Here’s a sneak peek of what’s inside the October 2016 issue of Literary Arts Review Magazine:
— “The Writer’s Life”, an essay on the true nature of a writer’s life by H.A. Callum.
— “Threads of Connection: Researching and Writing Historical Fiction” by Alyssa Colton, PhD
— “Are Indie Authors Really Independent?”, on how no writer is an island, by columnist Allen Taylor
— “The Golden Age of Literary Magazines and Victorian Serial Publishing”, an essay by Paul Whittle
— An Interpretation of Eliot’s “Prufrock”, an examination of T. S. Eliot’s masterpiece, “The Love-Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” by Lenny Cavallaro, D.M.A.
— “The Humbling Process of Author Self-Promotion” by columnist Melissa Grunow
— A cartoon on the back page, and more!
The Literary Arts Review Magazine can be found here: https://literary-arts-review.myshopify.com/