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The Debut of Make

The new Chicago-based literary journal Make gets a strong review of its debut issue at NewPages.com.

Make’s blend of fiction, essay, poetry, artwork and interviews reminded me of The Sun. Except Make is grittier, hungrier and Chicago enough to accept advertising.

I haven't had a chance to read Make, as I have yet to procure a copy. Working on it...

October 3, 2005 in Books | Permalink