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    October 23, 2009



    I couldn't agree more. I've been reading Annalemma 5 this week and its just so rare to see a full color literary magazine. The only other one that comes to mind is Canteen (also fantastic). Anyway, this is a great issue. I'll be blogging about it next week some time.

    Richard Thomas

    Roxane you said everything that I was going to say. And what you didn't, Dan did. This was a fantastic issue, and the design is amazing. I'm glad you said Canteen. Vain is another really nice one as well. A really solid issue (I just bought all the back issues) and I look forward to more work from them. Just sent them a story, in fact. We'll see.



    I just today finally started digging into this and it picks up right where the previous issue left off. Which is to say the journal is so freaking beautiful I almost expect the stories to not be able to live up or to be less than or something but, damn, they are some of my fave stories I've read recently. I remember issue 4 being one of the *very* few issues of a lit journal that I actually read (and enjoyed) all the way through, and I've just dug into this one but BJ's story, "Line of Scrimmage" was something I can already see myself forcibly recommending to others for a while...

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