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May, 2016

 

Delays once again, but this issue was definitely worth the wait. As always, Poetry, CNF, and Fiction are full of the best words from the most talented authors writing today. It is a privilege for us to be able to make these pieces available to you, our valued readers.

 

In exciting news, this month we're bringing you an interview with Chet Weise, Editor of Third Man Books. If you aren't reading TMB titles, you are missing something special. Not only do they publish some truly compelling and important material, they have the right attitude and ethics about it. The literary world needs more of what they've got.

 

So, get reading!

 

Our next big goal is to get this thing published ON TIME each month. Wish us luck.

 

Don't forget to send your submissions to submit@downdirtyword.com after checking out the guidelinesĀ of course.

 

And, as always, hit us up on Twitter @LegendaryLitMag and Facebook to tell us what you think, make requests, and get the latest news and updates.

 

- Your Editors

 

 

March, 2016

 

It's been a long time coming, but we're back with a shiny new look. Don't worry, we remain committed to the same mission. We're here to publish the most razor sharp, raw and real Poetry, Fiction, CNF, and NOW Interviews and Reviews, anywhere on the Internet.

 

This issue gets right back to the meaty goodness of words. It's a big one, so you better start reading now. Thirteen poets, thirteen stories, and of course some truth bombs. Also, this month we bring you reviews of both music and fiction.

 

Yeah, we do music now!

 

We hope you enjoy the new look and new words as much as we do.

Don't forget to send your submissions to submit@downdirtyword.com after checking out the guidelines of course.

 

And, as always, hit us up on Twitter and Facebook to tell us what you think, make requests, and get the latest news and updates.

 

It feels good to be back!

 

- Your Editors

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