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Eclectica Magazine

Eclectica Magazine
Editor Tom Dooley
Categories Literary magazine
Frequency Quarterly
Format Online
Year founded 1996
Country United States
Language English
Website .org.eclecticawww

Eclectica Magazine is one of the oldest surviving online literary publications.[1] Founded in 1996 by Chris Lott and Tom Dooley, Eclectica's extensive and growing archives features poetry, fiction, nonfiction, miscellany, travel, opinion, and reviews by hundreds of authors from around the world.[1] Dooley, the remaining founder/editor, published a "Best Fiction" anthology in 2003, which was recognized by the IPPY awards as a runner up in the short fiction category for that year.[2] Most recently, Eclectica took top honors in storySouth's Million Writers Award in 2004.[3]

Eclectica has published stories by nominees for the Pulitzer Prize (Teresa White),[4] the Nebula Award (Mary Soon Lee)[5] and the Pushcart Prize.

Current and past editors of Eclectica include Chris Lott, Julie King, Mitchel Metz, Kevin McGowin, Paul Sampson, Michael Spice, Elizabeth Glixman, John Reinhard, Jennifer Finstrom, Pamela Gemin, and Colleen Mondor. Regular contributors include Stanley Jenkins, C.E. Chaffin, Thomas Hubschman, Don Mager, and Ann Skea.[6]

At least as of 5 December 2014, Eclectica Magazine requires a $2.00 processing fee for submitting content.[7]

See also


  1. ^ a b Eclectica Magazine Interview -
  2. ^ 2004 IPPY Awards
  3. ^ storySouth Million Writers Award 2004
  4. ^ Oct/Nov 2007 Contributor's Notes
  5. ^ Vol. 1, No. 5
  6. ^ About the editors
  7. ^ Their submission guidelines

External links

  • Eclectica's website
  • Eclectica Magazine Interview -
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