Introducing Indies Unlimited After Hours Features

You’re up late and you’ve already read all the great daily content on Indies Unlimited. What’s an insomniac to do? Watch another re-run of Seinfeld? Heaven forfend!

Indies Unlimited is here to help. Our new After Hours is a group of features that will run at 11:00 PM Pacific Time on the blog. If you’re not reading one, then write one up and submit it or, better yet, do both.


Story Time

Story Time is an opportunity for writers to showcase their short stories of 1200 words or less. Stories will run with author photo and link to the author’s blog or website. All stories must be appropriate for a PG-13 type audience.

Rhyme or Reason

Guests may submit poetry for this feature. Poems of all types up to 30 lines on any topic appropriate for a PG-13 audience will be considered.  These features will run with a photo of the author and a link to the author’s website or blog.

Airing of Grievances

This is a humor feature (up to 500 words) in which guests place a snarky or witty spin on something that bothers them, in the world of writing or the world at large. Feature will run with a picture of the author and a link to the author’s website or blog.

These features will run 2-3 times per week according to volume of submissions. See the submissions page for details.

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5 thoughts on “Introducing Indies Unlimited After Hours Features”

  1. I gotta ask. Do we have a lot of children in the audience? Do we have any children in the audience? Who exactly is being protected with this IU PG-12 thing? Peace.

    1. Russil, I do not know how many children may be in the reading audience, but we do feature some children's books. I think it reasonable not to create conditions that invite an inappropriate confluence of subject matters. Plus, I don't want to deal with any more porn spam-bots than I already have.

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