Imagine yourself tucked in a cabin far from the noise of everyday life. In this cozy, wood-beamed den, we gather close as fireplace logs blaze against the blizzard just beyond the paneled walls. Rapt, we listen to Uncle Larry spin a yarn of other days, about people we don’t know—wonder at the truth within these tales.
Put yourself firmly within the oral tradition of storytelling for this issue of moonShine review. Turn up the volume on your auditory sense, and really hear—not just what is said but how it’s said.
Just released, our latest issue of moonShine review contains a wonderful—and unusual—assortment of stories and photos for your enjoyment. And, to celebrate the holidays, we’re offering a special discount of $11.00 all in (includes tax & shipping). Click HERE to order through PayPal today!
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We’re pleased to announce the release of moonShine review contributor Richard Allen Taylor’s latest book of poetry. Armed and Luminous offers an enigmatic and cohesive tale centered around the question, “what if angels…” Taylor entices us to expel our preconceived notions regarding angels—and some of the bigger questions of life. As always, Richard charms us with his innate talent for capturing the personal, intimate details while conveying universal messages.
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September 15th is the deadline for submissions to the fall issue of moonShine review! We accept all creative prose—fiction and nonfiction—and one photographer is featured in every issue. Please read our full guidelines via the following link: https://moonshinereview.wordpress.com/main/.
volume 12, issue 1, spring/summer 2016
This issue is the perfect companion as you head off to the pool or park yourself in the shade for some juicy tales!
Authors: Kimberlyn Blum-Hyclak,
Steve Cushman, Angela Belcher Epps,
DJ Gaskin, Claire Iannini, Charles Israel, Jr., Gary V. Powell, Katelin Rice, Stephen R. Roberts, Bob Strother, Jubal Tiner, Leigh Ward-Smith, and Elizabeth B. Watson
Photographer: DJ Gaskin
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