It’s been about two weeks now, but it’s still exciting to share the news:
Niche Literary Magazine issue No. 5 is now available online!
The team at Niche, myself included, have worked really hard to put out an excellent issue, and we couldn’t be more proud. It’s always a labor of unrestricted love to read through submissions and create a beautiful product for everyone to enjoy.
In this issue, we’re proud to feature some amazing authors and artists:
Agastya Ma’ii – Micro Fiction
Alison Silverglad – Micro Fiction
Anya Sparks – Micro Fiction
Ariel Hafeman – Creative Nonfiction (CNF)
Christine Kendall – Micro Fiction
Chrystal Berche – Art
Clinton Inman – Art
Daniel Sundahl – Poetry
Dr. Gerard Sarnat – Poetry & Micro Fiction
Holly Day – Art
J.E. Robinson – Creative Nonfiction (CNF)
Jahla Seppanen – Fiction
Jean Kim – Poetry
Jesse Sensibar – Micro Fiction
Julie Ascarrunz – Poetry
Melissa Valentine – Creative Nonfiction (CNF)
Mike Cole – Poetry
Nicolas Poynter – Fiction
Nina Skaya – Fiction
Pearl A. Hodges – Art
Samantha D. Hardcastle – Art
Sara Catlett – Art
Thomas Gillaspy – Art/Photography
Tim Jurney – Poetry
As always, Managing Editor Katya Cummins has done a lot to put this issue out, and Maria Surawska has once again assembled and designed a fantastic looking issue.
Niche No. 5 is available to view online for free via Issuu.
You can always purchase:
- A digital version of Niche No. 5 through Etsy.
- A digital version of Niche No. 5 through Niche’s website.
- Print-on-demand copies of Niche No. 5 through Peecho.
Once you’ve read it, please let me know your thoughts! And if you have any questions about submitting work to be featured on our website, don’t be afraid to reach out. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Twitter.