Thanks again to everyone who submitted to this season’s issue of the Jet Fuel Review. Now that the submission period is closed, we hope to let you know our decisions soon. For now, though, let’s take a look at what was featured in this week’s line-up of blog posts. As always, we had some great posts from our very talented authors.
This week began with a Writing Advice post that highlighted the enjoyment of writing, a rule from Rookie magazine. The Discussion post this week covered literary settings that we’d like to be real. The Poem from Slate this week was Garden Apartment, Taube by Sarah Holland-Batt.
In his Bibliophilia column this week, Lucas talked about The Phantom Tollbooth, the book that made him into a reader. Christine’s Movie Macabre this week covered female murderers in horror films. In her Book Nook, Meg reviewed The Walking Dead: Book 3 by Robert Kirkman this week. Mark’s Awesome Word for this week was sagacity. And Liz’s News of the Books talked about the recipient of this year’s Nobel Prize for literature.
As always, thanks for sticking around and reading what we have to offer on the blog here. Stay tuned for more and for our upcoming fall issue!
— Jet Fuel Blog Editor, Mary Egan