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We Would Like To Have a Newsletter

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We Would Like To Have a Newsletter

A short time ago, we added a newsletter subscription option to the bottom of the website. We have yet to send anything out, but we're really looking forward to organizing an occasional email newsletter that will act as a digest of recent work published to the site, along with any relevant news and announcements

The newsletter will be brief and serve more as an easy way to find our contributors' fantastic writing and artwork. 

We're also hoping that the newsletter will in any way assist with making The Wild Hunt more widely known. We launched earlier this year, and have been more than thrilled with the reception we've received. We are always honored the moment we receive a new submission and hear from the excellent contributors--past and upcoming--whose work we've published.

The occasional newsletter will also serve as a venue to announce any good fortune or new publications from our contributors. We try to promote hard on this blog and Twitter. For example, Gwendolyn Kiste won an award for her story we republished and Christopher DeWan's debut story collection was released

Your privacy is respected and we will not share your email address. It will only be used in our confidential newsletter list (you, of course, will always have the option to unsubscribe or change your preferences at any time). 

So, with all that said, please consider signing up for our occasional newsletter. Here is the easy subscription form. 

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This Week's Art: Fairy Tales & Dancing at Sunset

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This Week's Art: Fairy Tales & Dancing at Sunset

This week saw the publication of a new original fairy tale from Rebecca Hurst: The Alchemist's Daughter

Even though we've been publishing steadily since our first story in March of this year, we haven't yet paired any fiction pieces with original artwork submitted directly to The Wild Hunt. Artist Alexi Francis sent us her online portfolio a few months ago, but we've been waiting for the perfect story to pair with her illustration.

Alexi's art finds inspiration in nature, mythology, and fairy tales. Her colors are bold and subjects remind us of fantastical places and folklore creatures we adore. 

Read The Alchemist's Daughter by Rebecca Hurst and check out Alexi Francis' website and portfolio.

The Wild Hunt magazine pairs texts with visual artwork. If you would like your work to be paired with a piece, please submit your online portfolio. If you're interested in creating an original piece for an already accepted text, we are also more than happy to consider this.

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