"Before you submit to the Furious Gazelle, ask yourself the following about your submission: Does it have a good story? Is it compulsively readable? Are you a living human being who has written some words? If you answered “yes” to any of those questions, we encourage you to submit."
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Simultaneous submissions:
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Previously published:
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Free
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United States
Year founded:
2013
Has Masthead info:
Yes

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We are always accepting submissions to our column, Things That Make Us Furious. We invite you to tell us, in satirical essay, listicle, rant, whatever, as long as it is well-informed words with a biting humor that makes you furious too.

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Examples

'A LITTLE GLINT, A SLASH OF COLOR' by Martina Reisz Newberry

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The apartment is so still just now. It is cool and gray outside. The news speaks of spring, but that seems like a lie as so many things do these gray days. The cats, 8 paws touching, are asleep on our bed. They release everything when they sleep. The city is awake but quiet.
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'Callaloo' by Kira Stevens

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I’m learning how to be mentally present such that I’m more likely to hear random things I don’t know I want to know yet For instance today I found out there is a vegetable named callaloo, and now I know what I want to name my future dog
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'End Times in the Produce Aisle' by Gene Twaronite

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As I reached for the organic cucumber, a woman wearing a polka dot dress over pajama bottoms and bunny slippers grabbed for the same one. With our hands clutching opposite ends of the vegetable as if it meant the difference between survival and a slow wasting death, we locked eyes in a grim battle of foraging supremacy.
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'Diet Coke' by Maya Landers

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My mom is hard to miss. She’s recognizable by her handmade skirts and Birkenstocks, by her playlists that range from Sinead O’Connor to Maroon 5. I can find her at night by the glow of Candy Crush on her phone screen. In grocery stores I track her by her sneeze: explosive, cathartic, followed by a “Whew! Thank you!” to all the people who offer a “bless you.”
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