Josh Wilson, a journalist and editor in San Francisco, started The Fabulist in 2007 as a home for fantastical fiction and art of all sorts. The site reflects a certain omnivorous appetite for far-out stories that disregards genre, and instead breaks fiction down as “fables, yarns and tales.”
By doing so, The Fab hopes to disrupt audience expectations and open up new terrain for the literature of the fantastic.
Join us June 12 at Studio 333 in Sausalito when WTAW features Bay Area readers published in The Fabulist for a weird, wild, and wonderful night.
WHY THERE ARE WORDS
Features the Fabulist
Studio 333, Sausalito.
Why There Are Words is the brainchild of Peg Alford Pursell. Interns Kim Marcellino & Hal King make us all very happy!