North of Onhava

Official Website of Novelist and Screenwriter James Greer

Category: literary magazines

Joyland Retro

The excellent literary site Joyland, which describes itself as a “hub for short fiction” because it’s a hub for short fiction, has come out with the first of a planned biannual series of print journals consisting of pieces that have previously appeared on the site. The first Joyland Retro (it’s retro because it’s printed on […]

Items of Great Interest

A few items of interest to readers of North of Onhava, and possibly to normal people, too: 1. An excerpt from my novel-in-progress is available for your reading pleasure at Joyland NYC. As far as I can tell, it’s set in a kind of pre-apocalyptic Paris, and contains at least two characters who may not […]

The Rattling Wall

Another day, another promising new literary magazine in Los Angeles to which I contributed a story about I forget what. And another launch party or reading and reception or I’m not sure exactly what, to which you (and you) are invited. More information about The Rattling Wall and its star-studded (obviously I don’t mean me) […]