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The Winter Issue of Gently Read Literature

GRL Winter 2014


Here is the Winter 2014 issue of Gently Read Literature, which includes my review of the latest from Luanne Rice, The Lemon Orchard.  http://gentlyread.wordpress.com/2014/01/01/gently-read-literature-winter-2014/


Gently Read Literature, Fall 2013

This is an excellent journal. It was fun to do a couple of book reviews for them of short story collections.

Gently Read Literature

The Fall 2013 issue of Gently Read Literature is available now. Take a look at the contents listed below and if this sounds like a good line up to you, you should probably subscribe.

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(Critic, Author, Work)

4—Caroline Crew: On Male Privilege, The Exorcist, & Women Writers Who Won’t Step Down

7—Sophfronia Scott: The Making of a Classic, Review of Pamela Erens The Virgins

14—Alyssa Jocson: Forever Quirky and Fantastically Flawed and Ridiculous, Review of Madeline McDonnell Penny, n.

16—Jaime Boler: Think Twice Before Opening Boxes, Review of Norah Labiner Let the Dark Flower Blossom

20—Suzanne Hard:…

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