The June issue the online issue Everyday Genius is in print. We super recommend you pick up a copy, and not just because I have a story in it (previewed on the site today) or because we get a nice nod in Adam’s note:
This is the first time we’ve gone to print, though. The decision was mostly inspired by Hobart's Lucky 13 issue. It’s so beautiful, the writing so well mixed. I wanted to give it a try.
Really, like just about everything EG/PG/Adam Robinson-related, it’s great. (via Everyday Genius)
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Megan McShea’s collection of poetry and experimental fiction, A Mountain City of Toad Splendor, is out next week, but you have a chance to win a free copy just by reblogging this post! THREE winners will each receive one copy of the book. Winners will be contacted and announced by the release date for the book, Tuesday, March 19th.
McShea seems to have studied at the Harvard for Ooh.
—Blake Butler, HTMLGiant editor and author of Ever
McShea is one of the only writers I know whose dreams I remember as if they were my own. She makes intricate languagescapes out of the theater of daily emotion.
—Lucy Corin, author of The Entire Predicament
OMG, this looks amazing.
Very excited to have the proof for John Woods’s comic book, Activities. It looks incredible. I think we’ve been working on this book for two years, which makes it especially rewarding/hard to believe.
Also I thought maybe it would be a cool introduction for people who don’t know too much about PGP but just found out about it during the Kickstarter.
So here goes 1900 words.
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