The Fall 2011 issue of Printer’s Devil Review is here and free to download from our site.
Our second issue features an interview with writer, ﬁlmmaker, and performing artist Miranda July, as well as work from emerging and established poets. Stories in this issue range from the big city to the backwoods–a lesbian private dick follows the trail of a killer into the sapphic underground of 1950s New York; a motherless girl in rural Appalachia sets her sights on the bookish neighbor boy. Also in this issue: Resa Blatman’s shaped canvases, teaming with color and critters; and dark, rhythmically illuminated photographs by Brandon James.
If you have a Nook reader, you can buy the ebook now (for $1) from the Barnes & Noble store. Look for the ebook edition soon in the Amazon Kindle store and Apple’s iBookstore. In the next few days, we’ll also be releasing a print-on-demand version to be sold at cost and distributed through Lulu.com.
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