Visions of Things to Come

I’ve been quiet for the past couple of weeks dealing with work and thinking what DFP’s next move or rather what direction it shall take and while things haven’t been fully formulated nor edited yet, I’d like to present with visions of a few things to come within the next several months…

First off, I’m proud to announce that Dumpster Fire Press will be featured on THE SOCIAL YET DISTANCED podcast hosted by Fran Lock and Jack Varnell…expect not only a socially distanced experience but a socially awkward one as well as we discuss DFP from its frenetic origins, what it’s doing or where it may even be along with all sorts of oddball tangents more than likely instigated by me…

VOICES FROM THE FIRE is finally going to be launched starting January 3rd. The rolling blog/e-zine from DFP featuring ONE POET, ONE ARTIST and ONE WRITER each week later to be collected into a tangible anthology at the end of the year.

Submissions: 12 pt. Times New Roman

No more than four poems,

Flash fiction is welcome

Short stories no more than twenty pages

Artists, fuck man…I’m new at this send whatever just no dead rodents stapled to cardboard sent to my house.

can you guess what I might be doing?

By the end of next week expect DFP’s first 2021 release… STRANDS OF STRUGGLE the highly sympathetic, sometimes jarring yet uplifting poetry collection from Brenda Christie…

While Dumpster Fire Press is not an aggressive publisher and plans on releasing one title a month along with quarterly anthologies that doesn’t mean there won’t be any surprise bonus releases or anything…

and further entice like a pusher making a fetal junkie aware of its latent addiction to junk I present some images from projects in development all through the spring of 2021…

Published by Mike Zone

Mike Zone is the former Editor in Chief of Dumpster Fire Press and managing editor of Concrete Mist Press. The author of Screaming in the End: Poems and Stories, Fuck You: A Fucking Poetry Chap, Shedding Dark Places (almost), One Hell of a Muse , as well as coauthor of The Grind and Razorville. A frequent contributor to Alien Buddha Press and Mad Swirl. His work has been featured in: A Thin Slice of Anxiety, Black Shamrock Magazine, Horror Sleaze Trash, Better Than Starbucks, Piker Press, Punk Noir Magazine, Synchronized Chaos, and Cult Culture magazine.

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