It's been a something else kind of year, hasn't it? With COVID concerns and other ailments, it's been an insane kind of ride. Back in December right before all this insanity began to ramp up here in the United State, especially in the west, we had an idea to put together an anthology with a … Continue reading Tales from the Campfire Release
It's been an interesting year. When I started Absaroka Press, it was with the intention of publishing a magazine. When looked like it wasn't going to happen, rather than pack everything up and calling it quits, I simply refocused my efforts to different projects. Overall, I wanted to work with other authors and writers to … Continue reading Hello 2020
Photo by Johan Bos on Pexels.com I am sorry to announce that the E-zine, baasho, is being put on the shelf for the foreseeable future. It is with a bit of sadness that this project is being cancelled as the funding needed did not come through. However, we continue to look forward to other projects … Continue reading No Magazine
Style guides. Some writers use them, some don't. For the longest time there was a part of my brain that didn't pay any heed to them. It reminded me when I was in high school and college and using the dreaded MLA guides to create my term and final papers. I wasn't writing academia anymore, … Continue reading Stylin’
Good day everyone! I am looking for a little extra help in getting baasho filled up with awesome content. In addition to seeking short story submissions, I am also looking for writers that have an interest in creating editorial content for baasho. I wish I could pay for this content, however when things take off, … Continue reading Get Your Byline Here!
Well, this is it. The moment where I toss this out online for the world to see. What had started out over an idea over coffee has been coming to life. The culmination of that idea being my first literary journal in over a decade and a half. So, Absaroka Press is happy to announce … Continue reading Submissions for baasho are Open
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