We’re honored to have “Three atheists and a Mormon walk into a café” published in the special Atheist issue of Crab Fat Magazine. Crab Fat publishes monthly, including a best of anthology every year in June. Their Atheist issue is an intriguing variety of art, poetry, and short prose. Just enough reading to go with a couple of cups of coffee in the morning.
“Crab Fat Magazine is founded on the principles of inclusive & diverse writing/publishing. This means we actively seek work from marginalized people. Please submit to us if you are a POC, a queer/trans person, a disabled person, a woman/femme/nonbinary person, a neurodivergent person, a trauma survivor, a nonreligious/atheist/pagan person, or any other person that is often underrepresented in media. We want to make space for you. We want to hear your voice.”
Crab Fat is currently open for submissions and accepts poetry, flash fiction, short fiction, creative non-fiction, visual art, and book reviews on a rolling basis. Crab Fat is under the umbrella of Damaged Goods Publications, which also accept chapbook submissions for Damaged Goods Press.
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FORMS: poetry, flash fiction, short fiction, creative non-fiction, visual art, and book reviews