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    April 17, 2012


    Michael Stuart

    What are the rules ?

    Dan Wickett

    The rules? No rules that I can think of beyond hoping that anybody using that logo on their own site will give credit to Steven.

    Around here SSM has changed annually--this year I hope to focus on some forthcoming or recently released short story collections, on a couple of authors that are/were predominantly short story writers, probably bring back some old EWN reviews of great story collections from the past and I've got some guest posts coming in as well.

    In the past we've had roundtable discussions about specific collections, reviewed individual stories from journals and collections, and simply had fun enjoying the short story form for a month.

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