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October 8, 2015
They're Here: Grace Krilanovich's The Orange Eats Creeps

In this blog series, we’ll explore the contributions women have made to the horror genre throughout history. With reviews, recommendations, and reading lists, we hope to help you discover some new, spine-chilling reads (and watches) for the month of October. If you’ve got a book or movie you’d like to review, or a short reading […]

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October 7, 2015
Now You Hear Us: Quaint Contributors Read Their Work

On Saturday it was a pleasure and privilege to host the Quaint Digital Launch Party, where a bunch of awesome people shared their work with us--both pieces published in Quaint, and pieces not--and we celebrated the HTML and PDF release of our fifth issue. In addition to being available in print, you can now also […]

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October 7, 2015
They're Here: Shirley Jackson's We Have Always Lived in the Castle

In this blog series, we’ll explore the contributions women have made to the horror genre throughout history. With reviews, recommendations, and reading lists, we hope to help you discover some new, spine-chilling reads (and watches) for the month of October. If you’ve got a book or movie you’d like to review, or a short reading […]

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October 6, 2015
They're Here: Ursula Le Guin's The Lathe of Heaven

In this blog series, we’ll explore the contributions women have made to the horror genre throughout history. With reviews, recommendations, and reading lists, we hope to help you discover some new, spine-chilling reads (and watches) for the month of October. If you’ve got a book or movie you’d like to review, or a short reading […]

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October 4, 2015
Quaint Nominations for Best of the Net

Quaint is thrilled to announce our nominations for Sundress Publications' Best of the Net 2015 Anthology. Best of the Net is an annual anthology edited by Erin Elizabeth Smith, Darren C. Demarree, and T.A. Noonan that seeks to acknowledge and promote exceptional work from a diverse range of voices that has been published online. Our […]

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October 4, 2015
They're Here: Catherynne Valente's The Labyrinth

In this blog series, we’ll explore the contributions women have made to the horror genre throughout history. With reviews, recommendations, and reading lists, we hope to help you discover some new, spine-chilling reads (and watches) for the month of October. If you’ve got a book or movie you’d like to review, or a short reading […]

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October 3, 2015
They're Here: The Women of Horror

In this blog series, we'll explore the contributions women have made to the horror genre throughout history. With reviews, recommendations, and reading lists, we hope to help you discover some new, spine-chilling reads (and watches) for the month of October. If you've got a book or movie you'd like to review, or a short reading […]

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September 25, 2015
Interview: Inés Estrada (Issue 5 Cover Artist)

We were so thrilled when Mexican artist, illustrator, and cartoonist Inés Estrada agreed to let us use her work for the cover of Quaint's 5th issue. Inés is an incredibly accomplished visual artist, and her work has appeared in The Believer, Travesías, and The New York Times to name but a few. She was also the […]

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September 15, 2015
Review: Welcome to Your New Life with You Being Happy

Around this time last year we declared Alt Lit to be dead. But of course, in the world of poetry and creative writing, nothing really stays dead. Writers are horror-movie doctors and necromancers; it’s our job to resurrect the deceased, to cut open bodies, to pick through corpses and see what we can make use […]

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September 10, 2015
Born to the Beat: New Orleans Poetry Festival

We took a moment to interview Nordette Adams, Quaint Issue 5 contributor and official representative/organizer of the National Beat Poetry Festival's New Orleans event. The event will take place on Saturday September 12th from 2pm - 6pm at Morning Call in City Park. With a host of readers, live music, and more, you definitely don't want […]

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