Dear Writers, Publishers, Editors, and Friends,
Celebrations! Issue 13: Spring 2011 of The Puritan has arrived on your Internet doorstep. Head on over to the site to check our current issue -- www.puritan-magazine.com.
There you'll find new fiction by Nancy Jo Cullen and Su Croll ...
New poetry by Stephen Brockwell, John Barton, Suzannah Showler, Jaime Forsythe, Rich Ives, Heather Davidson, Kristen Orser, and from a student still in high school (a first for The Puritan!), Tabitha Sayegh ...
And make sure you check out E Martin Nolan's in depth interview with Ken Babstock, his accompanying review of Babstock's latest collection, Methodist Hatchet, and Andrew MacDonald's short conversation with 2011 Commonwealth Prize winner for Best First Book, Katrina Barton Best.
Help us spread the word about the journal by posting the link to your profile, chatting it up on Twitter, and exploring the nooks and crannies of our website. It means the world to us!
And finally, we're always looking for work to fill our next edition -- Issue 14: Summer 2011. Send us original fiction, poetry, interviews, reviews, and essays by July 1st. Just follow our easy-to-navigate submissions manager on our website to do so. Generous bounties will reward your published writing!
Thanks again for your readership, and thank you sincerely to all who submitted work.
The Puritan Editorial Team
The Puritan: Frontiers of New English
Toronto, Ontario, Canada