The traditional screenplay form itself is fascinating, and the format is the key to it all. If the prescribed font is used, and the correct margins observed (as I have done in the layout to this book), it translates to one minute of screen time per page.
For those not in the know, The Next Big Thing is an internet meme for writers to talk about their works-in-progress. Chris Kelso shares his upcoming short story collections, speaks a little about his influences, and makes the bold claim that he’s the first bizarro writer in Scotland (if not Britain). Our editor disagrees, but what do you think?
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If you and your pals are still youngish enough to tout yourselves as being in a state of psychosexual flux, there’s a whole rigmarole of complex depravity you’ll want to engage in. These are disorienting sorts of extravagances, such as, for example, certain advanced forms of the game of “chicken.”
On 3rd November Nikki Guerlain found out she was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. She offers Imperial Youth Review her story ‘Sick Ticket’ as a glimpse into the sublime grotesqueries of her work.
Blair Dingwall is an Aberdonian photo-journalist of misanthropic sensibilities. Check out his work at Imperial Youth Review
Read an exquisite new poem by author Douglas Thompson, whose new novel Mechagnosis is out now from Dog Horn Publishing. Read on for details of his book launch and how to claim your 30% discount off the book before Monday 26th November.
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