“If a writer is interested in becoming involved in the editorial/production/design side of the small press world, then a writer should become involved. There are endless opportunities and ways to be involved. I think what a writer might find is that a little involvement leads to lots of opportunities for involvement. There is nothing to stop involvement. Offer to help someone or help some people or help something; or begin your own something and learn how to ask for help.”–Emily Pettit, author of Goat in the Snow, from this week’s feature. Also, we feature the latest from the likes of: The Baltimore Review! The Destroyer! MacAdam/Cage Publishing!
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