Reading Period Opened for Submissions to Nothing. No One. Nowhere.

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A new release for Nothing. No One. Nowhere. heralds a call for submissions and an open reading period that began on March 1, 2015. First announced on the press’ social media accounts, Virgogray is seeking submissions of poetry, fiction, articles on poetry, art and related themes, literary reviews, photography and art for the re-launch of Nothing. No One. Nowhere. Submission period will run from March 1st thru April 20th, 2015. Full details are disclosed at the journal’s website http://www.nothingnoonenowhere.com/. The website, which is currently in the process of updating, will soon feature all content from the first volume of Nothing. No One. Nowhere., to include poetry, interviews, art and more. While content on the website is free, if readers are interested in owning a copy of Nothing. No One. Nowhere., issues 2-5 are available at the NNN website. The release date for Nothing. No One. Nowhere. Vol. 2 No. 1 will be announced soon. In the meantime, it appears submissions are already coming in, and I look forward to reading. Take care.

Fifth Issue of Nothing. No One. Nowhere. Out Now

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Virgogray Press is pleased to present the fifth issue of Nothing. No One. Nowhere. The literary and arts culture magazine returns in a jam packed issue– over 90 pages!— of poetry, ficition, essays and more! This issue has been guest edited by author, Sonnet Mondal and brings together a rich text of literature and critical analysis. When Virgogray first put out its call for a guest editor to fill in the duties involving selection and content, Sonnet was among the first to reply. It is a great pleasure to see the magnum opus he has crafted, a deep reservoir to enjoy and to invoke inspiration and thought-processes. More information on Nothing. No One. Nowhere. can be found at http://www.nothingnoonenowhere.com.  Here’s the content of this issue:



Poetry 

A Matter of Life
Aquarium
by Vihang A. Naik

These Absorbent Days
The Best Interest Flower Bouquet
by David S. Pointer

Things I used to Want to Write About
by Eugenia Tan

Fiction

The Case of the Missing Shoe
by Dr. Bina Biswas

Questions Answered
by Matthew Wilson

Serein
by James Robinson

Essays

The Moping Owl: The Eptiome of Melancholy
By Zinia Mitra

Identity Issues in the Poetry of Nissim Eziekiel
by Dr. Arvind Nawale & Prashant Mothe

Girish Karnad’s Hayavadana and Angela Carter’s
Night at the Circus: A Comparative Study of Indian
and Western Traditions of Story Telling
by Dr. Shamenz

Gary Soto’s Vision of Chicano Experiences:
The Elements of San Joaquin and Human Nature
By Dr. Paula Hayes


Music Reviews

Clan of Xymox: Kindred Spirit
Review by M.A. Casares

Vitesse: Chelsea
Review by M.A. Casares