Fourteen Hills Vol. 17 No. 1 #2020

Fourteen Hills Vol. 17 No. 1 By Hollie Hardy Fourteen Hills Vol No Magazine Poetry Fiction Literary Nonfiction Art Issue of FOURTEEN HILLS features an interview with Adam Johnson by Fernando J Pujals and contains poetry by Lisa Badner Jason Bayani Karina Bor
  • Title: Fourteen Hills Vol. 17 No. 1
  • Author: Hollie Hardy
  • ISBN: 9781889292502
  • Page: 275
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fourteen Hills Vol. 17 No. 1 By Hollie Hardy
    Fourteen Hills Vol. 17 No. 1 By Hollie Hardy Magazine Poetry Fiction Literary Nonfiction Art Issue 17.1 of FOURTEEN HILLS features an interview with Adam Johnson, by Fernando J Pujals, and contains poetry by Lisa Badner, Jason Bayani, Karina Borowicz, Maxine Chernoff, Renee Emerson, Noah Gershman, Jenny Hanning, Peter Harris, Jane Hilberry, Myron Michael, Charlotte Pence, Alice Pero, Jennifer Reimer, Ann RobinsMagazine Poetry Fiction Literary Nonfiction Art Issue 17.1 of FOURTEEN HILLS features an interview with Adam Johnson, by Fernando J Pujals, and contains poetry by Lisa Badner, Jason Bayani, Karina Borowicz, Maxine Chernoff, Renee Emerson, Noah Gershman, Jenny Hanning, Peter Harris, Jane Hilberry, Myron Michael, Charlotte Pence, Alice Pero, Jennifer Reimer, Ann Robinson, Elizabeth Robinson, Michael Schiavo, and Dawn Tefft fiction by Jacob M Appel, Matthew S Baker, Michael Reid Busk, Jackie Corley, Steve Ellerhoff, Adam Johnson, James O Brien, and Molly Prentiss nonfiction by KC Eib, Stephen Elliott, Kasper Hauser, and Dan Moreau and art by Dena Schuckit, Damon Soule, and Jon Stich.
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    • I had never heard of Fourteen Hills and wasn t really expecting much But, overall, I was pleasantly surprised The stories were hit or miss, but that s to be expected of even the best literary magazines Larpers and Sancho s World were a waste of space, but Saluting the Magpie was well worth the time Fine Creature, a novel excerpt, was endearing, but didn t exactly leave me salivating for Adam Johnson s novel excerpt, on the other hand, had me wishing for a lenghtier excerpt Bunnyman and the two [...]


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