Hi there, blog readers! I hope you’ve all been having a wonderful summer so far. Everyone here at the Jet Fuel Review blog has been enjoying some time off. However, even though we’re on a summer schedule, there have still been plenty of posts here recently! Let’s take a look back at those recent posts.
As always, we’ve been featuring plenty of poetry here on the blog. Recently featured poems include The World Turned by Jay Rogoff, Happiness by Andrea Cohen, Scrapbook by Kim Addonizio, Most Mornings by Sawnie Morris, and Semblance: Screens by Liz Waldner.
Several weeks ago, a new episode of the Infinite Canvas podcast went up. And there have been several new installments of the Jet Fuel Jukebox. If you’re looking for some summer tunes, you’ve come to the right place!
In addition to their Jukebox posts, Michael and Jake have been summing up the year so far in terms of music. They wrote about their top 30 songs of 2016 so far as well as their top 5 albums of the year so far. Be sure to check out both of these posts!
A little while ago, Haley Renison’s final “Poetic Playlist” of the semester went up on the blog. She discussed “Girls Like You” by The Naked and Famous.
I hope you’ve enjoyed our content over the past few weeks. We’ll have more to come as the summer continues!
— Jet Fuel Blog Editor, Mary Egan