. She has a B.A. in the Interdisciplinary Arts from Chester College of New England and is enamored with writing short fiction, sequential art and illustration, book-making, print-making, philosophy, lit-crit, and art history, among many things. She’s had short stories published in Compass Rose and even in the July 2009 issue of Collective Fallout. She also loves the color orange.