Hello, blog readers! I hope your November has been a pleasant one. Before we look back on some recent posts here on the blog, I want to remind you all that the Jet Fuel Review‘s 12th issue will be released on December 1st. This latest issue will be celebrated at an event at Lewis University, the institution that supports this journal. If you are a student, please consider coming to the launch event!
We’ve had several great review posts go up on the blog. These include Michael Lane’s review of “Arrival,” Bree Scott’s review of “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World,” and Sam Gennett’s review of “Searching for Sugar Man.” In addition, Haley Renison analyzed “Thank God for Girls.”
Here on the blog, we featured several perspectives on the film “City of God.” First, two Lewis University students — Reno Stramaglia, a senior biology major, and Donatas Ruzys, a senior working towards a Bachelors of Science in Biology — reviewed the film. Then, managing editor Sam Gennett reviewed the film as well.
If you missed any of these posts, I encourage you to look back at them now. And be sure to check out the Jet Fuel Review‘s 12th issue this Thursday, December 1st.
— Jet Fuel Blog Editor, Mary Egan