As some of you who follow the chief editor on Facebook or Twitter may already know, Yesteryear Fiction is in trouble.
Despite the fact that it has provided nearly a year and a half of quality fiction to a large and diverse readership, averaging 3-10,000 visits per day, there are virtually zero submissions to the magazine itself. This is a problem. It's like expecting a tractor to plow field after field without any fuel.
Without your help to spread the word about Yesteryear Fiction, the magazine will die. I'm not asking for money, but if you know any writers (or if you yourself are a writer) please consider sending us a submission. It doesn't have to be long (we prefer shorter works anyway!) and it gives us an extra day to keep the doors open.