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The Bohemyth will be publishing a special Bloomsday Issue on June 16th to celebrate James Joyce’s Ulysses and Dublin, the UNESCO City of Literature. www.columba.ie, Cork University Press/Attic Press 1850 325 325, 0845 309 8142 (NI) Check out our submissions guidelines here. A twice-yearly print journal featuring longform narrative essays, original fiction and interviews. firstname.lastname@example.org Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. If you are submitting these, please make sure you include the originals with your translations and secure permissions from the copyright holders, where applicable, prior to submitting. Short stories should always be just as long (or as short) as they need to be. http://www.tramppress.com/, The Yellow Nib http://abridgedonline.com/, The Bohemyth ( Log Out / The Bohemyth is a new online literary journal publishing short fiction pieces alongside beautiful photography. 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