Brevity’s Bright and Sunny Summer 2010 Issue

May 3, 2010 § 1 Comment


We’ve launched a truly outstanding Summer 2010 issue, featuring twelve beautiful concise essays from Fleda Brown, Steven Church, Aimee Nezhukumatathil, Sarah J. Lin, John Calderazzo, Marcia Aldrich, Melissa Ballard, Erin Murphy, Danny Goodman, Lisa Groen Braner, Diane Seuss, and Jenny Spinner.

In our Craft Section, Drema Hall Berkheimer visits those moments when the muse seemingly has better things to do, and Sharon DeBartolo Carmack outlines the ways a writer can put proper flesh onto the bones of ancestral stories.

Also Book Reviews from Michelle Wittle, Kelly Ferguson, Patty Wetli, and J. Luise, and stunning photographs from Ryan Rodgers.

Come visit.

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§ One Response to Brevity’s Bright and Sunny Summer 2010 Issue

  • Tumblewords says:

    Outstanding is a tiny description when applied to this Issue. Each essay is powerful, profound and poignant. I don’t remember being touched by so many in such a short time. Exquisite!!

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