Editor’s Notes #186

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Hello, blog readers! I hope you’ve been having a great month so far, and that you’re getting excited for the holidays. First things first — Issue #12 of the Jet Fuel Review is now available for you to peruse. As always, we’ve got some great poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and art from amazing authors and artists. You can read the new issue on the Jet Fuel website, or you can download an eBook version of the issue. Check it out if you have some free time over the holidays!

Now let’s take a look at some recent posts here on the blog. Firstly, Michael and Jake have been hard at work on several Jet Fuel Jukebox posts. A few weeks back, a regular playlist was posted. More recently, they have created playlists of their top 20 worst songs of 2016, as well as their 50 best songs of 2016. Be sure to check out the highs and lows of music that came out this year.

If you’re looking for even more music posts, Jake and Michael also wrote about their top 10 albums of 2016. In addition, Dan Fiorio wrote about his top 25 albums of the year. You can read all about those in part one and part two of his post. Michael Lane also wrote a review of “Bleed for This.”

We’ve also had several special features posted to the blog in recent weeks. First, you can see some amazing photography and art in our Artists’ Portfolio posts. At the end of last month, we profiled Mervyn John, a photographer, and Alex Turner, a painter, who are both talented artists attending Lewis University. Be sure to check out these posts!

Finally, Michael Lane posted an interview with Chicago-based musician and artist Damon Locks. And we posted our last “Meet the Editors” post, and this one featured Keanu Taylor, the Assistant Communications Manager and Assistant Web Designer for the Jet Fuel Review. 

I hope you enjoy all of these posts, and I hope you have a wonderful holiday season!

— Jet Fuel Blog Editor, Mary Egan

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