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Letter from the Editor: Issue 1, Mood Swings

“Be daring, be different, be impractical, be anything that will assert integrity of purpose and imaginative vision against the play-it-safers, the creatures of the commonplace, the slaves of the ordinary.” 1,080 more words

Call For Submissions


Twyckenham Notes is an online journal that publishes solicited and unsolicited poetry. We are now accepting submissions for our inaugural issue.

TN is based out of South Bend, Indiana. 242 more words


Batwoman Begins Again

Batwoman (Volume 2) #1
Written by Marguerite Bennett and James Tynion IV
Art by Steve Epting

Batwoman’s new solo series debuts with my favorit writer James Tynion IV as co-writer so I was excited to read this.

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Issue No. 2: Call for Submissions

Moonrise is officially getting a second issue!

Since sitting down to write my first editor’s letter and sending Issue No. 1 to the printers, I’ve mailed out over 50 copies and received so much love, support, and ideas from so many of you. 197 more words


Issue No. I: Letter from the Editor

This year, I began a new ritual. I read Joan Didion’s book of essays, Slouching Towards Bethlehem and I began keeping a notebook. The idea, she wrote, was that one uninspiring morning, we will “simply open notebook and there it will all be, a forgotten account with accumulated interest, paid passage back to the world out there.” 393 more words


The Spirit #1: Breathing New Life into Old Noir

The cover of Francesco Francavilla’s says it all, “A Mystery Tale”, and that’s exactly what is established in the first chapter of The Corpse-Maker. The story opens with a seemingly unspectacular death in Central City on a dreary night. 371 more words

Hulk #1: Sensational, Incredible, Adjectiveless...?


Since crashing onto the Marvel scene in February of 1980, Jennifer Walters has  carried a lot of descriptors. She’s been savage, sensational, and always the She-. 811 more words

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