Eos Quarterly: Alexis Henderson

As Helios Quarterly will release four times a year, I wanted a way to stay engaged with the readers and still promote writers on the margins especially. With the submission of a wonderful piece by a woman of color, Eos•Quarterly was born. Eos, Goddess of Dawn and sister to Helios and Selene, will be a…

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Helios Quarterly Vol. 1, Issue 1: Miscommunication

-Subject to Change Until Further Notice- “The sun is new each day.” – Heraclitus Vol. 1, Issue 001 (Theme: Miscommunication) Cover Art: 42 by Devin Francisco Editor’s Corner: New Beginnings by Elizabeth O. Smith Art: BINASA by Sigied Himawan Yudhanto (cranenoir) Poetry: Ventriloquist by Richard King Perkins II (6 Lines) Resonance by Linda Neuer (21 Lines) A Scavenger of…

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Submissions Closed – Vol. 1, Issue 1

Anything submitted before October 1-15 for the next issue will be deleted unread. That’s not including art and photography submissions which are year round. I’ll be sending out an updated newsletter containing sneak peeks of the photos in Vol. 1, Issue 1, the new covers for Issue 1 and 2, and general updates after the…

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Vacation & Limits

Hi all, I’ll be on vacation from June 18th-June 26th, so replies to submissions, etc. might be a little longer. So far there’s a lot of great stories and poetry streaming in! There’s three accepted poems and eight stories for the upcoming issue (give or take). In the meantime spread the news, especially to any…

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Vol. 1, Issue 2: RE_ACTED

UPCOMING ISSUE The secrets being kept from us reveal a world in of themselves. Science fiction has a long speculative history of new technology and species, the likes of which humanity has never seen. The horror genre always aims to excite and instill fear, with depictions of possessions and cruel vengeance. Fantasy literature can always…

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Editor’s Corner: New Horizons

It’s scary going out on a limp, especially when you’re backing it with your own money. I’ve always been fascinated by the power of a short story and poetry in general. I remember reading the Martian Chronicles by Ray Bradbury and imagining myself in his shoes. I wanted to collect all those story ideas already…

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Vol. 1, Issue 1: Miscommunication

Miscommunication is key to conflict. In the realm of science fiction, there’s been the urge to gloss over language with universal translators, or the dominance of the English language far into the future. In horror, communication is largely an issue with supernatural entities and cell phones without service. In fantasy literature, where whole new languages…

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