Looking for short fiction (up to 3000 words or so), touching base at a convenience store in some way. This round we're also accepting submissions involving public transport, deemed by many good sources a comparable source of gritty surrealism. Memoir is also encouraged.

As do so many periodicals, we recommend that you pick up a copy of our work to familiarize yourself with the aesthetic. Here are a couple of ways you might do that with little or no investment on your part: 

--You can get a  look at Barnaby Hazen's original collection HERE

--For a discount on Volume 1, please use this code for purchase through Smashwords, with an author's discount of more than 50%:  JV93A. (Just click on the link below and type the code in at the checkout screen).

 Seven Eleven Stories: Volume 1

Questions? CONTACT: Barnaby Hazen--editor@sevenelevenstories.com

NON-AUTHORS: Submit an occurrence you witnessed or experienced at a 7-Eleven or other convenience store and if chosen, one of our authors will compose it for you for inclusion in Volume 2. Use this form: