If you’re looking for something good to read or listen to, here are some suggestions!
K.L. Browne wrote about the podcast A Phone Call from Paul over at Entropy: http://entropymag.org/podcast-philia-a-phone-call-from-paul-with-paul-holdengraber/.
Susan Ishmael wrote a beautiful essay about religion at Parabola: https://parabola.org/2017/01/31/the-turn-of-the-dial-seeking-god-in-the-fringes-by-susan-ishmael/?utm_content=buffer49356&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer. Be careful reading if you’re afraid of snakes.
Kate Jayroe has a new story in Juked: http://www.juked.com/2017/02/kate-jayroe-woonwinkel.asp.
Gail Tyson has a beautiful new poem in the February issue of Art Ascent, which is a really cool journal worth exploring: http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/1229904.
There’s a wonderful interview with Barrett Warner over at Tethered By Letters: https://tetheredbyletters.com/author-qa-barrett-warner/.
The always funny Corina Zappia writes about 50 Shades Darker and “asinine dating choices” online at Salon: http://www.salon.com/2017/02/20/50-shades-of-regret-a-cautionary-tale-about-online-dating-and-the-movies/.
And the Best of the Net awards have been announced! Congrats to Cassie Pruyn for making the list with her poem, “Traveler’s Monologue,” originally published in Border Crossing. And congrats to Adam Clay who’s on the list with his poem, “When the People We Know Become the People We Don’t,” originally published at Jet Fuel Review. You can see the whole list here: http://www.sundresspublications.com/bestof/.
Finally, check out this story about how Danny Judge faced some pretty incredible difficulties while creating of The Indianola Review: http://m.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/feb/18/iowa-man-creates-literary-journal-while-supporting/.