Editor’s Notes #183

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Good evening, blog readers! It’s been a few weeks since the last round-up, so we have lots of new posts here on the blog. Our fall reading period has recently closed, and the newest issue of the Jet Fuel Review will be released on December 1st! If you’ve submitted your work, please be patient and you’ll hear back from our editors soon.

In recent weeks, there have been several Jet Fuel Jukebox posts. You can listen to a Carly Rae Jepsen edition, a jukebox from last week, and the most recent jukebox.

In the return of Dan Fiorio’s “Basement Dwelling” series, he reviewed “Atrocity Exhibition” by Danny Brown. In her most recent “Poetic Playlist” posts, Haley Renison discussed Bon Iver’s “Skinny Love” and My Chemical Romance’s “Cancer.”

Michael Lane recently reviewed the video game “Bioshock.” Bree Scott, our Assistant Blog Editor, began a new series called “Bree’s Melancholic Tales.” In her first post, Bree analyzed a song called “Lifeforms” by Daughter. She also interpreted “Mad Girl’s Love Song” by Sylvia Plath and reviewed the film “Midnight Special.”

We have featured some more selections from chapbooks written by Jet Fuel Review editors and volunteers. You can read selections from Jess Jordan’s “Senioritis,” Rachel Steele’s “Plain-Hearted,” and Samantha Gennett’s “Pomegranate.” Be sure to check out these stellar selections of writing.

Of course, we’ve also had some further “Meet the Editors” posts on the blog. Check out these posts to learn about Assistant Poetry and Assistant Marketing and Development Editor Amanda Gieseler and Assistant Managing Editor Zakiya Cowan.

Stay tuned for more blog posts!

— Jet Fuel Blog Editor, Mary Egan

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