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Spilling Ink Review – “The Last Dignified Transaction”

“The Last Dignified Transaction” is about the rewards inherent in being a university teaching assistant, and then going on to work as a waiter… and then having to serve your former students.  As for dignity, well, I think I’ve got some left.  This publication originates in Glasgow, so hooray for me because I’m oversea (and by the way, I hell of want to visit Glasgow).

Spilling Ink Review is a  quarterly e-journal. They’re a troupe of professional writers and readers that shares a passion for the written word as well as compassion for new and established writers looking for an innovative platform. Their aim is to create an environment where the unexpected can thrive, where the serious and the humorous can sit comfortably side-by-side, and where we can celebrate both the process and the product of creative writing.

Update:  I regrettably must report that Spilling Ink Review is now defunct.  The magazine is permanently closed, and their website URL is available for purchase.

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