I loved this publication so much! My Review of this publication also received a very nice note from the magazine editor.
Susan Brumesiter-Brown, one of the editors of Glimmer Train: “Oh, Katy, this reviewer really understands Glimmer Train. Gabe Herron’s story may have brought tears to her eyes, but her review did the same with me. Please pass along my gratitude.”
I look forward to seeing more of these magazines in the future!
My second review of 2017 was of Epoch, a publication from Cornell University. It contains short stories, poems, and a beautiful story detailing the life of a family friend during the 60s.
This is my review of the Winter 2016-17 issue of Camas, an issue dedicated to the country and the beauty of America.
To start off the year, I reviewed the Fall 2016 issue of American Short Fiction. This was a great collection of short stories – definitely a good read for anyone who likes short, interesting stories about life.
I had the privilege of writing a literary magazine review for Issue 44 of the Paterson Literary Review recently that was published on December 15, 2016, by New Pages.
It was a lot of fun, and the magazine itself was huge, with so many great stories, poems, and other documents!
Last month, I was able to review the Southern Humanities Review literary magazine, which showcased the 2015 Auburn Witness Poetry contest. This was a great issue, and I can’t wait to read more!