TNQ's summer issue is at the printers
The summer issue is in the hands of St. Jacobs Printery, and I can't wait to get my hands on it! There is plenty to look forward to.
- We launch our newest occasional feature, "Day Jobs," in which we take a look at the haphazard careers of writers trying to make ends meet. Elisabeth de Mariaffi tells us about her adventures as a flight attendant, and shares with us her newest story, "Super Carniceria."
- We Fall In Love With Poetry with Patricia Young, who is reminded of a poem as her house burns down. She also introduces us to a new poetry form with 4 new gigans.
- In our latest edition of "Magazine As Muse," Andrew Hood tells us about the "man crushes" of his youth, found in the pages of Tiger Beat.
- There is plenty of groundbreaking new fiction and poetry, as always, including stories from collections-in-progress by Andrew Tibbetts (involving transvestites and family squabbles) and Catriona Wright (about dancing dogs and the persuit, at all costs, to create a viral video).