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SUCKER, FREE! (Get it?)

BIG NEWS!
WE ARE FREE TODAY!!!

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SUCKER LITERARY: an anthology, volume 2 is FREE today, tomorrow, and Friday on Amazon in the Kindle store. Click here now to get your FREE copy!

There’s no catch to this. . . now readers can get their hands on SUCKER and write reviews to  post on Amazon and Goodreads.

This FREE promotion is one of several that will be coming up over the next few weeks. We are an indie literary enterprise that relies on volunteers for staff members (there are currently over 25 of us!) and readers to help promote us. So we thank you in advance for your support!

SUCKER LITERARY is a platform for the emerging author of YA fiction, for the daring writer who wants to talk about the real deal of high school and teenage-hood.

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The Story Behind The Story: Claudia Snow Classon’s Angels and Serendipity

Claudia Snow Classon, author of “Angels and Serendipity”
http://wordprowler.blogspot.com/

Last summer I learned that having a second story accepted by SUCKER entitles an author to a whole new level of editorial support. While most literary magazines merely offer a perfunctory assessment of one’s latest blood, sweat, and tears opus, SUCKER ups the ante by providing en suite one-on-one overnight collaboration. Continue reading

The story behind the story: Kathleen Ingraham

Kathleen Ingraham, author of “A Little Bit of Sunshine”
http://www.seekathleenwrite.com

My story, “A Little Bit of Sunshine” began while I was attending the Solstice MFA Program at Pine Manor College. I was taking a class from the amazing David Yoo about beginnings.  One of our assignments was to write the first sentence of a story. The opening sentence to my piece is what I wrote. Continue reading

SUCKER VOLUME 2 PRESS RELEASE

Volume 2 is HERE!

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Press Release

SECOND VOLUME OF YOUNG ADULT LITERARY ANTHOLOGY  HAS BEEN PUBLISHED  Continue reading

Sucker Volume One! LIVE and in PRINT!

Wanted to share with you all some of the photos I took as I went through the publishing process of the print version of Sucker, volume one. Below is my original thought for the cover. But it looked kind of weird. Continue reading