Super exciting news! Scaffolding Magazine is in print now! You can buy a hardcopy on Blurb.com today! Scaffolding is a literary and art magazine that strives to publishing diverse and unique voices. We match visual artists and writers to create a unique reader experience. We also feature editorials about diversity, social issues, popular culture etc. […]

November 17, 1986. Commercial Flight Air Japan enroute Paris-Tokyo Over the Alaskan Air Space 20:15 Hrs “Anchorage, do you read me?” Sh-sh-sh “Yes, Japan 1628. Loud and clear.” Sh-sh-sh “Anchorage, eh… do we have traffic intersecting our trajectory?” Sh-sh-sh Click click “Ah… Negative…” Sh-sh-sh. “Anchorage, we have a visual on a… perhaps an aircraft carrier.” […]

We thank everyone who submitted material to the first issue of the Scaffolding magazine. Currently the submissions to the first issue, scheduled for December 2016, are closed, however we are accepting submissions to the next issue, scheduled for March 2017. The deadline is January 5, 2017. To submit, use the submission page. Regarding the status […]

The Mars Run had a lasting impression on me. It is an imaginative and incredibly well written debut novel. When I finished the novel, I decided to find out more about the writer. Chris, thank you for finding time for an interview. So, let’s get right to it! E.M.: First of all, Chris, tell us […]

Special attention to the book reviewers!  If you have read and reviewed recent (defined loosely) novels that blew  your socks off and you are really passionate about them, you can publish a review in the Scaffolding magazine! Send your proposals to the email EllieMaloneyFiction@gmail.com with the links or attachments of your reviews. Note: the review […]

We continue accepting submissions for the short stories, photography and illustrations! The deadline for the first issue is August 25, 2016 (if you need a day or two extra – let us know!), after which period we are accepting submissions for the subsequent issues. Scaffolding is a quarterly periodical geared toward indie authors and visual […]

Viola van de Sandt’s favorite novels are those from the nineteenth and early-twentieth century. Some of her most cherished literature pieces are: The House of Mirth, by Edith Wharton; If nobody speaks of remarkable things, by Jon McGregor; Close to the Knives, by David Wojnarowicz; Bleak House and David Copperfield, by Charles Dickens; the Inspector […]