14 October 2010

Speaking of magazines...

Little Red Leaves, one of my very favorite online journals, just uploaded its 5th issue.

This from the editors:

We are excited to announce the official launch of **Little Red Leaves Issue 5** -- our biggest issue yet with over 30 new poets, extended project features from Carmen Giménez Smith and Robin Tremblay-McGaw, an interview with Brenda Ilijima by Thomas Fink, a gorgeous selection from the Paros Translation Symposium as well as 5 new e-editions.

===Please check it out at: http://littleredleaves.com/LRL5/5home.html ===

Included in the issue:

Special Feature from the **Paros Translation Symposium** edited and introduced by Joseph Mosconi. With Susan Gevirtz, Angelos Parthenis, Steve Dickison, John Sakkis, Demosthenes Agrafiotis, Eleni Stecopoulos, Katerina Iliopoulou, Liana Sakelliou, Mairi Alexopoulou, Maria Laina, Phoebe Giannisi, Siarita Kouka, Socrates Kabouropoulos, Thanasis Maskaleris,and Vassilis Manoussakis.

New Work By: Hugo García Manríquez, Stan Apps, Valerie Coulton & Ed Smallfield, Amina Cain, Carolyn Guinzio, Roberto Tejada, Jimmy Lo, Justin Audia, Travis Macdonald, Tasha Marren, Cindy Savett, Kelli Stevens Kane, Aby Kaupang, Carrie Hunter, Amanda Ackerman, Judith Goldman, Jared Shickling, Brad Vogler, Matthew Cooperman, Beverly Dahlen, Karen Hannah, Arkava Das, Christine Kanownik, Laura Wetherington, Burt Kimmelman, Nathalie Knight, William Allegrezza, Meg Barboza, Adam Fagin, and Matt McBride.

Project Features: Carmen Giménez Smith. Selections from Goodbye Flicker; Robin Tremblay-McGaw, Selections from THE MELMOTH LETTER

Thomas Fink Interviews Brenda Ilijima

++Plus 5 New e-editions++ http://littleredleaves.com/ebooks/index.html

Sarah Campbell's Everything We Could Ask For, Brian Mornar's Three American Letters, Mathew Timmons' Sound Noise, Gloria Frym's Any Time Soon, Eléna Rivera's Remembrance of Things Plastic.

With many thanks to all our readers and everyone included!!

Ash Smith, CJ Martin, Julia Drescher, and Chad Heltzel

LRL5 Editors

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