Thanks so much for dropping by. At MacQueen’s Quinterly (aka MacQ), you’ll find a smorgasbord of memorable works of art and literature, in forms and genres like these:
- ⚡ Prose poetry
- ⚡ Flash and micro-fiction
- ⚡ Essays and creative nonfiction
- ⚡ Photographs, drawings, and fine art
- ⚡ Poetry, both free verse and structured
- ⚡ Hybrids: cheribun, haibun, tanka prose, chaiga, haiga, & more
MacQ primarily publishes works that are no longer than a thousand words each (a limit we stretch to 5,000 words for critical essays, interviews, and reviews). Short forms are deceptively difficult to write well, and although they take only a few minutes to read, the best resonate far longer than that. Perhaps for a lifetime. We’re dedicated to publishing such gems—please dive in to see the latest we’ve found for you.
From our founding editor, Clare MacQueen:
My heartfelt thanks (!) to MacQ contributors and readers, lovely folks all. I deeply appreciate your ongoing support of this little journal and your visits here. Please continue to drop by often, and ask your friends, family, and colleagues to do the same. And feel free as well to share links on social media to KYSO Flash, the Quinterly’s “big sister.”
A toast to health and happiness:
May your troubles be few and your blessings be more!