Wednesday, October 26, 2011
fwd; The Puritan's Sequel to Summer!]
The Puritan has added supplemental new work so jaw-droppingly awesome that if we'd tried to fit it in last season, the whole thing would have burst at the seams. By visiting the CURRENT ISSUE section of the site, you will see three new pieces. Check out Eric Sasson's wonderful short story "Getting There" as well as an in-depth interview with Trevor Cole by The Puritan's own Spencer Gordon. Finally, Jesse Eckerlin follows up his Zach Wells interview with a great review of Jon Paul Fiorentino's Indexical Elegies from Coach House Books.
On top of all this wonderful new material, The Puritan reveals its newest wonder. Our humble journal now offers you, its eager readers, the chance to weigh in on the magazine's content as well as literature at large ...
Our blog, THE TOWN CRYER is now up and running. It's the perfect place to find out what past and present Puritan contributors are up to, and it's also a great venue to voice your compliments, queries, criticism, and concerns about all things Puritanical. It's easy to find; look for it on the main logo anywhere on the site. Read what our editors and dedicated team of bloggers have been posting, and please feel free to comment yourselves. Literature is a collective enterprise. The next contributor to the CanLit collective could (should) be you!
Thanks again for your continued support.
Lots of love,
Tyler, Spencer, Andrew