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Issue Four – Winter 2018

Featuring thirty-three high-quality submissions. 180 pages of art directly to you for $12 from Amazon. C. Ellen Stewart lawyers during the day and writes at night. She lives in Southern Illinois with a sassy Jack...

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Ami and Tsuki by Delvon T. Mattingly

This story will be appearing in print in the fourth issue of Furtive Dalliance, available Winter 2018. Dozens of kittens were aligned in adjacent kennels, some meowing to be noticed, others taking their afternoon...

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Hiatus

It’s with a breath of sadness that I type this, but after the Winter issue, FDLR will be taking a hiatus. I’m not sure how long it will be, or if it will even...

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Issue Three – Fall 2018

Featuring twenty-one high-quality submissions. 140 pages of art directly to you for $12 from Amazon. Doug Hawley, a former actuary, has a hundred or so things published. His bibliography includes memoirs, essays, genre and general...

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Slow Boat by Paul Pekin

This story will be appearing in print in the third issue of Furtive Dalliance, available Fall 2018. When I was young I knew a girl everybody got to, well, you know the word. If...

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Issue Two / Summer 2018

Featuring seven poets and twenty-two fiction writers. 200 pages of art directly to you for $12 from Amazon. A. E. Herting is an aspiring freelance writer and busy mother of three living in colorful...

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Going to Print!

  Issue Two will be going to print on schedule on the 15th. Design and formatting is complete, just have the final editing to do and we’ll be off to the races. A sincere...

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The Orchard Farmer by Robert Geyer

This story will be appearing in print in the second issue of Furtive Dalliance, available Summer 2018. From the top of the hill overlooking our orchard, I could see the American River off in...

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Issue Two/Summer 2018

The deadline for Issue Two has been extended to the 7th of June! We still plan on going to print at the same time, around the middle of the month. For those of you...

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A Note on Submissions

Lately, we’ve been getting a lot of submissions that are a little bit irksome. When a writer is submitting a piece (or pieces) to a publication for world-wide reach and recognition, you’d think they...