Often I hear it said that the only people who read literary magazines are other writers. There might be some truth to that, but it doesn’t have to be that way. In a time where many newspapers and magazines are still not giving women their equitable due, sometimes it pays to look off the beaten path for new voices. Read More Lit Mags I Have Known: A Short Guide
Because I really enjoyed the first volume of The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories, I looked forward to reading the second installment. Though it is a bit longer this time around, I found that I liked it, but perhaps not as much as I thought I would.
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