LynnAlexander


Location Northeast, US
Occupation social work
Website http://www.fullofcrow.com
IM (Yahoo) llalexander@ymail.com

About Me

I produce the web and print content for Full Of Crow, Fashion For Collapse, and FOC Press And Distribution. You can find out more about those things on my blog, at my website www.lynn-alexander.com.
I am committed to the independent press community and try to work collaboratively with as many writers and artists as possible with projects. Some of these projects, like the zines, are developed at The Sphere. Please write if you'd like an envelope full of swag! (lynn@fullofcrow.com)
I also developed the OW Community site on ning last year and have recently been able to spend more time there again and will be posting more regularly on the main site as well. On the main site, I have been posting a somewhat weekly column highlighting small press editors and projects. We are also doing the chapbook swap, let me know if you are interested.

We are always looking for fiction, poetry, poets to feature on the Poetry Hour, featured artists, photographers, visual artists, interview and feature subjects, reviews, articles, and zine content contributors. Please feel free to get in touch with me any time and check out some of our calls for submissions at the Full Of Crow Blog. (www.fullofcrow.com/blog)

Right now I am looking for poets who are interested in reading on the FOC Poetry Hour on Blog Talk Radio, Sunday evenings at 10 p.m. EST. Want info? Check out www.fullofcrow.com/audio.
We are also kicking off a bunch of events and readings starting with the Bay Area this summer. If you want to plan a meet up, reading, brunch, whatever- let's talk soon.

Website: www.lynn-alexander.com
Full Of Crow: www.fullofcrow.com
Blink Ink Online/Print: www.blink-ink.com
Fashion For Collapse: www.fashionforcollapse.com
The Sphere Network: www.thesphere.ning.com
Outsider Writers: www.outsiderwriters.org
Blog Talk Radio Poetry Hour: www.blogtalkradio.com/lynnalexander

llalexander@ymail.com ANY TIME!

Thank you for the welcome here at Fictionaut.

Why do you write?

My creativity is fueled by the energy and enthusiasm of other people, the participatory aspect, the sense of community and connection that I feel most when I am working alongside another person. I am driven by the desire to grow, evolve, change, improve.

Any favorite authors? Books?

I really read a wide variety, from beat poetry to snooty English literature. I read everything: books, chaps, digital downloads, blogs, comics, zines, blogs, cookbooks, news, graphic novels, manga, propaganda. I'm open to trades of zines and chaps.

My favorite book is "Pilgrim At Tinker Creek".

LynnAlexander's Wall

Richard Godwin – Dec 06, 2010

Hi Lynn, good to see you here. How's things?

Robert Vaughan – Jun 11, 2010

Hi Lynn, so nice to see you here. Thanks for publishing "Furballs" recently at Blink/Ink. I am sorry to hear that the online version of your magazine is not continuing. I really dug it. If you get a chance please check out my other short pieces on here. Thanks and have a great weekend.

Larry Strattner – Mar 18, 2010

Didn't realize you were here. Thanx for the note. Your "About Me" encouraged me to think about sending you a bad, but acerbic, poem; easily as bad as that other thing I sent. Cheers

Roxane Gay – Mar 17, 2010

Hey Lynn! Indeed, there are many many folks on Fictionaut.

J. Mac – Mar 16, 2010

Hey Lynn! It's been awhile. Good to see you here, girl.

Michael J. Solender – Feb 26, 2010

I think you DID go to Vassar. Maybe you just drove by?

Cynthia Reeser – Feb 17, 2010

Hi Lynn. Thanks for having me as a featured reader on the Full of Crow poetry hour. I enjoy listening to the show, so it was quite an honor to have the floor! Here's wishing you well.

Christian Bell – Feb 17, 2010

Hello!

Michael J. Solender – Feb 17, 2010

A face that launched a thousand ships. great pic, smiley!

H-M Brown – Feb 16, 2010

Good Evening. I am interested in going to Comic Con but I'm at a point where I want to go there to host a panel to promote my work rather than just be a fan going to a con. I've checked out NY Comic Con on how to sign, up but I'm a little skeptical about signing up to run a panel. Especially since I am still in a state of infancy with Arcana Magi and Web Novels are still seen as something of an untested market. NYCC may want to give priority to a House Published Writer and not a Web Novelist.

The only thing I could think of to convinced them to accept me would be 1) acknowledge that Arcana Magi is a Published work on Fictionaut, which I am hesitant to do right now and 2) have testimonials to show that my work is considered published in the eyes of editors to back up my claims that my work is published.

I also need a steady, healthy, and dedicated fanbase that would be willing to see my panel and talk with me. And right now, I have a long way to go to prove my worth as a writer i

Erin Cole – Jan 29, 2010

Just saying HI.

Jason Henry McCormick – Jan 22, 2010

Word up.

Cynthia Reeser – Jan 18, 2010

Welcome to the Prick of the Spindle group, Lynn. Thanks for joining! Feel free to jump in to any discussions, which I will initiate momentarily.

Marc Lowe – Jan 15, 2010

Hello, Lynn. Nice to see you here.

~m

Robb Todd – Jan 13, 2010

HI

Michael J. Solender – Jan 13, 2010

yo now all the cool kids are here

Mel Bosworth – Jan 13, 2010

HEY!

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