The Fiddleback Resurrection

I'm thrilled to announce The Fiddleback is back online! A brief recap: we published the last issue in 2013 and took the site down a few months later due to time and money constraints. In 2014 we teamed up with Literary Orphans to resurrect the mag as part of their side project, The Rookery, a digital library for online journals in danger of e-death.

The good news is that we're back. The bad news is that we have no plans at this time to publish new issues or accept submissions. Maybe that'll change one day, but for now The Fiddleback exists solely in archival form.

We hope you're as excited as we are to have the content back. In our three years as an active magazine, we published 18 issues and featured more than 250 writers, artists, and musicians. There's a lot of great stuff in there.  Please help spread the word, share links, and enjoy the amazing work by all our contributors.

The Fiddleback Issue #7 is Live and on Fire!

Be Sure to check out the latest issue of The Fiddleback, which also happens to be our one-year anniversary issue. If you like the work we've featured this past year, consider clicking here and donating $5 to our cause. All proceeds go directly toward our overhead. No editor is paid for his or her time—which is considerable. Endless thanks to our contributors and readers. We love you.

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