November Editorial

Welcome back to another issue of The Big Click, and to another first! Or set of firsts, anyway. In this issue, we have our first returning fiction writer, with Marc E. Fitch and his tale “Caimano-Man.” We also have our first historical noir, “Bradigan’s Skin” by Brian Thornton.

We’re also working on another first. Editor Seth Cadin is currently reading for our marginalized noir issue—to submit fiction you must be a woman, or queer/LGBT, or of a proletarian background, or an immigrant. Seth runs our Twitter account these days, so that’s the best way to get information about it. Finally, you can submit to the magazine… unless you’re middle class, heterosexual, white, and a man. Luckily, given the state of the economy, very few people are middle class these days.

And speaking of the economy, please please do buy our ebook issues, or subscribe! That’s what keeps The Big Click going. Barry Graham and Tom Pic, not to mention our fiction writers, don’t work for free! (Your editors, however, do.)

About the Author

The Editors

Jeremiah Tolbert is a web designer, writer, and photographer living in Tonganoxie, Kansas.

Nick Mamatas is a writer and editor living in Berkeley, California.

Seth Cadin is an East Bay artist and editor who also sometimes trades stories for money.

Molly Tanzer writes and edits in Boulder, Colorado.



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