Online Literary Magazine Review -
Quite Curious Literature

Name: Quite Curious Literature
Address: Orlando, Fl
Phone: 7275012388

Frequency: Quarterly
Print Version: N
Simultaneous Submissions Accepted: Y
Dates Submissions are Accepted: All Year
Average Response Time: Around a Month

Payments Given: N
Contests Run: N

Brand spanking new with a unique and delicious theme. First Issue coming in Spring 2011!

Quite Curious Literature is just that, quite curious. And we, here, prefer it to become curiouser and curiouser. In the words of Lewis Carroll, if we had a world of our own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is, because everything would be what it isnít. And Contrary wise, what is, it wouldnít be. And what it wouldnít be, it would. You see? Quite Curious Literature is a quarterly electronic literary magazine that bursting at the seams with imagination, alive with vivacity, and screaming like a teakettle to be gone with the doldrums.


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