Check Out io9 Today: Best of Philippine Speculative Fiction

One of self’s favorite bookmarked sites, i09, has today, in addition to reviews of “Lost:  The Finale”, which self saw last night (Geez, she watched for three hours, including the pre-amble, of course!), a feature on

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Drunkenboat Call for Submissions: First Peoples, Plural

Drunken Boat is now accepting submissions for its “First Peoples, Plural” folio, to debut in Issue # 13, this winter.  They will be considering poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, essays, visual art, sound art, video art, and web art by indigenous people worldwide.  Their goal is to present “a wide scope of work from a wide scope of people.  Works might explore native identity and aesthetic (and their evolution), family, spirituality, passing, othering, exoticism, and the media.

Deadline for submissions:   Oct. 15, 2010

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