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Susquehanna Review

The Susquehanna Review is one of the more unique websites for a literary magazine. The layout and font choice are a great choice for the website. 82 more words



STYLUS has a very unique style throughout and gives a refreshing feeling from all of the WordPress and other hosting sites that are used. The images across the website also feel as if they are the same, but from different artists. 129 more words


The Mercury

Gettysburg College’s The Mercury is an interesting website. The Mercury is another literary magazine that has been around since before the internet was a thought. I have noticed many websites that house information on what can be classified as ancient material always looks and feels out of date. 130 more words



Drexel University’s literary magazine Maya has a simplistic website hosted by WordPress. The design itself looks as if it was implanted onto a template without much customization in mind. 135 more words


FCNI Releases Inaugural Issue of Old Northwest Review

The Fly Came Near It is proud to announce that the inaugural issue of our literary journal, Old Northwest Review, is now available! 163 more words

Arts & Literature

It's the Final Countdown!

That’s right, folks. We’ve just entered the very last week to get in your submissions for the inaugural edition of World Unknown Review, my yearly literary publication to feature all sorts of really great stories and forge forward into the publishing world. 431 more words


The Time Traveler's Wife, Book Review | An Excerpt, Draft One

There haven’t been many books that broke my heart; not many who shattered it into pieces, anyway. 75 more words