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Literary Hub Partnership

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Today Lit Hub features an excerpt from our own Honey from the Lion by Matthew Neill Null. And we’re excited to continue working with Lit Hub to grow and publicize their mission to serve literary culture on the web. Amen!

At Length features Honey from the Lion excerpt

An excerpt from Honey from the Lion is up over at the fantastic At Length, a venue for work that is “open to possibilities shorter forms preclude.”

After reading the excerpt, spend some time with their other features. We’re especially fond of this quiz series, which asks writers and artists to answer questions pulled from contemporary poems. They ask What is more distracting than clouds? and they get answers.