April 18, 2017

F(r)iction, an imprint of Tethered by Letters, does not disappoint with its sixth issue.  As spectacularly conceived as the writing and artwork which adorns its pages, this little lit mag is fresh and vibrant, and certainly not your traditional literary journal.  Issue six boasts not only a bevy of artfully crafted short fiction and poetry, it hold...

April 7, 2017

Now, I know what you’re thinking. You’re saying, “Jeremy, why is Sonder, a magazine of fiction and nonfiction, posting about a chapbook of poetry?” Well, I counter with this: Heart Float is impossible not to post about. Chrissy Montelli hails from the same Creative Writing program that produced Elena and me. I have been reading her poetry for sever...

April 1, 2017

Anne Valente’s debut collection of short fiction, By Light We Knew Our Names, is a true triumph.  This astonishing, freshly voiced collection, formed of thirteen delicately conceived and devastatingly well-crafted stories, clings to the skin, takes up residence in the hollow of your bones.  Valente’s stories rip your heart out before handing it gen...

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