Pure Slush published stories, poems and non-fiction online from 2010 to 2017. You will find most of these listed (and linked to) below.
We began publishing in print in 2011, and continue to do so.
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the theme is mirror ...
A Smörgåsbord of cake is the general idea ...
the theme is suit ...
The Suit, or 15 Reasons You Can't Really Date Superman - by Sally Reno - 30 March
Pure Slush starts its serial story Don't Kill Me I'm in Love ...
To celebrate four years of publishing, the theme for December 2014 is 'four'.
Writers with print volumes published by Pure Slush have been asked to contribute a story ... plus Susan Gibb, who is the very first writer to have been published by Pure Slush.
Other writers whose work will take us through January and February 2015, include Gill Hoffs, Abha Iyengar, Nancy Stohlman, Dusty-Anne Rhodes, Gary Percesepe, Susan Tepper, Stephen V. Ramey and Carolyn Cordon.
Stay tuned for more ...
... travellin’s almost done ...
But people don't just live or die, people just float - by Romy Needham - 25 October
... and travellin' some more ...
And Travel keeps on truckin' ...
... yet more Travel ...
... more Travel ...
Orbiting the British Isles with a Ukulele and Kazoo - by Elaine Chiew - 12 March
continuing A Year of Travel ...
In the lead-in to 2014 - a Year of Travel, four writers were asked to contribute stories about travel preparation.
And to celebrate Pure Slush's third birthday, find all the entires in the 3rd anniversary competition by clicking here.
Truth in Advertising 4: I'm Dreaming of a Black Friday: Ode to Skymall - by Diana J. Wynne - 29 December (n/f)
The fiction theme is Virtualism. There is no theme for non-fiction.
The theme for fiction and non-fiction is cities.
The theme for fiction and non-fiction is India.
The theme for fiction is food and drinks. There is no theme for non-fiction.
The theme for fiction is seasons. There is no theme for non-fiction.
The theme for fiction is music. There is no theme for non-fiction.
The theme for fiction is age. There is no theme for non-fiction.
The theme for fiction is religion. There is no theme for non-fiction.
The theme for both fiction and non-fiction is writing
A Fictional Interview with a Writer of a Lot of Fiction - by Con Chapman - 1 October (n/f)
The World is Running Down - 10 October
Poem - 11 October
Period - 12 October
The Gloom of Sometimes - 13 October
After Rejection - 14 October
Travel, one story per day (fiction or non-fiction) continued in early September. In late September, fiction took a turn with counterpoint, two writers expressing a viewpoint each within a relationship.
The theme is travel, with one story per day (fiction or non-fiction).
There was no theme for July, but instead we had ...
The fiction theme is night. There is no theme for non-fiction (n/f).
The fiction theme is queer. There is no theme for non-fiction (n/f).
The fiction theme is laughter. There is no theme for non-fiction (n/f)
Keep Your Sugar Plum Fairies. Jack the Ripper's the Star of my Dreams - by Joyce Juzwik - 2 April (n/f)
The theme for fiction and non-fiction (n/f) is International Women's Month
The fiction theme is shoes. There is no theme for non-fiction (n/f).
2nd Marine Division, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, 1962 - by David O'Neal- 16 February
The fiction theme is Heat!. There is no theme for non-fiction (n/f)
The Kids are Home Schooled? What's Wrong with Them? - by Joyce Juzwik - 22 January (n/f)