Review | New England Review Vol 37 Iss 3 | Fall 2016

First published on 30 October 2016 at The Review Review.

Many thanks to Editor Becky Tuch at The Review Review, as well as TRR‘s reviews editor, Matt Broderick for this opportunity.  To jump to the review, click here!

Hee hee you can say hello to my nephew Rusty in the cover photo.  Hello gud duggie! such a cute pupper!!!

Meanwhile, back at the journal, I have to say, it took some time to work my way through this outstanding issue of New England Review. It might be one of the tightest markets for submissions, but wow! What a read.

Most of my review copy pages look like this:

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Lots of hearts, lots of outstanding phrases and expressions, dynamic translations.  Congratulations to editor Carolyn Kuebler and the New England Review for setting such a high standard.

As a matter of fact, as a writer of lit fiction, I have a new “white whale” I’m gunning for as I continue to work at the craft.  I hope you enjoy my review.  Hop over via this link.

And thank you for stopping by my blog.  I appreciate your company. :o)

 

 

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