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TEN with Jessy Randall

This week’s interview features Jessy Randall, co-author of Shape of a Box’s Issue 8. She has four chapbooks published, numerous works published in journals, and her third issue of The Huge Underpants of Gloom is available.

TEN with David Erlewine

We’re thrilled to be halfway through our first fortnightly story (14 tweets) over at PicFic. David Erlewine is the brave soul that attempted this death-defying feat–a feat that subjected him to numerous re-write requests. But he (and we) survived to plant our flag “By Hand” at the top of the tweet-zine mountain. Poor David. He’d barely gotten home from his expedition when we banged on his door (and woke his kids from a nap) demanding an interview. And threatening to pitch our tent in his perfectly-manicured front lawn until he gave us one.

Theme Thursday: New Forms & Shadows

Introducing yet another set of special themes for Form. Reborn and PicFic. While our standard guidelines still apply, we are aggressively seeking:

TEN with Mel Bosworth

PicFic is very pleased to feature multiple works by Mel Bosworth. Mel is the first of our authors to be given the title “Regular Contributor” because his work will be published by us during three (or more) calendar months.

TEN with F.I. Goldhaber

Form.Reborn is very pleased to feature a series of haiku by F.I. Goldhaber this week. Her poetry has appeared in 3 Lights Gallery and The Rambler among many others. Her book-length collection, Pairs of Poems, was published last year by Uncial Press.

TEN with Nathalie Boisard-Beudin

Nathalie Boisard-Beudin is the first contributor to send us a multilingual submission, probably due to the fact that she is a French woman living in Rome, Italy.

TEN with J. Boyer

PicFic launches today on Twitter with a 7-tweet story by J. Boyer. J is a creative writing faculty member at Arizona State University in Tempe.

Theme Thursday: Three Challenges

To spice things up a bit, we’ll post special themes once a week for Form. Reborn and PicFic. Think of them like challenges from your 10 year old best friend–the one who always said “I dare you” or “I bet you can’t.” While our standard guidelines still apply, we are aggressively seeking: