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We want your stories by May 1. More details HERE. Hello Potential Contributors! Thanks for taking an interest in Dragnet Magazine. Here at Dragnet we, as a rule, believe very few things. Some of these things are: 1) That literary fiction (which is all we publish) should be as fun as it is well made. Although we’re not strictly a humour magazine, as frivolous people we enjoy work with a sense...
Listen to Dragnet Co-Editor Jeremy Read Part of a...
Listen to Dragnet co-editor Jeremy read an excerpt from The Delicious Fields, published by Apt 9 Press, at the launch at Raw Sugar Café in Ottawa last weekend. Edit: Also includes Cameron Anstee’s flattering introduction and Jeremy’s awkward banter.
As we live by the Muses, ‘tis but gratitude in us to encourage poetical...– John Gay, The Beggar’s Opera, Introduction.
Its features seemed suggestions only. It had roughly as much face as a whale...– David Foster Wallace, The Pale King (on a character’s audit group manager’s infant)
I’ll buy you a pack of gum and show you how to chew it.– David Mamet, Glengarry Glen Ross
Peter Travers DEMOLISHES the new Atlas Shrugged... →
David Foster Wallace (Age 7-9) vs. Dragnet...
To make serious business of the playthings of childhood, is as absurd as for a...– Thomas Love Peacock, The Four Ages of Poetry Last one, I promise. Minor romantic period literary figures with office jobs FTW!
Mistaking the prominent novelty for the all-important totality, [they] seem to...– Thomas Love Peacock The Four Ages of Poetry TLP sez: Abandon poetry and do something useful with your lives! Read Nightmare Abbey, it’s really fantastic.
Super sad article about Karen Green and DFW. →