Wednesday, March 25, 2009

NewPages reviews 9L has posted a very nice review of our current issue, Vol. 5, No. 2.

Reviewer, Sima Rabinowitz, writes, "Ninth Letter is part literary journal, part coffee-table book – the kind of coffee-table book you go back to again and again, admiring the gorgeous artwork and spectacularly designed pages each time with the same sense of awe, surprise, and delight."

The review praises Katori Hall’s “Oreo Girl: The Miscegenation of Miss Emma Brown,” The Music Feature, Naton Leslie's essay "Listening to Johnny Cash," as well as poems by Christopher Dwerse and Ryo Yamaguch.

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