Fourth lit mag taking shape

Several aois21 Creatives will be taking part in next edition

With submissions officially closing this Thursday night, we decided to give you a first look at the some of the works already submitted and accepted for inclusion. Specifically, it is this submissions by aois21 Creatives.
The magazine was originally created as a way for aois21 Creatives to share work from upcoming or tangental projects with the same wide audience their main works enjoy. Over the years, we have been fortunate to include many guest contributors as well. The full list of guest contributors will be announce in three weeks. For now, we like to spotlight the new work by our own authors.
Submissions have been high for both short stories and poetry. In those sections, they will be lead off by two of our Creatives, James D. King and Michael B. Judkins, respectfully. We will also be including an excerpt from HIVE: Battle at the Dog Star in the excerpt section.
In the essay section, aois21 Publisher Keith F. Shovlin, whose three books make up the foundation of our catalog, will be including a new essay. This essay will be the first taste of a nonfiction book Keith is currently writing about his experiences. We will also have new photographs from aois21 Chief of Creative Relations Adam Wallick, who was featured onlast year's cover.
There is still time left to get your submissions in! We are especially on the lookout for essays, photography, art, and any audio or video content. Visit for more information!