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Friday, August 18, 2006

Put `em in Stiches!

(Courtesy of WVWriters 2nd VP Terry McNemar)

Stitches, the Journal of Medical Humour, is looking for short humor pieces. Stitches is almost entirely freelance-written so they welcome contributions. Naturally, articles with a medical slant are of particular interest, but they also run a lot of material that isn’t medical. The only real criterion is that it must be funny. They’ve used stories as short as 20 words and as long as 3,000, but definitely prefer shorter pieces (brevity being the soul of wit), so anything over 1,000 or so words would have to be exceptionally good to be accepted. Stitches does not assign articles based on queries — much of the humour in a funny article is in the writing, so send the finished product to decide if it is suitable.

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