I didn't get to the -- surely a gala celebration -- Margaret Randall reading last night, but she has some new books coming out -- of writing! (I will check -- photography, too?)
We're so proud to send you Issue Three of SOL: English Writing in Mexico. This issue marks the first year of this quarterly on-line literary magazine. To read it, click on the link below. Here's what we've got in store for you--a chapter from the just-out Teresa Nicholas's Buryin' Daddy: Putting My Lebanese, Catholic, Southern Baptist Childhood to Rest; Aaron Clark's short story examining when a chicken is indeed a chicken; Wayne Greenhaw with a surrealisic encounter---as well as poets James Cervantes, Molly Frisk, and Margaret Randall. And more, and more, and more.
While you're at it, take a look at past issues featuring Tony Cohan, C.M. Mayo, Bill Pearlman, Joseph Dispenza, and many other frine writers.
We hope you'll enjoy our magazine, and sign up for a complementary subscription, so you won't miss any of SOL.
SOL: English Writing in Mexico
Sol Literary Magazine: http://solliterarymagazine.com/